The seventh match of Gameweek 36 takes place this evening as Brighton and Hove Albion face Newcastle United.
Kick-off at the Amex Stadium is at 17:30 BST.
Chris Hughton has made four changes to the side that took on Spurs in midweek, with Glenn Murray handed a recall up front.
Florin Andone doesn’t drop to the bench, however – the Romanian striker is joined by Murray and winger Jose Izquierdo in a front three.
Murray, Izquierdo, veteran right-back Bruno and central midfielder Beram Kayal come into Hughton’s starting XI, with Martin Montoya, Yves Bissouma, Jurgen Locadia and Alireza Jahanbakhsh making way.
Solly March is among the substitutes, while Anthony Knockaert only makes the bench despite a return from a three-game ban.
Rafael Benitez has made two enforced changes, with Miguel Almiron and Jamaal Lascelles unavailable through injury and illness respectively.
Christian Atsu and Federico Fernandez are the men to replace the sidelined pair, while Jonjo Shelvey is handed a rare start in midfield at the expense of Ki Sung-yueng.
A win would almost certainly secure Brighton’s Premier League safety as it would take them six points clear of Cardiff City with two games to play.
The Seagulls currently have a superior goal difference than the Bluebirds to the tune of 14 goals.
Hughton’s side have not scored in seven league and cup games, however, and are without a Premier League victory since Gameweek 29.
Newcastle have won their last two top-flight games, with Ayoze Perez scoring all four goals in that brace of victories.
Brighton and Hove Albion XI: Ryan, Bruno, Duffy, Dunk, Bernardo, Gross, Stephens, Kayal, Andone, Murray, Izquierdo.
Subs: Bong, Bissouma, Locadia, Knockaert, March, Button, Burn.
Newcastle United XI: Dubravka, Manquillo, Schar, Fernandez, Dummett, Ritchie, Perez, Shelvey, Hayden, Atsu, Rondon.
Subs: Ki, Diame, Muto, Kenedy, Yedlin, Barreca, Darlow.