It’s another weekend and Manchester United will host Brighton at Old Trafford on Sunday looking to make it three wins on the spin in the Premier League as they look to try and keep up with Manchester City at the top of the table.
The Red Devils are 14 points behind Man City in the Premier League table, however, a win would reduce the gap to 11 points.
Mark Lawrenson has his own say and he’s fully expecting to see United claim victory against Brighton at Old Trafford this weekend.
When writing in his column for BBC Sport, Mark Lawrenson said: “Brighton have won their past two games, and they are suddenly scoring for fun.
“They are now six points above the bottom three, which is a lot at this stage of the season, and with a much better goal difference than the teams below them too.
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“So, the Seagulls head to Old Trafford on a high, and they are probably still wondering how they lost 3-2 to United at the start of the season – the winning goal, a Bruno Fernandes penalty, was scored after the full-time whistle, at the end of an absolutely crazy game that Brighton should have won.
“Things might be pretty tight this time too, but I am going for another United win.”
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