Oscar Garcia looks set to have the same players available for selection at the weekend as he did on Tuesday against Barnsley.
However the Spaniard confirmed they will see how a few of the players respond after training, including Leonardo Ulloa (foot) and Andrea Orlandi (knock).
He told seagulls.co.uk, “Some of them are closer but we have to wait until the end of today’s training session before we know who will be available for selection.
“Will Buckley’s return brought us something different and some pace up front. Players like he and Kazenga (LuaLua) give us different options plus (Liam) Bridcutt will improve every game he plays. He came back from a long injury and he just needs minutes.”
Meanwhile there will be a minute’s applause ahead of matches this weekend to celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela, who died yesterday at the age of 95.
Football League Chief Executive Shaun Harvey said: “Nelson Mandela was an inspiration to millions and his determination, courage and forgiveness marked him out as a truly great man. We are delighted to give clubs and their supporters the opportunity to pay their own tributes to Nelson Mandela and recognise his extraordinary legacy.”