Diego Arismendi and Glenn Murray are banned for Brighton's final game of the season against Yeovil.
On-loan Stoke midfielder Arismendi starts a three-match suspension after his red card at MK Dons last week and striker Murray is two games into a four-match ban.
Goalkeeper Michel Kuipers (broken finger), defenders Colin Hawkins (Achilles) and Inigo Calderon (hip) and on-loan Newcastle winger Kazenga LuaLua (hamstring) are still sidelined.
Liam Dickinson and Jim McNulty are back from loan spells with Peterborough and Scunthorpe and are in contention but Adam Virgo and Dean Cox are unlikely to be involved after being told their contracts will not be renewed in the summer.
Young defender Lewis Dunk should keep his place after an impressive debut against the Dons while schoolboy midfielder Jake Caskey - the stepson of Albion striker Nicky Forster, who is currently on loan at Charlton - is pushing for his first appearance.
Yeovil are sweating on the fitness of forward Gavin Tomlin.
Tomlin (groin) was replaced before half-time in the 3-0 home win over Oldham which assured the club`s League One status for another term last Saturday although he is determined to be fit.
On-loan Bristol City midfielder Gavin Williams, who scored twice last week and has now hit five goals in seven games, is also an injury concern.
Williams has still not fully recovered from an ankle injury that he carried into last Saturday's crucial win.
If both players are ruled out then Dean Bowditch is set to start as the lone striker as target man Sam Williams (knee) is still sidelined.
The Glovers are again set to be without on-loan Swansea midfielder Shaun MacDonald (groin).
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