The red devils take on Brighton and Albion at Old Trafford on Sunday in a late kickoff. In one of the last two meetings between Manchester United and Brighton, the red devils needed a extra time penalty to win the match with the match locked at 2-2. However, Manchester United have won all the last five premier league clashes against Brighton and Albion.
Manchester United were dealt a potential injury scare in the international break some players sustained injuries. Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood and Anthony Martial were added into the existing list of injured players. However, the red devils have received exciting news after their manager Ole Gunnar announced the return of key stars to training.
Edinson Cavani has been training all week and is expected to be in contention to start tomorrow. In an official statement Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed on Friday more returnees saying: “Marcus and Mason trained for the first time this morning. Hopefully, they can get through that today with no reaction for tomorrow. If they complete the session tomorrow, they might be available for selection.” The red devils will hope to see them in starting line up on tomorrow. This is a huge boost ahead of the busy April fixtures.
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