The Seagulls' starting line-up: Ryan, Lamptey, Dunk, Webster, Burn, Bissouma, Mooy, Propper, Connolly, Maupay, Trossard.
And of course, there's nine men on the bench.
Brighton travel to Norwich knowing a win will effectively allow them to plan for another season of Premier League football.
The Seagulls were looking over their shoulder before coronavirus but positive results against Arsenal and Leicester, along with the collapse in form of their relegation rivals – including today’s opponents – have seen them move six points clear of the drop.
Norwich however, are in the opposite situation, having lost all four of their matches across all competitions since the restart and failing to score a single Premier League goal.
They sit firmly bottom of the table, seven points from safety and simply must win to have any realistic chance of survival.
Further incentive for the Canaries comes in the fact that their next two matches are against fellow strugglers Watford and West Ham in the coming week.
But it remains to be seen how Norwich will react to some bizarre comments from their manager Daniel Farke, who revealed he could have moved to a different club earlier this season for an “easier life”.
Farke commented: “If I am honest before the season and during the season I turned several offers down.
“I could have made my life easier with more money and the chance to spend more money (in the market) and fighting on a different level.
“There was other approaches and possibilities.
“My feeling it was totally the right decision to help this club because I have too much love for this club and for these people. We need to stick to the plan.”
When the two sides last met in November, goals from Leandro Trossard and Shane Duffy saw Brighton run out comfortable winners at the Amex Stadium.