Albion are targeting a big finish at home to ease them to Premier League safety.

The Seagulls would love a third success of the season at the Amex as Everton visit this evening (8.15pm, Sky Sports).

Leeds, West Ham and Manchester City have all still to visit in what looks a tough home run-in for Graham Potter’s men.

Albion’s head coach cannot put his finger on why they struggle to win at home.

But he is keen to back up what is set to be their best ever away season in the top flight.

Empty stadia have dramatically reduced the advantage of playing at home but Potter believes his side should still have had more reward at the Amex.

He said: “To put my finger on it is not so easy. If I had then we obviously would have changed it.

“But the truth is that we have had too many draws at home.

“We have also been really good away so the combination of the two means we have been able to pick up points.

“But our home form has not been good enough and it is something we are trying to address and do better with.

“In some of the games with draws, we should or could have won.

“But that’s where the improvement is and that’s where we need to be better.”