Brighton’s Graham Potter wary over Manchester United hex at Amex

Brighton’s Graham Potter wary over Manchester United hex at Amex

Brighton’s Graham Potter wary over Manchester United hex at Amex

One, we've played quite a few good games against them lately and we know that we're competitive and have done really well against them and two, we have some really good momentum, we are building that and we're in good form.

David de Gea is certain to return in goal in place of Sergio Romero.

Since the restart, the Red Devils have stretched their unbeaten run to an impressive 14 games in all competitions and will be confident that they can extend the run against relegation-threatened Brighton.

United also beat Norwich City 2-1 in the FA Cup quarter-finals after the match went into extra-time and Graham Potter's side will hope they can take full advantage of Red Devils' exhausted legs.

He popped up in the box to net a dramatic late victor in the second half of extra time, and subsequently picked up the man of the match award.

The Norwegian boss told United's official website: "I think his performances on the pitch say it all".

"We've always got to look at improving".

"So, for me, I'm just looking forward to him getting more and more minutes. He'll get his sharpness from games".

"Sheffield United he did miss, yeah, one or two chances, but the goals he created I think that is what we are focusing on and I think Marcus is on his way to his best season ever at Man United".

"I have got no news, nothing, so it does not look like it".

Manchester United is now at the sixth spot in the Premier League standings with 49 points from 31 matches.

He added: "That's the normal routine for a Man United player. As soon as you sign for Man United you should be ready to play up to 60 games a season with a game every three or four days".

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