Brighton v Manchester United: match preview


Brighton lost 3-0 in the corresponding fixture in June and since then United have added the £35m Netherlands international Donny van de Beek to their squad. Joël Veltman, at £0.9m Brighton’s costliest signing of the transfer window thus far, is also a Dutch international and a former Ajax teammate of Van de Beek. Neither of the former colleagues are likely to start on Saturday, though, but if Tariq Lamptey fails a fitness test on a groin strain, Veltman may slot in at right wing-back for Graham Potter’s side. Rich Flower

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Saturday 12.30pm BT Sport 1

Venue Amex Stadium

Last season Brighton 0 Manchester United 3

Referee Chris Kavanagh

This season G1 Y4 R0 4 cards/game

Odds H 4-1 A 3-4 D 11-4

Subs from Sánchez, Steele, Mac Allister, Gross, Lallana, Jahanbakhsh, Bernardo, Burn, Veltman, Sanders, Molumby

Doubtful Connolly (knock), Lamptey (groin)

Injured Andone (knee, unknown), Izquierdo (knee, unknown), Walton (ankle, unknown)

Suspended Bissouma (first of three)

Discipline Y1 R1

Form LW

Leading scorer Maupay 2

Subs from Grant, Henderson, Smalling, Williams, Dalot, Fred, Pereira, Lingard, Mengi, Mata, Fosu-Mensah, Van de Beek, James, Ighalo, Chong, Lindelöf, Matic

Doubtful None

Injured Tuanzebe (ankle, 17 Oct), Jones (knee, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y2 R0

Form L

Leading scorer Van de Beek 1


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