Sussex might require some more magic from their in-form West Indies paceman as they hit the road again.

Jayden Seales will lead the county’s attack against Glamorgan at Sophia Gardens.

Seales is currently the leading wicket-taker in division two of the Vitality County Championship this season with 18.

That puts him three clear of Ben Coad of Yorkshire.

England seamer Ollie Robinson misses the trip to South Wales as Sussex look to maintain top spot in the table.

Robinson has been made available for five of the first seven Championship fixtures by the ECB.

Seales’ wickets have come at an average of 21.16 and a strike-rate of 40.11.

Team-mate James Coles has both the best average and strike-rate in the division so far.

The spinner has taken 11 wickets at 16.7 apiece and a strike-rate of 27.9.

Tom Clark’s two wickets have come at 18s.

Cheteshwar Pujara averages 93.66 with the bat - but four players from other counties are currently averaging better than 100 in the division.

Henry Crocombe and Sean Hunt come into the squad.

Squad: Alsop, Carson, Carter, Clark, Coles, Crocombe, Haines, Hudson-Prentice, Hunt, Karvelas, Lamb, Pujara,, Seales, Simpson.