Brighton vs Derby County

Brighton vs Derby County : Solly March is Brighton’s only major injury doubt for the FA Cup fifth-round tie at home to Derby on Saturday (kick-off 12.30pm).The winger will be assessed on the ankle problem which forced him off in last Saturday’s Premier League defeat to Burnley.Albion boss Chris Hughton revealed a few unnamed players are suffering with knocks.

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England – FA Cup
Brighton vs Derby County live
Date : Saturday, February 16
Start Time : 7:30 AM ET
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Winger Jose Izquierdo, who has not featured since early December, is back in training following a knee problem and could feature, but forward Florin Andoneisuspended.Brighton defender Dan Burn believes Saturday’s FA Cup tie against Derby County is the perfect opportunity for fringe players to impress Chris Hughton Jack Marriott could return for Derby after missing the last four games with illness and injury.

The forward was unwell for the FA Cup fourth-round victory over Accrington before an ankle problem sidelined him.Martin Olsson (knee) has been out since last May while fellow left-back Craig Forsyth (knee) is also out for the season.Defender Curtis Davies’ campaign ended in November when he ruptured his Achilles against Stoke.

Brighton are unbeaten in five meetings with Derby in all competitions (W2 D3), with their last meeting ending in a 3-0 victory in the Championship in March 2017.
This is just the third time Derby and Brighton have been drawn against each other in the FA Cup – the Rams won 10-1 over two legs in the fifth round in February 1946, before the Seagulls won 3-1 in round three in January 1961.
Brighton have only reached the FA Cup quarter-finals on three previous occasions, doing so in 1982-83, 1985-86 and 2017-18.

Derby are looking to reach the FA Cup quarter-final for the first time since 1998-99, losing at this stage four times since.
All five of Derby’s FA Cup goals this season have come in the second half of games, with the last three coming in the final 15 minutes.
Over the last two seasons, Brighton’s Glenn Murray has scored four goals in five FA Cup appearances, despite starting none of these games and playing a total of just 67 minutes.