Date: 20th March 2015 at 6:16pm
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Brighton should be safe from Championship relegation this season but we still know we’ve got a bit of work to do, so ending our run of three-match without a win would be handy – and sooner rather than later.

We travel to Ewood Park on Saturday for the game against Blackburn looking to end a run of six-matches away from home without a win, having lost three of those.

Blackburn are could be without Ben Marshall (leg) and Markus Olsson (hamstring), who need to prove fitness or they’ll join the injured Craig Conway (hamstring), David Dunn (calf), Josh King (hamstring) and Grant Hanley (calf) in sitting this one out through injury.

Lewis Dunk (suspension) will be missing again as he completes his two-match ban so Nottingham Forest loanee Greg Halford, who has spoken about his future this week (Click Here), is likely to continue to fill in for him.

Injuries to Sam Baldock, Andrew Crofts (both knee), Kemy Agustien (thigh) and Solly March (calf) will once again see this quartet miss out.

The game at the Amex Stadium ended in a one-one draw in November, in fact four of the last five meetings have ended in draws but we’ve not won at Ewood Park since 1990! Can we change this on Saturday? Vote in the poll to your right so we know your thoughts.

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