Predicted Lineups: Projected Starting Roster, Updates on Injuries, Comparison of Teams’ Records, and TV Broadcast Schedule

Arlo Gibbons


Brighton & Hove Albion are set to play Manchester City in their final Premier League game of the season, at home at The Amex Stadium. This game will be a defining moment for Brighton, who have already secured a UEFA Europa Conference League spot, but are seeking an upgrade to Europe’s second-tier competition, the Europa League. A win in either of their last two games, against Man City or Aston Villa, would secure their place in the Europa League, marking their first time playing in Europe.

On the other hand, Manchester City have already won the Premier League title and will be focusing on their remaining two final games, the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League. Despite this, City are likely to still provide a tough and formidable opponent for the Seagulls.

If Roberto De Zerbi’s team is looking to secure a win over Manchester City, they will need to look to players like Evan Ferguson. The 18-year-old striker has already scored six goals in the Premier League this season and will hope to add to his tally in the final game. Meanwhile, for Man City, Riyad Mahrez will be a key player to watch. The Algerian winger has already provided 10 assists in the league and has also scored five goals this season.

Brighton and Manchester City have met on 11 occasions, with City winning 10 games and Brighton winning only once. However, a draw in their last game would secure The Seagulls’ place in the Europa League, regardless of the result in their previous match against Aston Villa.

It is expected that Manchester City may field a similar team to the one they played in their last game against Chelsea, given the focus on their remaining two finals. However, a win for Brighton would certainly provide a morale boost heading into their debut European campaign.

The game will be telecast live in multiple regions and time zones, including India, the UK, the US, and Nigeria. For fans of both teams, this game represents a momentous occasion, with Brighton seeking to secure their place in the Europa League and Manchester City aiming to finish the season on a high note before their final two battles for silverware.


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