Brighton and Hove Albion fans are again being asked to Make Some Noise for their club.

The Albion faces a crunch clash with West Ham at Withdean tomorrow and desperately need to clinch all three points.

There are only two matches left after tomorrow and at the moment the club is third from the bottom and in the relegation zone.

West Ham are 15 places ahead of Brighton and angling for a place in the play-offs so the Seagulls have a tough fight on their hands.

However, they did beat the Hammers 1-0 earlier this season so the opportunity is there for the taking.

The Argus' Make Some Noise campaign calls on supporters to make as much noise as possible to cheer their team on throughout tomorrow's sell-out game.

Whistles, hooters and klaxons are needed, along with as many cheers, shouts, chants and songs as the home supporters can manage.

We are also asking for posters, banners and scarves to be waved so the Withdean stadium is a sea of blue of white.

Sports presenter Des Lynam, a well-known Albion fan, will be at tomorrow's match and is backing the campaign.

He said: "The fans here are always brilliant but we need to work extra hard to create an extra special atmosphere tomorrow.

"I will be nervous watching the match and I really hope they get all three points to ease the pressure. If they managed that and then got another point at least from another match, they should be all right.

"I would love the club to be able to stay in the division for another season as there has been some great football played."

Liz Costa from the Albion supporters club said staying in the Championship was vital.

She said: "All the supporters going tomorrow are fully aware of the situation the club is in and will be cheering them on.

"We need to stay in the Championship as it will help our fight to have a new stadium built."

The fans did the club proud at the last home game against Leicester on April 9, which ended in a respectable 1-1 draw.

The club is in a buoyant mood at the moment and manager Mark McGhee says people are feeling very positive. After looking at the fixtures for all the teams in the relegation zone McGhee believes one win, which gives three points, will be enough to keep the team up.

Three more draws could therefore do it but Albion will be able to breathe more easily if they manage a win tomorrow.

Albion captain Charlie Oatway said: "The crowd in the Leicester game were magnificent - probably the loudest at Withdean for a long while and it really helped us fight back to get the draw. Tomorrow against West Ham hopefully they can turn up the volume even louder and help us get a win!"