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Calderon banned for Brighton
Inigo Calderon misses Brighton`s clash with Exeter as he serves the second game of a three-match ban.The defender was sent off for a crunching tackle on Charlton`s Therry Racon on December 29.Winger Craig Noone joined the Seagulls from Plymouth on New Year's Day and will return to Devon with his new club.Boss Gus Poyet said: "Noone is available and it's the type of match where we need to make the pitch big."Alan Navarro remains a long-term absentee with cruciate ligament damage. The midfielder is not expected to return to full fitness until at least mid-February.Striker Glenn Murray hit a hat-trick in the 5-0 demolition of Leyton Orient and should continue alongside Chris Wood.Young striker Chris Holroyd made a 20-minute substitute appearance following a successful loan spell at Stevenage and will hope to be involved against the Grecians.
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