Blues will look to pile on the misery for Whitehawk and chalk up a third straight win when they travel to the relegation threatened club, on Saturday.
The Brighton side lost 4-0 at home against Tonbridge Angels on Saturday and are 20th in the table with 34 points from 36 games, and are three points away from safety.
Jamie Cureton took his career tally to 350 when the sides met in November as his hat-trick helped his side to a 4-2 win. Luke Callander was also on target in a game that Blues were leading 4-0 in before two late Nathaniel Pinney strikes gave the visitors a measure of consolation.
Travelling fans should note that Brighton & Hove Albion are at home on Saturday, and to allow extra time for their journey.
The two clubs were regular opponents in Conference South before were relegated in 2016/17, with the Brighton-based side winning 3-0 at the PrroKit and 1-0 at home that year, but the Hawks quickly followed Stortford into the third tier of non-league football with a 21st placed finish last season.
The Sussex side have yet to recover from last season’s relegation and are trying to avoid a second successive drop.
They went out of the FA Trophy at the first hurdle with a 3-2 loss against Harlow Town but did have a brief FA Cup run with wins against Pagham and East Thurrrock United before being hammered 9-1 at Billericay Town.