The former Wrexham and Chester forward has not played since the home defeat to Solihull Moors on December 20th because of a foot injury but is back in full training and is included in the match day squad.
“Its good to see him back, but we will have to manage him carefully and gradually build up his match fitness after being out for so long,” commented the manager.
The Seagulls will also have new loan signing James Ellison involved after his clearance came through this afternoon (Friday), while Wigan Athletic have agreed to extend defender Mike Wilson’s loan deal, which was due to end after the Worcester game, until the end of the season.
Jordan Bove, however, has returned to Oldham Athletic.
Josh Ollerenshaw’s loan to Buxton has been extended until the end of the season.
The Seagulls will be keen to build on last weekend’s 1-1 draw at Lowestoft Town as they fight to climb out of the bottom three relegation places.
Worcester made headlines by beating Coventry City in a thrilling FA Cup run, but since losing 14-13 on penalties against Scunthorpe United in the second round proper, they have won only one of their last eight games and scored only three goals.
But Gus Williams commented: “They are a strong, physical side and we are anticipating a tough game, but we know we need to get something out of it. Other results went our way last weekend, but that only helps if we assist ourselves and pick up the points we need.”
Colwyn Bay (from) Sanna, Rees, Taylor, Moss, Wilson, Lea, Royle, Anoruo, Noone, Hopley, Baynes, Buckley, Ellison, Williams, Haywood, Olapade, Saiel.