Published: Sun, November 26, 2017
Health Care | By Alberto Manning

Manchester United 1/6 to beat Brighton in Saturday's Premier League game

Manchester United 1/6 to beat Brighton in Saturday's Premier League game

Mourinho has confirmed that the Frenchman will provide the much-needed firepower again today, but he will not be able to play more than 70 minutes. "He can not go more than 65 to 70 minutes because that's when fatigue normally arrives and, with so many matches consecutively, we need to protect such an important player for us".

Brighton have never won at Old Trafford, but Hughton is not about to let that worry his team.

The United manager added that striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will also feature today, his third match in a row following a career-threatening knee injury.

"His physicality and his intelligence, the way he moves, the way he plays". While Pogba will start once again, Ibrahimovic will have to make do with another stint off the bench as their game times continue to be managed following their returns from their respective injuries.

He's another option for us. But he needs time.

Meanwhile, he believes that the attitude of manager Jose Mourinho is ideal for United, where the expectation level is such that they must challenge on every front.

United head into Saturday afternoon's clash with Brighton trailing leaders Manchester City by eight points, but with the joint-best home record in the top flight.

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"We have to think, 'we are Man Utd and we have to fight for every title.' We are in a good position in the league, we are chasing the top of the table".

"I think that's how Jose Mourinho has improved this team - he's created a strong, powerful team that's very efficient - and those two certainly add a lot to Man United".

"In this moment, we haven't yet reached 50 per cent of the season so let's be calm".

Newly promoted Brighton and Hove Albion coach Chris Hughton said that his "team has to perform on a high level" in Saturday's Premier League game if they want to beat Manchester United's unbeaten run at home.

Manchester United can not afford any slip-ups at Old Trafford if they are to have a chance of winning the Premier League this season, says Ander Herrera.

"You can't go there with fear because if you do it's inevitable what will happen".

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