Man United and Brighton face off at Old Trafford on Saturday as the Premier League returns from an international Break.
Man United come into this fixture on the back of a 3-1 loss against Arsenal, in a game I think the scoreline doesn’t truly reflect what happened on the pitch.
That loss was the second in as many away league games for Man United this season.
And the build up to the clash against Brighton at Old Trafford where they have won two in two, has not been pleasing though.
Antony and Jadon Sancho have had issues off the pitch, and the two are unavailable.
Raphael Varane, Mason Mount and Sofyan Amrabat (back) are all out, not to mention Luke Shaw, Tyrell Malacia, Amad Diallo, Kobbie Mainoo and Tom Heaton still out.
But Eric Ten Hag received a boost in form of defender Lisandro Martinez, who has recovered from a foot injury and expected to start at centre-back with Victor Lindelof.
It’s a tough fixture for Man United, and they must reserve energy before taking on Bayern Munich on Wednesday.
Brighton on the other hand showed what they are made of with that brilliant win over Newcastle but were very poor in the 3-1 loss at home against West Ham.
It’s difficult to know which Brighton will show up, but if the one that beat Newcastle shows up at Old Trafford, it’s a huge mountain to climb for Man United.
Ansu Fati is set for his debut while Danny Welbeck will fancy a return to Old Trafford.
This can go either way, and I see spoils being shared at full-time. It’s a Draw for me.
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