Will Buckley fired another late winner as Albion beat Leicester 1-0 at The Amex today.

Buckley produced a superbly controlled volley beyond the far post on 90 minutes to convert a sumptuous lobbed cross from substitute Vicente.

Albion then survived six added minutes during which Neil Danns was shown a second yellow for bringing down Vicente.

Leicester had also lost sub Nathan Delfouneso to injury by that stage, leaving them with eight fit men for the final moments.

Two men had already been dismissed by then in a game which took a long time to come alive.

Leicester striker Jermaine Beckford was shown a straight red - on the advice of the assistant referee - on 53 minutes for an off-the-ball incident after he appeared to approach the grounded Lewis Dunk.

Albion failed to break down the ten men and numbers were evened up on 85 minutes after Matt Sparrow's challenge on Ben Marshall earned him instant dismissal.

The Seagulls' best moment when they had 11 versus ten saw Buckley fire an angled drive straight at City keeper Kasper Schmeichel.

Albion threw on new boys Sam Vokes and Joe Mattock during the second half but it was a game short on chances.

Ashley Barnes had the ball in the net with a well-taken shot on the turn on 26 minutes but the flag was up for offside.

Barnes later nodded a good chance across goal, with Craig Mackail-Smith just unable to divert the ball into the net, and Alan Navarro headed just wide of the top corner.

Leicester also had their first-half moments with Peter Brezovan holding a Paul Konchesky free-kick and David Nugent heading inches wide from a corner.