Brighton v Colchester

24 January 2011 03:20
League One leaders Brighton have no new injury concerns as they bid to restore their six-point lead at the top after Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Bournemouth.Top scorer Glenn Murray is pushing for a recall after being dropped to the bench at Dean Court. [LNB]Colchester United boss John Ward is set to name an unchanged team for a third straight match. [LNB]But defender Conor Powell, signed two weeks ago from Irish club Bohemians, could be added to the squad. [LNB][LNB]Brighton defender Marcos Painter told BBC Sussex: "The good thing about having so many games packed in is we don't have time to dwell on the Bournemouth defeat and we can look to put it right.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] "It's the odd goal that we're conceding, but there are fine lines in football. We need to maintain our concentration throughout games. [LNB]"We know every game is difficult and every team poses a different threat. Colchester are quite direct and quite physical. We've got our work cut out."

Source: BBC_Sport