Brighton and Hove Albion will be looking to finish the season strongly after qualifying for Europe for the first time in their history.
Roberto De Zerbi has overseen a fine campaign since taking over from Graham Potter, with Brighton still with an outside shot at a fifth-placed finish.
To do that, they’ll have to win their final two games and hope Liverpool slip up on the final day.
They take on Manchester City, with Pep Guardiola likely to again rotate his side with the league title secure.
Brighton vs Man City predicte line-ups: Team news ahead of Premier League fixture
Here’s everything you need to know.
When is Brighton vs Manchester City?
Brighton vs Manchester City is due to kick off at 8pm BST on Wednesday 24 May at the Amex Stadium near Brighton.
How can I watch it?
Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch the match live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League, with coverage from 7pm BST. Subscribers can stream the action via the Sky Go app.
Brighton vs Man City predicted line-ups: Team news ahead of Premier League fixture
Brighton were boosted by the return to fitness of Joel Veltman against Southampton, with the Dutchman returning to the starting side at a right-back position that has proved troublesome in recent weeks. Robert Sanchez, displaced in goal byy Jason Steele earlier this season, is not expected to feature again after allegedly refusing to accept a place on the bench.
A host of first-choice Manchester City starters began on the bench against Chelsea, with Pep Guardiola opting to rotate with the title already secured. Guardiola could again give Erling Haaland, Kevin De Bruyne and co. a rest ahead of twin trophy tilts still to come this season.
Brighton XI: Steele; Veltman, Dunk, Colwill, Estupinan; Gross, Caicedo; Enciso, Mac Allister, Mitoma; Ferguson.
Manchester City XI: Ortega; Walker, Laporte, Akanji; Lewis, Phillips; Mahrez, Foden, Palmer, Gomez; Alvarez.
Manchester City play away from home in the league for the penultimate time this season when they face Brighton and Hove Albion today.
Julian Alvarez’s goal secured a 1-0 win over Chelsea in City’s last outing, but following Arsenal’s 1-0 defeat against Nottingham Forest, Pep Guardiola’s side were already league champions prior to kick-off. If City are able to win their last two games of the season, they will beat their points tally from last season by one point.
So, can City make it 13 league wins in a row? We simulated the clash to find out. To complete this simulation, we used FIFA 23 and updated the squads with the latest injuries and suspensions.
We predict that Brighton could set up in a 4-2-3-1 formation, with their line-up as follows: Steele; Gross, Dunk, Colwill, Estupinan; Caicedo, Gilmour; Enciso, Mac Allister, Mitoma; Ferguson.
Just before the break, Bernardo Silva levelled the score when Erling Haaland’s strike was parried into his path, allowing the midfielder to tap into an empty net. Jack Grealish replaced the injured Alvarez at half-time, and the Englishman made an instant impact as he turned Phil Foden’s cross into the net with a delicate finish in the 51st minute.
Grealish struck the post moments later before Haaland had an effort tipped onto the bar, with City catching Brighton out at the back multiple times. The pressure continued, and Haaland eventually got on the scoresheet with 16 minutes to go.