Boss Chris Hughton has warned against a defeatist attitude in Albion's ultra-tough end to the Premier League season.

The Seagulls, still looking over their shoulders in the fight to avoid relegation, face the top four and seventh-placed Burnley in their remaining give games, starting against Spurs at the Amex tomorrow night.

Hughton said: "They are tough games, but we've also looked at some of the results we've seen - West Brom yesterday (at Manchester United), our result at home against Arsenal.

"I don't think you can afford to go into any game, whether it be against any of the top six or any game, with a defeatist attitude.

"We need to make sure we have a team and group of players who look forard to playing in every game."

Albion, with no fresh injury worries, are still without Davy Propper as he serves the second of a three-match ban.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has confirmed he will rotate his squad.

Their 14-match unbeaten run was ended by champions Manchester City at Wembley at the weekend and they face Manchester United in the FA Cup semi-finals on Saturday.

Toby Alderweireld, Fernando Llorente and Lucas Moura are all in contention as Spurs try to go ten points clear of Chelsea and level on points with third-placed Liverpool.