Man United will get us underway in the Premier League when they face hosts Brighton & Hove Albion in an early kickoff fixture at the Amex.
This will be the second game for Man United in the league this season after losing 3-1 at Old Trafford thanks to Crystal Palace.
The 3-0 win away to Luton in midweek in Carabao Cup may flatter to deceive as Solskjaer had to bring on Bruno Fernandez, Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford to ensure a comfortable win.
The only expected big change in the squad may see Victor Lindelof pave way for Eric Baily as the club seeks to find a right partner for Harry Maguire in the heart of defence.
Against Brighton, they face a side that has already recovered from their 3-1 home loss to Chelsea – They have won two in a row since, beating Newcastle (3-0) and Luton (2-0) in league and Carabao Cup respectively.
The hosts will miss Yves Bissouma after the late send off against Newcastle but Adam Lallana looks a perfect replacement while defender Tariq Lamptey may also start as well
Who To Trust? Neal Maupay has been on fire for the hosts and will give Man United a big run for their money. Man United has won the last three meetings against Brighton including a 3-0 win here last season but I am going for a safe one – Both teams to score (Goal Goal).
*Crystal Palace Vs Everton – Draw
*West Brom Vs Chelsea – Over
*Burnley Vs Southampton – Home Win
*Arminia Bielefeld Vs FC Koln – Draw
*Augsburg Vs Dortmund – Goal Goal Yes
*Bayer Leverkusen Vs RB Leipzig – Over
*Monchengladbach Vs Union Berlin – Home Win
*Mainz Vs Stuttgart – Home Win
*Schalke Vs Werder Bremen – Home Win
*Torino Vs Atalanta – Over
*Cagliari Vs Lazio – Away Win
*Sampdoria Vs Benevento – Home Win
*Inter Vs Fiorentina – Goa Goal Yes
*St Etienne Vs Rennes – Home Win
*Marseille Vs Metz – Home Win
*Alaves Vs Getafe – Draw
*Valencia Vs Huesca – Home Win
*Elche Vs Real Sociedad – Away Win
*Betis Vs Real Madrid – Goal Goal Yes