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After that enthralling matchup last weekend, Brighton and Manchester United face off again in this Carabao Cup fourth round game on Wednesday night.

Carabao Cup 2020/2021
Date: Wednesday September, 30th
Kick-off: 19:45 pm
Venue: Amex Stadium

Brighton could still be wondering how they lost out to their opponents last weekend after they showed a lot of resolve in the 3-2 outcome.

The Seagulls struck the frame of
David De Gea’s goal at least five times and were awarded a penalty that was overturned after a VAR review, before conceding one themselves after another review even after the full-time whistle had sounded.

While Graham Potter’s side were however, undone by the late spotkick from Bruno Fernandes, they will as well feel optimistic having done enough to expose the vulnerabilities in United’s defence.

Man U will feel lucky themselves having to come away from that tough game with maximum points, and Ole Gunnar Solksjaer must surely had demanded better.

The Norwegian will most probably ring the changes here, but he would be under no illusion as to the magnitude of advantage fielding an overly under-strength side could hand their hosts.

Trips to the Amex had often proved tricky for the Red Devils in recent times and Wednesday’s edition could prove to be no different.

Team news


Yves Bissouma completes a three-match for the hosts, while Alexis Mac Allister is expected to miss out with a groin injury picked up in the last round of this competition.

José Izquierdo, Florin Andone and Christian Walton are still classed as injury absentees.

Manchester United

Phil Jones and Axel Tuanzebe are the only injury worries for Solksjaer ahead of the trip to Sussex.

Head to Head

Manchester United made it 16 wins in their last 24 meetings with Brighton last time out, keeping the Seagulls at three wins. Five matchups have been drawn.

Team form

Brighton’s last five competitive games: LWWWL

United’s last five competitive games: WLLWW

Betting tips

Solksjaer’s charges finally obliged after large periods of inefficiency at the Amex last time out, but Brighton can be backed to yet again make it difficult for them. The personnel will be very much different from both sides here, and the Under 2.5 goals at 1/1 is delicately the punt to go with. We like to think there will be little goals on show for this one, particularly if the best legs are afforded a breather.

Odion Ighalo could start from the off for the visitors here, and is 5/4 to score anytime. He could well prove the scourge of the Seagulls, and we are snapping him up on the goalscorers market.

You can view all other betting markets for this game here

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