Albion boss Oscar Garcia has urged his play-off chasers to make amends for their worst away performance of the season.
The Seagulls were well below-par when they were beaten 2-0 at Ipswich in September.
They have lost only six times in 26 matches since then and have the chance to cement their challenge against Ipswich at the Amex today after taking ten points from the last 12 available.
Oscar said: "We started slowly there. After their second goal we started to play as we wanted to but it was too late and we couldn't take our chances.
"Maybe it was our poorest game away. We want to start better and make up for that result."
Albion have a favourable run-in, including games against four of the bottom seven, but Wigan's midweek draw at home to Yeovil and QPR's defeat at next Tuesday's hosts Sheffield Wednesday was another reminder of the unpredictability of the Championship.
Oscar said: "We need to be prepared because all the opponents are tough. We have tough games, it doesn't matter who it is against. We have to be at 100%."
Albion's home game against Charlton on April 12 will kick-off at 3.07pm, along with the rest of the English programme over the pre-Easter weekend, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster.