Manchester United faces Brighton in a Premier League match at Falmer Stadium in Brighton and Hove, England, on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 (6/30/20).
The contest will be played without fans in attendance as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Here’s what you need to know:
What: Premier League
Who: Brighton vs. Manchester United
When: Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Where: Falmer Stadium
The two most successful teams in the FA Cup have avoided each other in the semifinals after Sunday’s draw.
Arsenal, a 13-time champion, will play Manchester City, and 12-time winner Manchester United faces Chelsea.
The matches will take place at Wembley over the July 18-19 weekend.
On Sunday, Chelsea advanced to the last four with a 1-0 win at Leicester, Arsenal beat Sheffield United 2-1 and Cup holder Man City defeated Newcastle 2-0.
Man United beat Norwich 2-1 on Saturday.
Norwich goalie Tim Krul made five saves after defender Timm Klose’s sending off in the 89th minute. But with three minutes left in extra time United center half Harry Maguire slid the ball home following a corner to finally crack Norwich’s resistance.
Earlier, midfielder Leander Dendoncker’s second-half goal helped fifth-placed Wolves move three points above United and two behind Chelsea in fourth spot in the Premier League. Chelsea and Man United have a game in hand on Wolves, while 19th-placed Villa stayed in serious relegation trouble.
United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjær left several key players out for the trip and his side was poor until the 51st, when striker Odion Ighalo reacted well to flick in a high ball with his boot.
Todd Cantwell was Norwich’s biggest threat and equalized in the 75th with a shot from just outside the penalty area which eluded goalkeeper Sergio Romero and swerved into the bottom corner.
Klose’s sending off for dragging Ighalo by the waist just outside the box handed United the initiative, but the inspired Krul kept Norwich in it until Maguire poached the winner.
United has won the competition 12 times — within one of Arsenal’s record — and last won it in 2016.
(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)
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