Manchester United have played their final home match of the season and are winding down their campaign with away assignments.
Next up is a trip to face Brighton, who have enjoyed an impressive season and look set for a top half finish in the Premier League.
For those fans not going to the Amex Stadium, we’ve put together everything you need to know about how to watch the match on TV and online…
When is Brighton v United on TV?
Brighton v United will take place on Saturday 7th May 2022.
United won the reverse fixture 2-0 in February after Lewis Dunk’s red card and Cristiano Ronaldo’s screamer turned the tide after a poor first half display.
Brighton v Manchester United kick off time
The game will will kick off at 5.30pm.
That timeslot usually signs of the Saturday programme of Premier League matches, but Liverpool v Tottenham will start at 7.45pm.
Brighton v Manchester United TV channel
You can watch the buildup to the game from 5pm on Sky Sports Premier League.
The match is also being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD for customers who have that facility.
How to live stream Brighton v Man Utd online
Sky Sports customers can live stream the game via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices, including smartphones and tablets.
Highlights of the game will be available shortly after full-time on Sky Sports’ official YouTube channel.
Manchester United team news
Harry Maguire has been pictured back in training this week and Ralf Rangnick has confirmed that the England international will be part of the travelling squad.
Rangnick also suggested that Edinson Cavani will be fit and has been training this week.
Marcus Rashford has been ruled out and Eric Bailly is a doubt, although he has fallen down the central defensive pecking order anyway.
Luke Shaw, Paul Pogba and Jadon Sancho will also miss out, with Aaron Wan-Bissaka also a doubt for the game.
Our prediction: Brighton v United
Brighton caused United problems at Old Trafford and could have got at least a draw.
United go into this game on the back of four away losses in which they have conceded 12 goals.
The performance against Brentford was much better than what has been served up lately, and a similar display should earn a win here.
It is hard to judge this game between two sides whose seasons are effectively over. Will that provoke attacking freedom or a more drab game played out at testimonial pace?
Our prediction: Brighton 2-3 United