Confirmed Manchester United XI v Brighton

Tanya Simon
July 1, 2020

Gary Neville likened Mason Greenwood to Premier League legend Robin van Persie after the Manchester United teenager's performance at Brighton on Tuesday night.

Manchester United will continue their clash against struggling Premier League teams when the Red Devils travel to Aston Villa next Thursday.

United also beat Norwich City 2-1 in the FA Cup quarter-finals after the match went into extra-time and Graham Potter's side will hope they can take full advantage of Red Devils' exhausted legs.

Brighton is 15th in the standings with 33 points, six points above the relegation zone with seven games left - including fixtures against champion Liverpool and second-placed Manchester City next month.

United are one of a large number of teams who are vying for the remaining places, with Liverpool already qualified and Manchester City seemingly nearly there.

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As per a report in Goal.com, Solskjaer had said last week that he was hopeful terms could be agreed to keep the midfielder at the club, but the United manager has now changed his tune ahead of the team's trip to Brighton in the Premier League. This was the first hat-trick scored by a Manchester United player since Robin van Persie in 2013.

Sergio Romero played in goal vs Norwich in the weekend but David De Gea will return in goal while Victor Lindelof will likely replace Eric Bailly in central defence as he starts alongside Harry Maguire.

MF Nemanja Matic, 8 - Made the third goal with a 30-yard pass on the turn that set Greenwood sprinting away down the right to cross for Fernandes.

They have been boosted by strong seasons from Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford, who each have 14 league goals this campaign, and an improving Mason Greenwood (five). So we know first-hand that if we're not 100 per cent, it's going to be hard for us'.

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