The Foxes have triumphed in their previous two Premier League fixtures and, although the Seagulls lost to Manchester City last time out, they have started the season impressively and occupy fifth place in the top-flight standings.
Albion, managed by Graham Potter, have defeated two Welsh opponents to reach this stage of the competition, overcoming Cardiff City 2-0 in round two before triumphing against Swansea City by the same scoreline.
Leicester, meanwhile, also beat Sky Bet Championship opposition by a two-goal margin in the third round, with goals from Ademola Lookman and Kelechi Iheanacho guiding Brendan Rodgers' men to success over Millwall at The Den last month.
A 7:45pm kick-off on Filbert Way, here’s a guide to Wednesday’s fourth round clash…
Who's starring on LCFC TV?
LCFC Radio pundit Dean Hammond enjoyed successful spells with both sides during his playing career.
From 6:15pm, the Matchday Live coverage begins with presenter Dan Bates set to be accompanied by former Leicester stars Gerry Taggart and Dean Hammond for 90 minutes of pre-match previews and analysis, alongside ex-captain Matt Elliott.
Elliott will join John Dunn in the pressbox on Filbert Way from 7:35pm to provide live and free commentary of the cup clash with Graham Potter's outfit, before another half an hour of reaction. All pre and post-match coverage will be on @LCFC social media, while the Match Centre houses commentary.
Are tickets still available?
The Blue Army will back the team in their numbers once again come Wednesday evening.
Tickets to Leicester City’s fourth round Carabao Cup tie against Brighton & Hove Albion are currently on general sale. Adult tickets start from £15 for Season Ticket Holders and Fox Members. Four tickets can be secured per person.
More ticketing information can be found HERE.
What's the officiating team?
Australian referee Jarred Gillett will be the man in the middle on Wednesday.
Referee Jarred Gillett will oversee proceedings at King Power Stadium on Wednesday, assisted by Neil Davies and Mark Scholes. Martin Atkinson, meanwhile, is the fourth official.
When does everything happen?
Ademola Lookman's first goal for the Club set Leicester on their way against Millwall in the previous round.
Keep up to date with all of the midweek action with these matchday timings...
|Matchday Live starts on LCFC TV||6:15pm|
|Team news confirmed on @LCFC social media||6:45pm|
|Commentary starts on LCFC Radio||7:35pm (approx)|
|Carabao Cup On Quest starts (UK only)||10:30pm|
|Highlights and clips available on @LCFC social media||1am (Thursday)|
|Extended highlights and goals on LCFC TV||1am (Thursday)|
What happened last time against Brighton?
Kelechi Iheanacho nodded in a late winner when the two teams faced off in the FA Cup last term.
The Premier League pair last met in a cup competition at King Power Stadium in February 2021, when a last-gasp goal from Kelechi Iheanacho was enough to see the Foxes through to the quarter-finals of the Emirates FA Cup.
The Filbert Way contest looked to be heading for an additional 30 minutes of extra-time when quick thinking from Youri Tielemans picked out the unmarked Iheanacho in the six-yard box and the Nigerian forward guided his header past Christian Walton deep into time added on.
That win would, of course, set Brendan Rodgers’ side on their way to winning the prestigious competition for the first time in the Club’s history.
When can I catch match highlights?
Youri Tielemans & Kelechi Iheanacho
A Youri Tielemans stunner helped the Foxes secure victory over Brentford on Sunday.
Leicester City's official social media channels will house short clips and highlights of the evening’s action after 1am on Thursday.
All times BST unless stated otherwise.
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