Brighton will change everything at Forest Green

Graham Potter is ready to herald the changes as Albion make their way to the Cup.

The Seagulls named a completely transformed Under-21 side for their Premier League 2 game at Wolves last night.

The eleven who started a 2-0 defeat had no survivors from the side that started their previous PL2 game at home to Liverpool.

That seems a clear indication of an equally vastly changed line-up for the first team when they head to Forest Green in the second round of the Carabao Cup tomorrow (7.45pm).

Players who sat on the Premier League bench like Steven Alzate, Deniz Undav, Enock Mwepu, Kaoru Mitoma and Levi Colwill are likely to get a chance.

There could also be an outing for Paraguayan teenager Julio Enciso, who has yet to feature in a Prem Matchday 20 but scored against Liverpool for the 21s nine days ago.

Evan Ferguson and Andy Moran are both likely to get a game of some sort, while defenders Ed Turns and Odel Offiah and midfielder Jack Spong also missed last night’s game.

Jan Paul van Hecke could be included depending on how things have played out on his likely return to the Championship.

The Dutch defender is expected to join Sunderland on loan for the season.

Van Hecke remains part of Albion’s longer-term plans and the move will give him the chance to play more than 40 games in the highly competitive second division.

Colwill was recently loaned out by Chelsea and appears to be a backup for now, allowing van Hecke to go out and get games.

Albion remain calm about Neal Maupay’s future, with Everton and Fulham keen on the striker. Brighton will change everything at Forest Green

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