Man Utd vs Brighton: 40/1 odds for a penalty to be given at Old Trafford

PUNTERS can back a penalty to be awarded at anytime during Manchester United vs Brighton at 40/1 with William Hill on Sunday.

United and Brighton are second and third respectively in Premier League for being awarded the most penalties this season.

MAN UTD VS BRIGHTON 40/1 FOR PENALTY TO BE AWARDED* (MOBILE ONLY)

The Red Devils have been awarded nine while the Seagulls have been given eight throughout this campaign.

You can claim a penalty to be awarded in Man Utd vs Brighton at 40/1 HERE*.

This offer is only available to new customers and over 18s only and you must sign up to William Hill using promo code 'EPP40'.

The maximum bet for this offer is £1.

And if referee Mike Dean gives a penalty at Old Trafford, you will be paid out in free bets.

MAN UTD VS BRIGHTON 40/1 FOR PENALTY TO BE AWARDED* (MOBILE ONLY)

There was controversy from the spot in the reverse fixture earlier this season when Bruno Fernandes struck a winning penalty in the 100th minute.

In the dramatic match on the south coast, United came back from behind to win a five goal thriller 3-2.

And we're expecting another intriguing clash on Sunday as Brighton are looking to claw their way out of a relegation scrap.

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