Andre Marriner will be in charge again of Albion's FA Cup clash with Crystal Palace, the first competitive match in England to use Video Assistant Referee technology.

Marriner returns to the Amex for Monday's third round tie (7.45pm) after taking control of the Seagulls' 0-0 draw at home to Palace in the Premier League in November.

Neil Swarbrick will be the VAR, monitoring the game on TV, assisted by Peter Kirkup.

Marriner's first visit to the Amex this season was against Newcastle in September, when Albion striker Tomer Hemed escaped punishment but was subsequently suspended by the FA for stamping on DeAndre Yedlin.

Swarbrick and his assistants missed Romelu Lukaku kicking out at Gaetan Bong from the corner which led to Manchester United's winner at Old Trafford in November.

Neither incident would have applied to VAR, which only covers awarding goals, penalty decisions, straight red cards and cases of mistaken identity.