Yeovil skipper Jamie McAllister wants to enjoy another great awayday before his side slip out of the Championship.
The experienced left-back says there have been good times on the road, including the 1-1 draw at Leicester recently, as he prepared to take on Albion at the Amex.
Former Seagulls striker Chris Wood was credited with the goal which rescued a 1-1 draw for the would-be champions that night.
But it looked like a header from goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel might have bounced behind the line before the Kiwi struck.
Joe Ralls' opening goal against the Foxes offers Albion a warning as to what the highly-rated midfielder on loan from Cardiff City can do at free-kicks.
McAllister has enjoyed the Glovers’ season in the second tier.
He said: “A lot of games stand out but I think the game at home against Forest, when we beat them 3-1. We were quality on the day.
“Going away to Leicester and getting a point, away to Wigan and getting a point - teams who are up there.
“We’ve been so close in so many games but just come up short.”
He warned Albion: “We’ve been in this position all season, going away to teams like this who are challenging and just expect to beat us.
“But we’ve not been that easy to beat!”