Cristiano Ronaldo was the pick of the players with his24th goal of the campaign.
United need four more points to ensure EuropaLeague football.
Ahead of Saturday’s late kick-off at Brighton, bothAaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire were spottedin full team training.
Wan-Bissaka has not been in the matchday squad forthe past two games with an unknown injury whileMaguire has been sidelined for the same period withwhat has been termed as a knee niggle.
Both were involved in Thursday’s training session, and could feature against Graham Potter’s sidetomorrow.
The fixture has been one-sided in United’s favour, but it does not tell the entire story.
United had to work hard for a 2-0 victory at OldTrafford earlier in the campaign.
Brighton came close to scoring on multiple occasions.
Bruno Fernandes finished the game with a latestoppage-time goal.
Last season’s visit of the Amex Stadium saw Brightonhit the woodwork on five occasions which is a leaguerecord.
United still won 3-2 after Fernandes‘ penaltyfollowing the full-time whistle.
The Red Devils were awarded the spot-kick throughVAR, and will be hoping for a clearer result this time.
Should United come on top tomorrow, they willregister an eighth successive win over Brighton.
It is unclear whether Wan-Bissaka will start at right-back.
He delivered a quality long ball for Anthony Elanga, who assisted Fernandes in opening the scoring.
Maguire has been a regular in central defence whenfit, but it remains to be see whether Ralf Rangnickprefers him over Victor Lindelof, who secured a cleansheet alongside Raphael Varane on Monday night.
The England star could be handled with caution withminutes off the bench.
The club-captain could ideally return to the startingline-up for the final game of the campaign at CrystalPalace on May 22.