That should mean Chris Hughton will rotate his starting XI for the visit of Coventry, though with Brighton's next Premier League game - albeit a crucial one against in-form Swansea - being seven days away there's no reason that the Seagulls boss shouldn't start the game with a fairly strong line-up, with plenty of back-up on the bench should it be needed.
Hughton confirmed forward Jurgen Locadia will make his Brighton debut after overcoming a hamstring problem.
Coventry's FA Cup run might well have affected their league form, as Mark Robins' side have lost three on the bounce in League Two.
Coventry's squad has been depleted over the last few games due to an illness running through the squad and that has played a part in their poor performances. The club-record signing was a £15m arrival from PSV in January.
Jiri Skalak and Steve Sidwell (both ankle) are Albion's only absentees.
Jordan Maguire-Drew, on loan from Brighton, is ineligible and Kyel Reid is cup-tied for the League Two side.
Gordon Smith has the dubious honour of being the man, referred to in the famous radio commentary, who should have won the first game for Brighton.
Brighton reached the 1983 FA Cup final, where they lost to Manchester United in a replay.
Coventry have already eliminated Premier League opposition this season (Stoke in the third round).
Locadia received a standing ovation when he was substituted with 13 minutes remaining and Hughton was pleased with the 24-year-old's instant impact and that he can now play a part in Brighton's Premier League survival bid. No fourth tier or lower side has eliminated two top-flight clubs in the same FA Cup campaign before (since fourth tier was introduced in 1958-59).
Brighton have beaten Crystal Palace and Middlesbrough in their FA Cup matches so far this season. "A lot of the talk before the game to the players was about attitude and the type of game it was and that if you don't match the opposition's endeavour then you can make it a hard afternoon, but we started well and our application was really good".
"What we have been given is a home tie, some will look at it as us being favourites".