Tottenham will be looking to get back to winning ways after the 2-1 loss at the hands of Manchester City in their last game.
We remain 4th in the Premier League standings but have a 7 point lead over Chelsea as we look to qualify for the UEFA Champions League next season as well.
The more pressing issue is the fact that we have an FA Cup semi-final during the weekend against Manchester United and we could see a few players getting rested against Brighton and Hove Albion.
Lloris did not have the best of games against Manchester City but he should still start the game against Brighton.
Serge Aurier should start the game ahead of Kieran Trippier as Mauricio Pochettino might look to rotate his team.
Sanchez should be another player to get the nod for this game as we would not want to mess around with our central defensive partnership.
The Belgian has been one of our best players this season and there is no reason to drop him at all.
With Danny Rose out injured, Ben Davies should start this game as we look to stay in the top-four.
Another chance to mix things up a bit, Eric Dier could be given a rest and Wanyama should be given a start against Brighton.
Dembele is slowly getting back to his best and giving him another start should be the way ahead.
It was a bit of a surprise seeing Son get rested for the match against City but the South Korean must surely start the game against Chris Hughton’s men.
Probably our best attacking midfielder, Eriksen did manage to score against City and he will look to do the same against the Seagulls.
Lucas Moura had a cameo in the previous match and he was one of our better players. With a need to rotate and keep our players fresh, this is the perfect chance for the Brazilian to start a game.
While Harry Kane might look to catch Mohamed Salah in the golden boot race, keeping him fit for the FA Cup is more important and Fernando Llorente should get the nod to start this game.