Brighton predicted lineup vs West Ham - Premier League

Craig Vickers
Potter on the touchline
Potter on the touchline / OLI SCARFF/GettyImages

Brighton will be keen to cap off another impressive campaign in the Premier League as they entertain West Ham at the Amex Stadium.

The Seagulls are currently nestled inside the top half of the table heading into the final matchday, and they only require a point to seal a higher finish than their old foes Crystal Palace.

In doing so, they could also spoil West Ham's chances of Europa League qualification, with the Hammers requiring a victory and results to fall for them elsewhere.

Nevertheless, here's how the Seagulls could line up.

Brighton predicted lineup vs West Ham (3-4-2-1)

Moises Caicedo, Yves Bissouma
Brighton hope to leapfrog Palace / Mike Hewitt/GettyImages

Robert Sanchez (GK) - His position has been questioned this season, but he has responded with a string of solid displays in recent weeks.

Joel Veltman (RCB) - Likely to make his 33rd Premier League start this season, which highlights his importance under Potter.

Lewis Dunk (CB) - Mr. Dependable for the Seagulls, providing vital leadership qualities in defence.

Marc Cucurella (LCB) - Enjoyed a memorable debut season in the Premier League, scooping the Player of the Year award at Brighton.

Solly March (RWB) - Offers tremendous stamina in his wing-back role, which perhaps explains why often he's selected instead of Tariq Lamptey.

Moises Caicedo (CM) - Made his long-awaited debut in the win over Arsenal last month and has been one of Brighton's strongest performers since.

Yves Bissouma (CM) - The Seagulls have a fight on their hands to retain his services in the upcoming transfer window.

Leandro Trossard (LWB) - Brighton's stand out player of the season alongside Cucurella, providing memorable performances against Arsenal and Man Utd in recent months.

Pascal Gross (RAM) - Has operated in just about every position for the Seagulls this season, underlining his variety of qualities.

Alexis Mac Allister (LAM) - A really intelligent player, although Potter will be keen to add more assists to his game.

Danny Welbeck (ST) - Injury has interrupted his campaign, but he netted with a cute dink against Leeds last weekend.