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10 April 2017

Albion's under-23s play their penultimate match of the season tonight.

Brighton & Hove Albion’s under-23s take on Stoke City in their final home game of the Premier League 2 (Division 2) season at the Amex tonight, kick-off 7pm.

First-team players Niki Maenpaa and Vegard Forren are both expected to gain valuable game time tonight, in what will be the under-23s' penultimate league fixture of the season, ahead of the trip to Norwich City in a fortnight.

Albion were narrowly beaten 1-0 by league leaders Swansea City in the Premier League Cup last time out, but overcame Middlesbrough on their last visit to the Amex, as they came out on top in an entertaining 4-2 victory.

A brilliant long-range strike from Solly March secured a share of the spoils when Albion travelled to the Bet365 Stadium in October, after Dominic Telford opened the scoring from the penalty spot.

The Potters are currently 11th in the league, one point above bottom-placed Norwich City, and are unbeaten in their previous six league games.

Tickets for this evening’s game are priced at £5 for adults, £2 for concessions (over-65s and under-16s) and season-ticket holders can gain free entry to the match, but all tickets must be booked in advance.

You can secure your seat now at, via the Albion Booking Line and in person at the ticket office.

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