....VS..... Date - Sunday, November 10 2019 Kickoff Time - 1400 Hrs GMT Venue - Old Trafford, Manchester League standings and form guide 10. Manchester United: DLDWL 8. Brighton & Hove Albion: LWLWW Previous Meetings Manchester United 2—1 Brighton & Hove Albion Brighton & Hove Albion 3—2 Manchester United Brighton & Hove Albion 1—0 Manchester United Manchester United 1—0 Brighton & Hove Albion Manchester United 1—1 Brighton & Hove Albion All-Time Record Manchester United wins: 7 Brighton & Hove Albion wins: 3 Draws: 2 Pre-Match Pressers Ole Gunnar Solskjær Graham Potter Team News Manchester United Eric Bailly, Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Diogo Dalot, Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matić, Luke Shaw, Axel Tuanzebe and Ashley Young ruled out. Scott McTominay and Victor Lindelöf doubtful. Brighton & Hove Albion José Izquierdo, Bernardo and Adam Webster ruled out.. Know the opposition Brighton & Hove Albion (nicknamed The Seagulls and Albion) are a professional football club based in Brighton & Hove. The club was first formed as Brighton & Hove United on 24 June 1901, and the name was quickly changed to Brighton & Hove Albion. The club took the place of a defunct club, Brighton & Hove Rover, in the Southern League In the Southern League they won their only national honour to date, the FA Charity Shield, by defeating Football League Champions Aston Villa in 1910. There had previously been Old Brightonians, representing the area in the FA Cup in the 19th Century. The club initially played at the Hove County Ground, with a few games were also at Goldstone Ground that was used by Hove F.C. From 1902 onwards, Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. and Hove F.C. shared the Gladstone Ground. In 1920, 19 years after the club was formed, they were elected to the Football League's new Third Division. Mismanagement brought Brighton close to relegation from the Football League to the Conference which they narrowly avoided in 1997 and 1998. A boardroom takeover saved Brighton from liquidation, and following successive promotions they returned to the second tier of English football in 2002, from then on playing in the second and third tiers of English football until the conclusion of the 2016-17 season, where the club earned promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history, marking the end of a 34-year absence from the top flight. Bighton's fans consider Crystal Palace to be their biggest rival with matches between them termed the M23 derby, and they play their home games at Falmer Stadium. Referee Jon Moss. Familiar Faces N/A.