Considering United’s recent form we could see an upset. As Brighton could surprise everyone. Manchester United travel to the Stadium American Express Community to take on the safe side Brighton Graham Potter in what was set to have an accessory obligation to win the Premier League for the Red Devils. After a torrid 3-1 loss at Crystal Palace last weekend, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should ensure that their troops put in a much more convincing showing this time around and play with aplomb which characterizes the final sprint of season they sneaked into the top four last season.
More importantly, the Manchester United need to play well to distract their own fans in what has been a frustrating transfer window impotent.
Brighton, on the other hand, assumes the spoilsport role in this narrative. Graham Potter men enter the game on the back of two straight wins with seven goals for and none against. If there was ever a time to take on one side of the beleaguered Manchester United, that’s all. Brighton will have a good go at Manchester United. Remains to be seen if Manchester United have recovered mentally from the loss Crystal Palace make this a routine victory in their minds.