Brighton look to bounce back from their weekend draw at Burnley when they host Manchester United at the AMEX Stadium.
The Seagulls drew 0-0 at Turf Moor to move five points clear of the bottom three in their push to secure Premier League safety.
However their safety is far from confirmed with Brighton needing points from their last three games.
Chris Hughton’s side are unbeaten in three of their last five but they haven’t had a league win since their 2-1 home win against Arsenal, back in March.
Their opponents on Friday, will come in the game off back to back league wins against Bournemouth and Arsenal.
Manchester United are five points ahead in second place and with a game in hand on Liverpool. Mourinho’s men will be looking to secure a top two finish for the season.
Brighton will also go into Friday’s game aiming to increase their gap from the relegation ensuring their safety in the Premier League for next season.
This will be the Seagulls’ last home game of the season before they go on the road to play Manchester City and end their season at Liverpool
Ahead of this crucial line up, we take a look at how Brighton may line up. Manager Hughton may likely name an unchanged side from last weekend.
Expected to keep his place in the starting line up.
Likely to be recalled to the starting line up, after being substituted on the weekend.
Organised and commander of the back line, expected to start.
Likewise with Dunk, Duffy has grown to be organised and commanding. Also expected to start.
Quick full back. Retains his place to match up with the runs for the United right winger.
very good ball player. Likes to take players on and will also track back to help his defence.
He also has an excellent delivery on the ball.
1/2 of the back line protectors. Kayal also likes to join attack when possible and is very creative.
The other half of the back line protectors. Stephens tends to hold just in front of the back four in case a counter breaks from the opposition.
Skilful winger. Very direct in taking players on and will like draw in challenges.
Provider of goals for Brighton. Plays as the extra forward when attacking and an extra midfielder when defending and closing down opponents.
Very intelligent player.
Very good on the ball. Will always hold up play to get everyone involved.
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