How to follow United v Brighton
Manchester United welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to Old Trafford on Tuesday evening, for our second home game in just four days.
HOW TO WATCH
The game kicks off at 20:15 GMT, and is not being broadcast live in the United Kingdom.
However, you can enjoy pre-match buildup, blow-by-blow game updates, plus post-match reaction via the Manchester United App and ManUtd.com.
Two-minute highlights will be available two hours after the final whistle, which should be around midnight GMT. MUTV will broadcast the full game the following day (Wednesday).
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The extended highlights are now available - watch here for a comprehensive view of the match...
Edinson Cavani missed the lunchtime kick-off against Southampton due to a groin problem, and faces a race against time to recover for this game.
Shaw: Our full focus is now on BrightonArticle
United's left-back admits the Reds need to start winning games again - and quickly.
Graham Potter's team are the only side we are yet to face in the 2021/22 Premier League season. We should, of course, have played this game in the week before Christmas, only for a bout of COVID-19 to enforce the fixture's postponement.
Tuesday's match will be just the 27th meeting between the two clubs in all competitions, with United having won 11 of our 13 home games against the south-coast club. The Seagulls have never won at Old Trafford, and have lost all four of their Premier League visits to M16.
The most recent clash took place in April last year, where United won 2-1, after overcoming Danny Welbeck's early goal for the visitors.
United v Brighton is the only Premier League clash taking place this midweek, although Manchester City and Liverpool are in action in the UEFA Champions League. City visit Sporting on Tuesday, with Liverpool facing Internazionale at the San Siro the following evening.