Albion will still be without Kemy Agustien and Solly March for tomorrow night's Capital One Cup tie at Swindon Town.

And new Spanish striker Adrian Colunga's involvement in the clash at the County Ground hinges on the Seagulls securing international clearance in time.

Agustien missed Saturday's 2-1 home win over Bolton after twisting an ankle at Leeds last week.

England under 21 international March has yet to play this season due to a back problem.

Boss Sami Hyypia said of Agustien: "We need to go day by day with him. Certainly tomorrow he's not involved."

March is earmarked for further investigation on his back injury after undergoing scans.

Hyypia said: "He has some kind of stress thing in his back and he is seeing a specialist tomorrow. We'll know more then about when he is going to be fit."

Dale Stephens, who suffered ankle ligament damage in April, has also not played this season.

Hyypia said: "I've seen him (training) outside a few times. With Dale as well I don't have an exact date.

"We need to go day by day and if he gets a setback or some problems we need to decrease the load again and see how he is progressing."