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Manchester United’s rollercoaster of a season has continued over the last week or so, with a 1-0 defeat to Bournemouth putting an end to their three match winning streak last weekend
And also of course definitely its pretty obvious before a stunning and an uncharacteristically emphatic attacking display as they thrashed Partizan Belgrade in midweek.
In fairness to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side, they have now won four of their last five competitive matches and look to be back on the right track.
Still, a 10th place standing almost a third of the way into the campaign isn’t exactly satisfactory.
They have conceded just 13 goals in their 17 competitive matches this term, although their failure to replace Romelu Lukaku has left them majorly short of attacking options.
This, perhaps unsurprisingly, has resulted in a lot of rather dull affairs where Manchester United are concerned.
They have seen three or more goals in just five of their competitive outings this term and in only three of their 11 league outings.
Brighton, despite being pre-season relegation candidates, actually find themselves two points ahead of Manchester United coming into this clash.
They have won three of their last four Premier League outings to push them into the top half of the table, but it’s worth noting that all of these victories came at the Amex Stadium.
Away from home it’s been a rather more subdued showing from the Seagulls.
Just four of their 14 league goals this season have come away from home, and their sole victory on the road came back on the opening weekend against a Watford side that are yet to claim a win in the Premier League.
Brighton have failed to score in three of their five top flight trips away, so considering Manchester United’s goalshy ways we think few Goals is a cracking choice here.
History isn’t on the Seagulls’ side here. They have never won away from home against Manchester United
losing nine of their 11 trips to Old Trafford, and with three defeats in their last four league away matches we’re expecting a home win on Sunday.
Clearly, For United, Last season they undoubtedly had a massive weakness at the back, but it’s clear that issue has been resolved with the purchase of Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.