Who says Albion are not an attraction in the Premier League?

Stoke could have their biggest crowd for 30 years for the visit of the Seagulls on Saturday.

A combination of the significance of the game for the relegation-haunted Potters and Albion selling out their 3,200 allocation is expected to produce another record attendance at the bet365 Stadium.

Only a few tickets are left for home supporters, so the existing ground record of 29,785 for Paul Lambert's recent first match as manager against Huddersfield could be eclipsed.

Stoke increased the capacity of the stadium, built in 1997 and formerly known as the Britannia, to 30,089 last summer by filling in the south-east corner and installing new disabled facilities.

The record has already been broken four times this season and the arrival of Albion could create Stoke's highest gate since 31,979 saw an FA Cup tie against Liverpool at the Victoria Ground in 1988.