United also beat Norwich City 2-1 in the FA Cup quarter-finals after the match went into extra-time and Graham Potter's side will hope they can take full advantage of Red Devils' exhausted legs. The 24-year-old forward scored United's first league hat-trick since 2013 last week.
He added: "That's the normal routine for a Man United player".
Meanwhile, Brighton will come into this game with a great deal of confidence after a dramatic 2-1 win against Arsenal and a respectable 0-0 draw against third-place Leicester.
Paul Pogba is given a recall to start in midfield along with Nemanja Matic so Fred and Scott McTominay have to settle for places on the bench. Phil Jones and Axel Tuanzebe are the only ones that are not available for selection. Adam Webster will be a big miss for them although. Steven Alzate and Jose Izquierdo remain sidelined after suffering serious groin and knee injuries respectively. You play midweek, weekend, midweek, weekend... you do that all the time.
"You need competition for places at United". With seven games left to play, they will be looking to close the gap and get into the top four.
Brighton have also enjoyed a successful restart, with Neal Maupay playing hero and villain - scoring the victor against Arsenal and missing a penalty against Leicester - as the Seagulls have taken four points from their two games.
This time around, there will be a different dimension to the game with it being behind closed doors.
"My own personal view is that home advantage is significantly dropped because of the crowd", he said this week.
The match kicks off at 20:15 (BST) on 30th June.