Can Manchester United bounce back from disappointment when they host Brighton? Opta gives their statistical verdict.
"Chris Hughton has managed four away matches at Old Trafford in all competitions and lost all four without seeing his sides score a single goal."
Manchester United are 2.01/1 to win to nil.
Manchester United and Brighton haven't met in the FA Cup since January 1993, with United winning 1-0 with a goal from Ryan Giggs. United are 1.341/3 to win again.
The Seagulls have only won one of their 17 matches against Man Utd in their entire history (D5 L11), winning 1-0 in a top-flight fixture in November 1982. Brighton are 12.011/1 to roll back the years.
Man Utd have been eliminated from three of their last four FA Cup quarter-finals, progressing only in 2015/16 against West Ham after a replay; they haven't won a quarter-final without the need of a replay since 2010/11 against Arsenal. Brighton are 7.26/1 in the To Qualify market.
Romelu Lukaku has scored 11 goals in his last 10 FA Cup appearances - the only match he failed to score in of those 10 games was against Man Utd for Everton in the semi-final in April 2016. Lukaku is 1.9110/11 to score.
Jose Mourinho has won 14 of his 16 home FA Cup matches (D1 L1), winning all three with Manchester United by an aggregate score of 10-0. Manchester United are 2.01/1 to win half-time/full-time.
Chris Hughton, meanwhile, has managed four away matches at Old Trafford in all competitions and lost all four without seeing his sides score a single goal. Manchester United are 2.01/1 to win to nil.
Brighton have lost seven and drawn one of their last eight away FA Cup matches against top-flight opposition - their last away win of this kind was at Newcastle United in January 1986. The draw half-time/Manchester United full-time double result is 4.216/5.