Bruno and Jose Izquierdo have both been cleared to face Tottenham on Tuesday but Brighton will be without Davy Propper for the clash. Bruno failed to finish Saturday’s goalless draw at Wolves and boss Chris Hughton says he reported some tightness in his thigh but should be available for the crucial game at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
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Meanwhile, Izquierdo completed 90 minutes for the first time since December after an injury-plagued campaign and has suffered no ill-effects from his weekend exertions. Propper has been ruled out with a hamstring problem after limping off at Wolves, with Beram Kayal hoping to take his place, and Hughton has urged the Israeli to take his chance as he gets set for his first league start in five months.
Hughton told The Argus: “Credit to him. He’s not featured as much as he would have liked but it’s part and parcel of the game. “It’s about a response and an opportunity when you play. When he came on I thought he did really well. “Irrespective of anybody playing more or less games than they thought, they are always part of a squad that’s fighting.” Winger Anthony Knockaert completes a three-match ban after being sent off against Bournemouth on April 13.