Everton need to regain their winning touch as time dwindles away for them to make a late surge to qualify for European competition next season. The Champions League remains in play but if they fail to beat Brighton and turn around a poor run of three without victory that glittering door could finally start to feel closed. Carlo Ancelotti’s side certainly don’t appear to be the same one that started the season so emphatically. Graham Potter will be hoping Brighton can compound Everton’s misery...
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The title may never have been a realistic proposition but a win against Brighton would give a healthy boost to wrapping up a top-four finish early so Manchester United can focus on trying to win the Europa League and FA Cup. Graham Potter’s side begin a difficult run to the finish line with Everton and Chelsea following this and a final three games against West Ham, Manchester City and Arsenal. The omens begin poorly as Brighton have conceded three goals in each of their past four meetings with...
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This may have been the night Champions League football became too lofty an aspiration for Everton, although things could have been worse. They arrived with a nine-strong injury list that would be augmented before the close and were on the rack for considerable periods, dominated by a Brighton side that deserved to win. A point was no disaster given that context but Carlo Ancelotti must discover some attacking thrust from somewhere if their season is not to fizzle out.
Manchester United could first curse and then thank their academy. Their youth system has supplied at least one player for every first-team squad since 1937, but when Danny Welbeck put Brighton on course for a maiden win at Old Trafford, their capacity to produce footballers for other clubs threatened to harm them.
Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood scored as the home side came from behind to beat Brighton in an intriguing game at Old Trafford 9.31pm BST
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