Their 0-0 stalemate at Blackpool on Saturday moved O'Driscoll's men to within two points of safety and all the players who were involved at Bloomfield Road have trained without a problem.
And O'Driscoll hinted that he is unlikely to make wholesale changes despite the games coming thick and fast for the side rock bottom of the npower Championship.
But the former Nottingham Forest manager has plenty of options if he decides to freshen things up.
Captain Cole Skuse made his return to action against Paul Ince's men having missed the whole of February with a knee injury, while Sam Baldock was an unused substitute and is pushing for a start against Brighton along with winger Albert Adomah.
Louis Carey (knee) is also expected to be available after several weeks spent on the sidelines, but Ryan Taylor (shoulder) and Richard Foster (Achilles) remain out as City look to move out of the relegation zone for the first time since O'Driscoll took charge.
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