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Team news for Tuesday night's FA Cup clash between Woking and Brighton at Kingfield Stadium.

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Bridcutt: Starts three-match ban

Bridcutt: Starts three-match ban

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Brighton will be without midfielder Liam Bridcutt due to his suspension.

The former Chelsea trainee begins a three-match ban after he was sent off during Saturday's 3-1 defeat at Hartlepool.

Striker Fran Sandaza could be added to the squad following a thigh problem but midfielder Alan Navarro is still recovering from a cruciate injury.

The Seagulls are reeling from the news winger Kazenga LuaLua will be out for 10 weeks after breaking his ankle on Saturday, but he would have been ineligible to face Woking anyway under the terms of his loan from Newcastle.

Manager Gus Poyet is expected to make changes, as he did for the original goalless draw, so Peter Brezovan will start in goal again while Tommy Elphick, Lewis Dunk, Gary Hart and Cristian Baz are in line for recalls.

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