Bridcutt set for Brighton bow

Matt Sparrow and Liam Bridcutt start for Brighton when they host Leyton Orient in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy (7:15pm).

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Sparrow has completed a three-game ban and starts on Tuesday evening alongside fellow midfielder and former Chelsea trainee Bridcutt, who makes his debut at the Withdean after joining the Seagulls on a five-month deal at the weekend.

Skipper Gordon Greer is serving the final game of his three-match ban while goalkeeper Peter Brezovan and defender Lewis Dunk are still on the sidelines.

Brezovan is recovering from a broken wrist and Dunk has begun light training as he builds up his fitness following a fractured foot.

Midfielder Radostin Kishisev will be rested as he is suffering from a few niggling knocks, while Alan Navarro is a long-term absentee with a ruptured cruciate ligament.

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