Manchester United will be looking to make it four wins in five games tomorrow, as Ole Gunnar Solskaer’s side try to push up the Premier League table.
Make no mistake about it, Brighton & Hove Albion will be no pushovers. The Seagulls always give us a tough game and expect that to be no different at Old Trafford come 14:00 BST tomorrow.
Anyway, ahead of the game, the United squad has been dealing with injuries (as per usual), but we’ve done our best to try and decipher Solskjaer’s thoughts and give you our predicted starting XI for the encounter.
In goal, David de Gea will return after some welcome rest in midweek.
With Ashley Young suspended, this is the perfect opportunity to hand Brandon Williams his full (and deserved) Premier League debut. Over on the right, Aaron Wan-Bissaka will start. Victor Lindelof has been suffering with a back problem but he’ll likely be passed fit, as will Harry Maguire.
Scott McTominay is another struggling with the injury bug but he’s a tough lad and he’ll play. Andreas Pereira comes back into the team after missing out midweek, with Jesse Lingard playing just ahead of him.
Anthony Martial continues to lead the line with both of Marcus Rashford and Daniel James in behind. Again, this front three will continue to remain interchangeable so expect to see the trio pop up in a variety of different positions throughout the 90 minutes.