Albion expect Tomer Hemed and Glenn Murray to be it to face West Bromwich.

Hemed pulled out of Israel’s game in Italy this week with a thigh injury.

But his absence was described at the time as precautionary and Hughton reported today he will be fit for action.

Murray is making progress after an ankle injury forced him out of the defeat at Leicester almost three weeks ago.

Hughton said: “Glenn trained this morning which is a real plus.

“Tomer had a scare midweek but we've assessed him and think he will be fine.

“Our thoughts are that they will be available and Sam Baldock we hope will be out training in next couple of weeks.

Izzy Brown has returned to the Seagulls from parent club Chelsea and it is hoped he will train next week.