LIAM ROSENIOR could make his long-awaited return from a medial knee injury in Brighton’s top-of-the-table clash at leaders Hull tomorrow evening.
Rosenior, who has been out since November, is back in the Albion squad for the Championship match at his former side.
James Wilson is also set to return for the trip, after missing out on the 3-2 win against Bolton with a slight groin injury.
Another long-term absentee, left-back Gaetan Bong, trained with the squad on Sunday and again this morning but will not be ready in time for tomorrow’s clash.
Skipper Gordon Greer is still missing but is also nearing a return to action.
Albion boss Chris Hughton said: “Liam will be back in the squad, which will be a big plus for us. He’s been out for quite sometime and we will be pleased to welcome him back.
“James will train again today, it was a very minimal injury that kept him out of the squad on Saturday and we are hoping he is available for Hull.
“Gordon will not be involved at Hull but, again, he is very close, Gaetan trained yesterday and will train again today, so, at the minute, we are okay.”
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