Brighton striker Glenn Murray believes the fans can help the team to safety this season.
The Albion are among those who are battling to avoid being the third relegated side after Huddersfield and Fulham - who seem odds on to go down.
And Murray hopes that an intense atmosphere at home games, starting with a clash against Southampton, will help the team.
Murray told The Argus: "I expect the crowd to get behind us like they did against Huddersfield, especially towards the end.
"I think that is what we need.
"As far as it being tense, I think the tensest game would have been Huddersfield.
"That was when we felt it was really a must-win.
"We feel this is a mustn't-lose game.
"It's a huge game for us, a team down there in and around us.
"Obviously if we can take points off them, it pegs them back as much as it propels us forward so we win on both counts."