Albion will be hoping to reach the fabled 40-point mark which secures their top flight status for next season.

The Seagulls currently have 33 points to their name with seven games remaining this season.

But the big question is where will those seven points come from?

Well, their seven remaining fixtures are as follows Chelsea (away), Sheffield United (away), Leeds (home), Wolves (away), West Ham (home), Manchester City (home), and Arsenal (away).

The most winnable of the games that Albion have left is their trip to Bramall Lane to face Sheffield United next Saturday.

The Blades relegation from the Premier League was confirmed last night after they were lost 1-0 at Wolves.

That defeat means they have now lost their last six matches in all competitions and have failed to find the back of the net in five of those defeats.

Graham Potter’s side will also fancy their chances of picking up points against Wolves.

They have struggled without Raul Jimenez and suffered a further injury blow with Pedro Neto out for the rest of the season.

Although the game is at Molineux, the Seagulls are unbeaten in their last three visits to the West Midlands.

When you look at the previous meetings between the two sides, Albion are unbeaten in the last seven meetings (winning three and drawing four).

Leeds are another team that the Seagulls will fancy their chances against.

In the corresponding fixture in January, Potter’s men played superbly and came away with a 1-0 victory thanks to Neal Maupay’s goal.

Although Leeds have recently beaten Manchester City, they have struggled against some of the sides below them in the table.

The only games that I cannot see the Seagulls getting anything from are the ones against Chelsea, Manchester City, and Arsenal.