BRIGHTON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 26:  Jurgen Locadia of Brighton & Hove Albion celebrates after scoring his team's first goal during the Premier League match between Brighton & Hove Albion and Arsenal FC at American Express Community Stadium on December 26, 2018 in Brighton, United Kingdom.  (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Picking the Best Potential Brighton Lineup to Face West Ham in the Premier League on Wednesday

Brighton are set to get 2019 underway with a trip to West Ham on Wednesday evening.


The Seagull's have been in decent form of late and they come into this one off the back of a hard-fought win at home to Everton on Saturday.


Here's a look at how Brighton could line up for their clash against West Ham on Wednesday.

1. Goalkeeper & Defenders

David Button (GK) - Mat Ryan is on international duty with Australia, providing Button with a run in the team.


Martin Montoya (RB) - The Spaniard is the certified first-choice right-back ahead of Bruno and Ezequiel Schelotto.


Lewis Dunk (CB) - Dunk served a suspension against Arsenal and returned to the side to face Everton on Saturday.


Shane Duffy (CB) - Duffy is set to continue his solid partnership with Dunk in central defence.


Bernardo Fernandes da Silva (LB) - The Brazilian has gradually adjusted to life in the Premier League and looks to be a very solid left-back.

2. Midfielders

Solly March (RM) - March has picked up five assists in the league this season, which is the most of any Brighton player.


Pascal Gross (CM) - Gross may be given the license to drift into a more advanced position in the midfield, depending on how the game is going.


Dale Stephens (CM) - Stephens will sit just in front of the defence to provide an extra layer of protection.


Davy Propper (CM) - If he is fully fit, there is no doubting that Propper will find a spot in the Brighton midfield.


Jurgen Locadia (LM) - Seemingly out of nowhere, Locadia has found his shooting boots, scoring in both of his last two appearances.

3. Forward

Glenn Murray (ST) - Florin Andone started against Everton, but Murray is in line for a return to the starting XI against West Ham after being rested. The veteran striker is on a five game run without scoring, so he'll be desperate to bring that to a swift end.