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Team News: Vicente and Bridge miss out

Team News: Vicente and Bridge miss out

Gus Poyet makes two changes to the side that edged past Burnley, as Wayne Bridge and Vicente miss out with minor knocks.

Inigo Calderon deputises at left-back, whilst Will Buckley, who notched a match-winning in the reverse fixture, comes in for Vicente. In turn, David Lopez will most likely occupy a more central attacking midfield position in behind Leo Ulloa, who leads the line.

Andrea Orlandi lines up on the left, with Dean Hammond and Gary Dicker holding once again in Liam Bridcutt's absence. Gordon Greer is again named on the bench, as Matt Upson and Adam El-Abd continue at the back, whilst youngster Jake Forster Caskey also takes a place amongst the subs.

Confirmed line-ups:

Brighton & Hove Albion: Kuszczak; Bruno, El-Abd, Upson, Calderon; Hammond, David, Dicker; Buckley, Ulloa, Orlandi.

Subs: Ankergren (GK), Greer, Dunk, Forster-Caskey, LuaLua, Barnes, Mackail-Smith.

Huddersfield Town: Smithies; Dixon, Clarke, Gerrard, Hunt; Danns, Clayton, Gobern; Scannell, Robinson, Vaughan.

Subs: Bennett (GK), Norwood, Novak, Wallace, Arfield, Lee, Lynch.



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Writer:EditorBHA
Date:Saturday March 2 2013
Time: 2:17PM

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