Albion talking point: Would you make changes for the FA Cup tie?

The Argus: Keith Andrews and Ashley Barnes were among the subs today Keith Andrews and Ashley Barnes were among the subs today

Albion staged a late show at The Amex today – at the end of three energy-sapping games in a week.

They found the stamina to score an 89th-minute equaliser against well-organised Bournemouth and should arguably have added a stoppage-time winner.

There will now be a ten-day break from league action.

But how would you use the FA Cup tie against Reading on Saturday?

Would you stick to a first choice line-up?

Or are there changes you would like to see, be it to keep players fresh, give others a chance to shine or just to experiment tactically?

The Seagulls have a proud recent in the FA Cup in recent seasons and another big crowd could be at The Amex expecting to be entertained.

But Oscar Garcia’s squad has been stretched by events over the past week.

So what would you do?

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8:41pm Wed 1 Jan 14

Old Scrote of the Amex says...

Hello everyone and happy new year! Hope you all had a great Christmas despite the dropped points :-)

I would give a few players a rest and allow others some game time. I would play Dunk instead of Upson, give the poor guy's old bones a much needed rest. I'd like to give Orlandi some decent game time, if he is up to it. Maybe let Chicksen start a game. I hear he was quite useful against Blackpool. I'd certainly start with Agustien too. I'd love to see what this chap could do given a run in the line-up.
Hello everyone and happy new year! Hope you all had a great Christmas despite the dropped points :-) I would give a few players a rest and allow others some game time. I would play Dunk instead of Upson, give the poor guy's old bones a much needed rest. I'd like to give Orlandi some decent game time, if he is up to it. Maybe let Chicksen start a game. I hear he was quite useful against Blackpool. I'd certainly start with Agustien too. I'd love to see what this chap could do given a run in the line-up. Old Scrote of the Amex

9:44pm Wed 1 Jan 14

brightonfan34 says...

i would play the strongest team possible as reading are a dangerous team and unpredictable
i would play the strongest team possible as reading are a dangerous team and unpredictable brightonfan34

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