Wolverhampton Wanderers are the opposition on Sunday afternoon with Paul Stephenson's side out to extend their lead to five points.
The side tasted defeat for the first time in the league two weeks ago when Reading won by the odd goal in seven in an entertaining game at the Riverside.
And entertainment has been the name of the game for a side who had won six out of six before that and one that averages just short of three goals per game.
"I think the lads have enjoyed most of this season," says Stephenson, "they're learning all the time and we're continuing to strive to create a winning environment.
"Every game represents a new challenge and we're looking forward to the next one."
The team responded following the Reading defeat twice coming from behind to secure a point away to a lively Brighton side that included a senior Israeli international to help them along.
"It was important for me to see how they reacted to what happened in the game before, that's all part of the make-up of a footballer, how you react to adversity.
"The lads should enjoy playing in the stadium again and we're going to keep progressing."
Wolves currently sit third bottom and have won three of their eight games so far.
Kick-off is 1pm. Admission is free to Season Card holders, £3 to everyone else with tickets sold from the main ticket office in the West Stand.
Car parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.