Glenn Murray is poised to return to Albion's starting line-up against former club Crystal Palace at the Amex tomorrow night.

Murray was on the bench at Huddersfield on Saturday.

Replacement Florin Andone scored Albion's winner on his full debut but Murray is expected to be back for Palace's visit.

He was on target against them twice last season, is Albion's top scorer this season with seven goals and has notched 33 of his 44 goals in his second spell for for the club at the Amex.

Hughton said: "We have three number nines as such (Jurgen Locadia) with Glenn the one who has played the majority of games.

"We have two other strikers who are pushing very hard. There are going to be opportunities for everybody to play, particularly as we go into the season.

"We just felt with Florin, it was the right type of game for him on Saturday, particularly with how Huddersfield play. They are a pressing team, a very good team, and were on the back of a very good result.

"They press high and we felt we might be able to exploit that."