4-2-3-1: Predicted Mufc Xi vs Brighton - Hojlund starts, Amad in the Xi, Casemiro centre-half
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Image via: David Dixon/Geograph. CC BY-SA 2.0. OTF Logo added. Our predicted MUFC XI vs Brighton is now in, with the Red Devils looking to finish their Premier League campaign with a victory.

Manchester United Football Club have just two games left this season. Tomorrow's match against Brighton is the last Premier League game. It's the last chance to find some form ahead of the FA Cup final in a week or so...

A win here would make it back-to-back victories, though it's not going to be easy against a Brighton side who, themselves, have struggled this term. We cannot understate their overall quality, though, particularly due to our make-shift back line.

Erik ten Hag will have several team news dilemmas here. The likes of Marcus Rashford and Lisandro Martinez returned in midweek, though I still don't believe they'll come into the starting XI for this one

Anyway, let's give you the full run down of the side for this quietly-important match...

Check out our predicted MUFC XI vs Brighton in full here: Andre Onana starts in between the sticks as per usual, with the man from Cameroon looking to discover his own personal form again.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Diogo Dalot will be the full-back pairing for the remainder of the season after the recent Luke Shaw injury news. It's a less-than-ideal pairing but they're good enough to make it work. Jonny Evans has fought through his own injury issues of late. He will once again partner the out-of-position Casemiro.

Kobbie Mainoo will start in midfield here, probably alongside Scott McTominay, though an argument can be made that Sofyan Amrabat should start. Bruno Fernandes will complete the midfield trio.

Rasmus Hojlund should come back into the XI, with the now customary wing duo of Alejandro Garnacho and Amad starting on the left and right respectively.

Come on you Reds!

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