Graham Potter will tell his Albion side to play without fear at Anfield.

And that could mean giving his two youngest stars chance to shine.

Steven Alzate and Aaron Connolly are in contention for action as the Seagulls take on Premier League leaders Liverpool today (3pm).

Albion failed to rise to the occasion at Old Trafford three weeks ago and Potter wants them to show what they can do this time on another of the Premier League’s big stages.

Asked whether Anfield was a test which demanded experience, the Seagulls’ head coach said: “You can argue it both ways.

“I’m sure experience can help but that experience could be that you lose all the time. That is not necessarily a good experience.

“It depends what sort of experience you are bringing.

“You have to combine that with your mindset, with your attitude, with your personality.

“I think we have a good mix of that from our experience perspective.

“Then the young players don’t know when they are beaten, they don’t fear anything, they haven’t had the disappointments that maybe older guys have had.

“It’s nice to have a bit of a mix.”

Neither Alzate nor Connolly have played for Albion since the 3-1 defeat at Manchester United.

Alzate was rested after playing for Colombia in the USA while Connolly was sidelined by a groin injury.

Potter added: “Aaron had a little bit of fatigue before the Manchester United game so the breather probably did him good.

“Same with Steven. He has had the added bit of travelling to America and back and all that brings so there is lots to consider.

“But you see them every day and you have to judge on the players’ quality rather than the age.”