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An odd facet of the fixture list means the Red Devils have played more matches than any other team going into the weekend, with a 15-day break before they close out their campaign at Selhurst Park against Crystal Palace on May 22.
With a top-four finish all but gone, the Europa League is United’s best bet for continental football next season and victory over Brentford last time out at least ended a three-game winless run to cement their grip on sixth position.
Brighton cruised past Wolves a week ago as they look to bag a top-half finish - something the club has never achieved in its 121-year history.
Here is everything you need to know ahead of today’s game...
Date, kick-off time and venue
Brighton vs Manchester United is scheduled for a 5.30pm BST kick-off today, Saturday May 7, 2022.
The Amex Stadium in Brighton will host the match.
Where to watch Brighton vs Manchester United
TV channel: Today’s game will be televised live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, with coverage beginning at 5pm.
Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will also be able to watch the match online via the Sky Go app.
Live blog: You can follow all the action via Standard Sport’s live blog.
Brighton vs Manchester United lineups and team news
Brighton XI: Sanchez, Veltman, Dunk, Cucurella, March, Bissouma, Caicedo, Trossard, Gross, Mac Allister, Welbeck
Subs: Lamptey, Webster, Maupay, Lallana, Alzate, Steele, Duffy, Offiah, Ferguson
Man United XI: De Gea, Dalot, Lindelof, Varane, Alex Telles, McTominay, Matic, Elanga, Mata, Bruno Fernandes, Ronaldo
Subs: Jones, Maguire, Lingard, Fred, Cavani, Henderson, Wan-Bissaka, Fernandez, Garnacho
Brighton vs Manchester United prediction
The Seagulls have proven an incredibly tough nut to crack this season and United can expect a difficult game unless they can kick into some more serious form of their own.
Head to head (h2h) history and results
United are on a seven-game winning streak over Brighton.
Brighton wins: 3
Manchester United wins: 19
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