It's rarely easy predicting Graham Potter's starting XI but here we have a go anyway.
Obviously. Excellent against Chelsea last week and has proved a consistent performer for Brighton since his arrival from Valencia.
Settled in well to the team. At fault at Chelsea for their first goal but overall has performed at a high level since his 20m arrival from Bristol City.
No place in the England squad but the club captain has performed extremely well for Brighton this season. Dunk and Harry Kane will be a fascinating match-up this Saturday.
Played each Premier League match so far this season. A real success story and established himself as a PL player after last season on loan at Wigan.
The Spaniard looks comfortable in the right wing back and will likely keep his place for the match against Spurs.
Started each match in the Premier League this campaign. Not at his best against Chelsea...but who was?
Surprisingly missed last week's match against Chelsea. Graham Potter insists it's a minor problem and the Dutchman will be assessed this week. Missed him at Stamford Bridge and Albion will need him for Spurs.
Fit again after a hamstring problem. I think March's experience will see him get the nod over Alzate for this one.
Two goals to his name so far this season. He lacked support and service against Chelsea but will hope a few chances fall his way at the Amex.
Missed Newcastle and was introduced as a late sub at Chelsea. Could start this one against spurs in a central role with energy of Maupay and Connolly alongside him.
Would love to see Connolly get a start alongside Murray and Maupay. His pace and eagerness to get in behind could trouble a Spurs defence still dizzy from their 7-2 loss against against Bayern.