Albion's new Polish signings could enjoy international action tonight after colleagues tested positive for Covid-19.

Poland have a friendly in Gdansk against Finland.

Jakub Moder, who joined the Seagulls from Lech Poznan this week, was already expected to get game time.

Those chances have increased after Piotr Zielinski from Napoli tested positive.

Moder earnt his only cap so far as a substitute in the recent 1-0 defeat to Holland, when he found himself in direct opposition to Albion defender Joel Veltman.

Uncapped Michael Karbownik could play on the left after Maciej Rybus of Lokomotiv Moscow failed to come through routine coronavirus screening.

Arkadiusz Reca of Crotone has a muscle problem which could also help Karbownik enjoy minutes.

Moder and Karbownik joined their national team colleagues at a hotel in Gdansk after completing medicals and formalities in Germany to secure their moves to Albion.

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They were tested for Covid yesterday before training with Jerzy Brzęczek’s squad.

Poland will remain in Gdansk for Sunday’s Nations League much versus Italy.

They then head south to Wroclaw to face Bosnia and Herzegovina next Wednesday.