Manchester United have won each of their last seven meetings with Brighton & Hove Albion in all competitions, their longest ongoing winning run against another current Premier League side.
Manchester City’s Phil Foden has been involved in five goals in his three Premier League starts against Brighton & Hove Albion, scoring four and assisting one. The 21-year-old has scored more PL goals against the Seagulls than he has any other side in the competition (four).
Since Dejan Kulusevski’s first Premier League start for Tottenham Hotspur in February, no player has more Premier League assists than the Swede (six, level with Harry Kane). Kulusevski could become the first player to assist seven goals in his first 10 Premier League starts, with his six currently the joint-most.
Brighton & Hove Albion have never won a Premier League match in April, in 15 attempts (D8 L7). In the competition’s history, only Hull City (16 in May) have played more matches in a specific month without ever winning.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has scored 94 goals in 138 Premier League away matches – one more strike will see him become the all-time highest goalscorer on the road in the competition’s history.
Liverpool have scored 1,998 Premier League goals, and could become the second team to reach 2,000 in the competition after Manchester United.
Man Utd are on a five-match winning run over Brighton and have never lost at home to them in any competition (W11 D2).