Manchester United 1/6 to beat Brighton in Saturday's Premier League game

Manchester United 1/6 to beat Brighton in Saturday's Premier League game

Manchester United have been enjoying a good season as they look to return to the summit of English football.

Both players made their much-anticipated returns to the first team for Jose Mourinho's men last weekend when they took on Newcastle United at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Pogba was particularly impressive in United's attack, returning after more than two months out with a hamstring injury by scoring a goal and recording an assist during the 4-1 win at Old Trafford last week.

However, following Saturday's trip to Old Trafford, where United have not lost since September 2016, Brighton will host rivals Crystal Palace on Tuesday night before then welcoming Liverpool. Despite their form, we are backing the home side to win with odds of 1/6 from Bet365.

"But this is a different level now and we have to raise our game. But these are the days you've worked so hard for as a team and it's what we got promoted for", he added.

"These types of games can be underestimated [by some] in terms of how hard they are, but we know as players it will be tough and we'll be ready".

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"So far we've fared well this season and we'll have to play at a good-enough level to do so again".

United will once again be boosted by the presence of Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and now Marcos Rojo for Brighton's visit, although only the former is likely to start the match.

"I want to play with the best players possible and Paul [Pogba] is one of the best". "We just have to focus on ourselves in matches", he said.

And by taking a philosophy of one game at a time, City can still be caught due to the unpredictable nature of the Premier League, says Herrera. "We can't think about our opponents or about the rest of the games, just think about Brighton, then Watford and then Arsenal".

"He said last season: 'I've come here to win titles.' And he came here, and we won three", he said.