Brighton injury and team news ahead of AEK Athens – including Solly March, Evan Ferguson and Pervis Estupinan latest: Gallery
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The Seagulls made six changes for the 3-1 win at Manchester United as Roberto De Zerbi juggled his squad ahead of a testing period.
Brighton were excellent at Old Trafford but now attentions will quickly turn to recovery and their first ever Europa League clash against AEK Athens at the American Express Stadium.
It will be quite the occasion for the fans but De Zerbi must now take a close look at the walking wounded and check who has recovered from fatigue following the international break and the win at United.
Here's the latest fitness report including updates on Solly March, Evan Ferguson and Pervis Estupinan...
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