The defender will make his comeback from a nasty calf injury in the FA Premier Reserve League fixture against Charlton at St Albans (7.30pm).
Reserve team boss Chris Hughton revealed: "Chris Perry is down to play and that will be a massive bonus for us. Hopefully he'll then be available for West Ham on Sunday."
Perry was ordered to rest for a fortnight after the calf problem that required internal and external stitches following a 50-50 challenge at Manchester City on February 10.
He recalled: "I went for a 50-50 tackle, got the ball and one of their players caught me. I had quite a deep gash just below my calf muscle that went into the muscle.
"I played until half-time, about 15 minutes, and didn't realise what had happened until half-time when I took down my sock and saw there was quite a lot of blood and a big hole in my leg.
"It was that deep that they had to stitch the muscle back together and then close the skin over the top. I had about 10 stitches in total."
Chris Perry is set to return to action for our reserves on Tuesday night.