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Recently, Brighton clinched another potentially crucial point away to Leicester last week in a rather drab goalless draw at the King Power Stadium
And That result leaves Brighton some six points above the relegation zone but, with seven games remaining in the season, it still can change
With matches against Liverpool and Manchester City still to play and potential six pointers against Norwich and Southampton
However, only Arsenal and Wolves have played out more stalemates than The Seagulls
Seven of their last 11 in the league have ended all square, including three of their last five at the Amex Stadium.
It’s unlikely the hosts can add to their win tally on Tuesday either. They face a resurgent Manchester United side unbeaten in the league in seven matches
with only five points between them and the top four, every point counts for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men right now.
However, similarly to their opponents, The Red Devils have found it difficult to claim all three points this term, especially away from home.
This is largely thanks to a rather leaky back line. Manchester United have improved defensively recently, but their shakiness on the road has persisted.
They have claimed just two shutouts away from home this season, and they’re facing a Brighton side that have scored in 11 of their 15 home matches.
Keeping Manchester United’s reinvigorated strikeforce out at the other end is a different matter entirely, though.
Three of their last five home games and two-thirds of their home games in total have ended in 1-1 draws
while Manchester United have also played out four 1-1 draws on the road, so that’s what we’re opting for.
If you’re in the market for a goalscorer option you could do a lot worse than backing Manchester United’s in-form Anthony Martial.
He is thriving in the central striker role at the moment and bagged his first Manchester United hat-trick against Sheffield United last week
One thing you can’t fault Graham Potter for is just how difficult he’s made this Brighton side to beat.
However, they have lost just 12 League games this season no side in the bottom half has lost fewer and only three of their last 12 outings have ended in defeat.