Brighton have only won one of their last 11 matches, although they have only lost one of their last five.
Turning draws into wins has been the problem for Chris Hughton's side, but they are hard to beat on home soil - the Seagulls have only lost two of 12 matches at home all season.
Crystal Palace, meanwhile, have only lost one of their last 11 matches. They have enjoyed a stunning resurgence under Roy Hodgson and will look to carry that on into this fierce rivalry.
Brighton have failed to score in their last three matches against Palace but will fancy their chances with this fixture on their own turf.
The rivalry between the two sides will make this a very competitive FA Cup third round match.