United are in-form and full of confidence, having thrashed Sheffield United 3-0 and advanced to the FA Cup semi-finals last week, although they remain five points adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea.
Brighton have also enjoyed a successful restart, with Neal Maupay playing hero and villain – scoring the winner against Arsenal and missing a penalty against Leicester – as the Seagulls have taken four points from their two games. Follow all the action live:
69 mins: The second drinks break comes and goes. Brighton started the second half well and they’ve been more expansive, more of a threat to United but a wonderful counter-attacking move has sent them further behind.
Trossard finds Connolly with a ball to the edge of the box. Connolly turns towards goal and fires off a shot. De Gea reacts well and pushes it over the bar.
66 mins: Wan-Bissaka takes the ball to the byline after Greenwood sends it out wide to him. The Man Utd fullback crosses the ball into the middle and Williams is there to win the header. He sends the ball towards goal and wins a corner as it deflects out of play.
58 mins: Trossard comes away from a Pogba tackle with a slight limp. Brighton have a free kick 30 yards from goal. MacAllister takes it and slots the ball into the box to the left of the wall. Trossard runs in behind and collects before shooting across goal and sending the ball past the far post.
54 mins: Dan Burn goes on a good run for Brighton. He gets down the left wing and uses his long legs to stay ahead of Wan-Bissaka. Burn puts a decent cross into the six-yard box, Maupay is there but he misses the ball and De Gea cleans up.
48 mins: Better from Brighton. Trossard brings the ball up the pitch and sends it out wide to Montoya. He puts a cross into the box that gets deflected into MacAllister. He tries to find Maupay but the ball is cleared away by Man Utd.
Second half: A double change for Brighton at half-time as Maupay and Trossard come on in place of Lamptey and Propper.
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45 mins: Brighton need half-time, they’ve hardly seen the ball except to bring it out from the back of the net. There’ll be two more minutes to be added on.
42 mins: Brighton send the ball over to the right wing to Propper. He puts a really good cross into the far post. Dan Burn is the target and he almost gets to the ball but Pogba does enough to put him off and the cross goes out of play.
39 mins: Brighton sweep forward in a rare attack but lose the ball just over the halfway line. It’s sent up to Fernandes who sends it out to Rashford on the left. Rashford gives it back to him and Fernandes tries to play in Greenwood but Dunk gets there first and boots it clear.
36 mins: The visitors are in total control, they’re playing with a confidence that’s built up since the restart of the Premier League.
Rashford takes a long ranged shot from the left edge of the box as the Brighton centre-backs drop off him. He doesn’t connect well and the ball spoons out of play.
33 mins: The Pogba/Fernandes partnership was the focus of the pre-match build-up and they’ve just proven it isn’t just talk. Man Utd look like a proper team again. One that can challenge for the top four at least.
27 mins: It’s been all Man Utd so far. Brighton are defending deep and when they do get the ball up to Connolly he’s got so much to do he can barely get to the edge of the penalty area before he’s overwhelmed by defenders.
24 mins: Rashford plays the ball into the box for Martial and the United striker wins a corner. Fernandes whips it deep into the box for Harry Maguire who heads it wide of the far corner. The players take the first drinks break.
When is it and what time is kick-off?
The match will begin at 8.15pm on Tuesday 30 June at the Amex Stadium.
How can I watch it online and on TV?
The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky One and Sky Pick.
To watch the match without a Sky Sports subscription, you can purchase a Now TV pass here.
Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford are all expected to start having been benched for the club’s FA Cup victory over Norwich. Both Harry Maguire and Bruno Fernandes completed 120 mins during the tie, although both are still expected to start.
Adam Webster is a doubt after being taken off with a hamstring injury last time out, while Tariq Lamptey required stitches after a clash of heads. Jose Izquierdo is still out with a knee problem.
Brighton: Ryan; Montoya, Duffy, Dunk, Burn; Stephens, Bissouma; Connolly, Mac Allister, Mooy; Maupay
Man Utd: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw; Matic, Pogba; James, Fernandes, Rashford; Martial
Manchester United: 7/10