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Andrews could make quick return for Albion
Keith Andrews has delivered an injury boost for Albion by revealing his absence could be limited to just one match.
The on-loan midfielder from Bolton Wanderers sat out Saturday's 2-0 win against Burnley at The Amex with a tight hamstring.
His non-participation was precautionary and he could be back in contention for Millwall's visit this Saturday.
Andrews was at the Sussex FA's headquarters in Culver Road, Lancing, this afternoon to watch the under 21's beat Ipswich 3-1.
Captain and centre-half Lewis Dunk galloped forward to give Albion a 34th minute lead with a half-volley on the counter-attack.
Brighton-born former Chelsea midfielder Jesse Starkey doubled the lead six minutes later following good work by George Barker.
Albion's interval advantage was due reward for their domination but they were slack for a period after the break.
They were punished after 54 minutes, Paul Taylor reducing Ipswich's arrears with a penalty conceded by Dunk for a clumsy challenge on David October.
Dunk's partner Glen Rea restored the two-goal cushion in the 76th minute with a towering header from Brennan Dickenson's corner.
Albion's youngsters have now won both games under new coach Simon Ireland after opening with a win at Swansea last week.
Albion (4-1-2-3): Walton; Hunt (Barry 73), Rea, Dunk, Chicksen; Richards; Asmundsson, Starkey; Dickenson, Barker, Goodwin. Subs not used: Colquhoun, Harris, Muitt, Horncastle.
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