Brighton take on Manchester Utd in the fourth round of the EFL Carabao Cup this evening as we bring you the latest Brighton v Man Utd live streaming news.
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What Live Streaming Channel is Brighton v Man Utd on?
The game is being shown on Sky Sports Football tonight.
Is Brighton v Man Utd Live Streaming on Sky?
Yes the Carabao Cup clash is being shown on Sky Sports Football. Manchester Utd fans can also watch rolling text commentary of the game through the official Man Utd website.
Brighton v Man Utd : What time does the match kickoff?
The match kicks off at 19:45 at the Amex Stadium, Brighton, England on 30th September 2020.
Brighton once again meet Manchester Utd in the space of a week as they face off in the latest round of the EFL Cup tonight. The sides met last weekend, with Manchester Utd coming out on top in the encounter, Bruno Fernandes coolly slotting home the winning penalty after the referee had actually blown his whistle for the end of the game.
The Seagulls looked set for a point in the game, however a VAR decision on a Neal Maupay handball from a last minute corner awarded all three points to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side – VAR is not in operation at this stage of the Carabao Cup.
It was a much needed three points for United following their disappointing defeat to Crystal Palace in the their Premier League opener and they come into the tie at the Amex having breezed past Luton at Kenilworth Road in the last round, Juan Mata, Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood all getting on the scoresheet.
Despite the result on the weekend Brighton boss Graham Potter will be pleased after a superb home performance – they now have another chance to face United in the Carabao Cup tonight.
The Seagulls come into the game on the back of victories of Portsmouth and most recently a 2-0 win over Championship side Preston – Alireza Jahanbakhsh and Alexis Mac Allister both finding the net.
As with these games there will be team changes to the Premier League sides, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer making ten changes in the previous round.
Graham Potter will also make a few changes in personnel for this one although German playmaker Pascal Gross should feature as he comes back to full fitness having played only 26 mins of Premier League football so far this season.
Manchester Utd are the favourites to progress to the next round at odds of around 8/11 to take the victory, although there maybe a few looking at the 3/1 available on the home win.
The action kicks off at 19:45PM.