Albion will look to build on Roberto De Zerbi’s first win as head coach when they take on Wolves at Molineux on Saturday, kick-off 3pm.
A 4-1 trouncing of Chelsea made it a first victory in six for De Zerbi, who are eighth in the Premier League table, with 18 points.
Albion have taken points in half of their away games so far this season, winning twice and drawing once in their six matches on the road.
Wolves have had a difficult start to the new season and are second bottom with two wins so far this season.
Bruno Lage departed after eight games, with former Northwich Victoria and Crewe Alexandra boss Steve Davis taking over on an interim basis.
Wolves are without strikers Raul Jimenez (hip) and Diego Costa (suspended), while Albion welcome Danny Welbeck back into the fold.
Roberto De Zerbi said, “Danny Welbeck is good, I don’t know if he starts because the team that started against Chelsea did well.
"Joel Veltman could be ready to play, we still have to decide whether he's ready."
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Following their 3-0 win in this fixture last season, Brighton are looking to win consecutive away league games against Wolves for the first time since winning on their first six visits to Molineux between 1979 and 1991.
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Ruben Neves has been an ever present for Wolves since he arrived at Molineux in 2017. He played a vital role in their promotion from the Championship that yea and the Portugal international has gone on to become one of the best central midfielders in the Premier League.
Wolves have lost just one of their last seven Premier League games against Brighton (W2 D4), though it was in this exact fixture in April last season (0-3).
Following their 3-0 win in this exact fixture last season, Brighton are looking to win consecutive away league games against Wolves for the first time since winning their first six visits to Molineux between 1979 and 1991.
Wolves have won just two of their last 20 Premier League games (D6 L12), having won three of their four before this. They've not scored more than once in any of their last 16 league games (9 goals in total).
As well as being the Premier League's lowest scorers this season (6), Wolves have the lowest shot conversion rate (3.8%) and the biggest negative difference between goals and expected goals (-7.6 – six goals from an xG of 13.6).
Albion beat Chelsea 4-1 last time out, their first victory under manager Roberto De Zerbi. They've already won two Premier League games by 3+ goals this season – they've never had three such wins in a single campaign.
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Albion have scored at least four goals in two of their last seven Premier League games, beating Leicester 5-2 and Chelsea 4-1. The Seagulls had only netted 4+ goals in two of their first 195 games in the competition.
Only Nottingham Forest (6) and Brentford (4) have conceded more goals following a high turnover than Wolves (3) in the Premier League this season. Meanwhile, Brighton have had more shots following a high turnover than any other side (25).
Albion have benefitted from a league-high three own goals so far this season but have also conceded more own goals than any other Premier League side (3). They're the first side to both benefit from and concede 3+ own goals in a single campaign since Stoke City in 2016-17.
Brighton's Leandro Trossard has scored more goals following a ball carry than any other player in the Premier League this season (3), with only Marcus Rashford and Wilfried Zaha (14) having more such shots than the Belgian (13).
Brighton pair Danny Welbeck (25) and Solly March (24) are the two players to have had the most shots without scoring so far in the Premier League this season. By contrast, Leandro Trossard has scored with 21% of his attempts (7/34), with only Erling Haaland (36%) and Ivan Toney (23%) having a higher conversion rate among players with at least 30 attempts.
Referee: Graham Scott.
Assistants: Adrian Holmes, Mark Scholes.
Fourth official: Sunny Sukhvir Gill.
VAR: John Brooks.
Assistant VAR: Darren Cann.