Gordon Greer makes a partial comeback to action for Albion in tonight’s penultimate friendly at Gillingham.

Jake Forster-Caskey also returns at the Priestfield Stadium (7.45pm) but Sam Baldock and Solly March will not be involved.

Skipper Greer has been sidelined for more than a fortnight by an adductor injury in the early stages of Albion’s opening pre-season friendly against FC Meyrin in Switzerland.

Boss Chris Hughton said: “GG will play at Gillingham. He’s a fit lad so it’s going to be a question of gauging it. Obviously it’s going to be his first game back in.

“He came back to pre-season at a good level of fitness. We’ll assess it. He certainly won’t play a full game.”

Forster-Caskey, allowed to report back late following his close season involvement with England under-21s, has been ruled out so far by a knee injury sustained in training.

Liam Rosenior has recovered from a knee knock suffered in Sunday’s 1-0 defeat at Aberdeen and Dale Stephens, a precautionary absentee from the Scottish run-out, will also be involved tonight.

Albion are treading carefully with Baldock and March following their injury problems last season and ankle damage for the latter at Crawley last week. Hughton said of Baldock: “He’s fine, he’s training. Solly won’t be involved but he’s back in training. The plan is for him to be available for Sunday (against Sevilla).

“It won’t be a full team tonight, a mixed team, but it will certainly include the likes of GG, Caskey, Incey and Dale Stephens.”

Two-time knee injury victim Andrew Crofts has been earmarked for an outing in the under-21s against the Nike Academy at the Lancing training complex tomorrow (1pm).