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Saturday, 26 Sep 2020 12:30

Brighton

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Manchester United

Full Time

Match Analysis

Brighton vs Man Utd Prediction Verdict

After a thorough analysis of stats, recent form and H2H through Bettingsuretips's algorithm, as well as, tipsters advice for the match Brighton vs Man Utd this is our Prediction:

Man Utd for the Winner of the match, with a probability of 58%

Yes for Both Teams to Score, with a percentage of 55%.

For Total Goals, we predict Over 2.5, that have a probability of 52%

Verdict

Best Bet: btts (Full-Time Result) @1.96
Correct Score Tip: 1:2 (Correct Score) @12.23
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Reason For Brighton vs Manchester United Betting Tips

  • Brighton have scored in eight of their last ten competitive matches.
  • Both teams have scored in three of the last four meetings between these teams.
  • Brighton played out eight 1-1 draws in the Premier League last season.
  • Manchester United have only won two of their last five league matches.

Seagulls bounce back in style

Brighton responded to their curtain raising defeat to Chelsea in emphatic fashion last weekend as they thrashed a hapless Newcastle side 3-0 at St James’ Park, and with that result sandwiched between comfortable victories in the EFL Cup the Seagulls head into this clash in high spirits.

Graham Potter may have drawn criticism last season for his failure to bring improved results to the south coast, but his attractive brand of football is slowly starting to pay dividends now and they have the ability to give this Manchester United defence a real run for their money on Saturday.

Painful start for the Red Devils

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side finished the lengthy 2019/20 campaign in a buoyant mood as they clinched a top four spot on the final day of the season, but the short summer break doesn’t seem to have been too kind on the Red Devils.

Manchester United returned to action last weekend with a dismal 3-1 loss at home to Crystal Palace, with the only silver lining on an otherwise gloomy evening being a debut goal for Donny van de Beek, their only signing of the transfer window so far.

They did manage to bounce back in midweek with a 3-0 win over Luton in the EFL Cup, but even that game was much closer than the scoreline suggests. The hosts held their own for the vast majority of the match before a late double put the result beyond doubt, and Solskjaer is unlikely to be happy with his side’s performance.

Goals at both ends expected at the Amex

The defensive frailty showed by Manchester United last weekend will be a real boost to a Brighton outfit that have proven adept in front of goal over the last few months. The Seagulls have scored in eight of their last ten competitive matches, including all four of their outings this season.

However, the hosts showed their own defensive problems in their opening day defeat to Chelsea and we predict they’ll be troubled by the likes of Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial. For this reason, backing both teams to score is an attractive option.

We do expect Brighton to fare better than they did when Chelsea came to town though. They have lost just one of their last five league games and their opponents have only won twice in their last five top flight affairs. The Seagulls played out eight 1-1 draws last term as well, so that’s what we’re backing for our correct score prediction.

Brighton injuries and team news

Graham Potter will be without Yves Bissouma again as he serves the second of a three match suspension, while Dale Stephens is once again a doubt. The biggest concern comes in the form of the excellent Tariq Lamptey after the youngster was taken off at Newcastle, although he’s expected to recover from a slight groin strain.

Adam Lallana came off the bench last weekend and could make a start here, while Florin Andone, Christian Walton and Jose Izquierdo remain sidelined.

Manchester United injuries and team news

Axel Tuanzebe and Phil Jones remain the only absentees for Manchester United here, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will bring in a raft of changes following their midweek outings.

David de Gea will return despite a strong showing from Dean Henderson, while Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, Mason Greenwood and Paul Pogba should all make the starting lineup.




Match Odds

Home win: 5.00

Away win: 1.71

Draw: 3.92

Over 2.5 goals: 1.84

Under 2.5 goals: 1.97


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