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Manchester United v West Brom Predictions & Betting Odds – 1st April 2017

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Manchester United v West Brom Betting Preview - Premier League 1st April 3.00pm This probably isn’t going to be a particularly comfortable game for the Red Devils who have lost two of their last three at home against the Baggies. Mourinho’s men though are on a big streak of unbeaten form in the league but just before the international break, West Brom went out and put a convincing 3-1 win on the board against Arsenal. Can they upset the Red Devils too? Online betting site Bet365 offer great 0-0 bore draw insurance on matches which you can take advantage of. Place a pre-match correct score, scorecast or half time/full time wager on a match and if the game ends goalless then the bookmaker will refund lost stakes on the selected markets with a free bet. This applies to all matches in their sportsbook. Register an account with the award winning Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus from them and enjoy top features like live sports streams, extensive live in play betting and partial cash out options on live bets.

Manchester United v West Brom Betting Tips

Manchester United are currently riding an excellent 18 match unbeaten streak of form in the top flight, so naturally are going to be hard to pick off, especially on home soil. But they have only produced a W1 D3 record in their last four games at Old Trafford in the Premier League. The Red Devils won 2-0 at the Hawthorns back in December, but they have suffered defeat in two of their last three league home games against the Baggies. That was after going unbeaten in their previous seven against them at Old Trafford. Those two defeats aside, Manchester United have taken a clean sheet in three of the last five against West Brom. Manchester United to win to nil at Bet365 is trading at a price of 20/21. Only two of United's last eleven home games have featured three goals or more so under 2.5 goals has to offer some value here at a price of 19/20. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is still suspended, but Wayne Rooney has seven goals in his last 10 against West Brom and he is an 11/8 anytime goalscorer option, with Marcus Rashford as 6/5 favourite. United have gone W6 D7 L1 at home this season. Will the Baggies cause another upset at Old Trafford? They impressively took down Arsenal just before the international break, taking their current form to a W3 D2 L2 record in their last seven, so they aren't in bad form. It should be noted though that the four wins in that sequence were all at the Hawthorns and they have claimed just the one victory in their last eight league away games. To be fair they aren’t doing too badly in front of goal and both teams to score at Bet365 is a price of 6/5 which may be worth a flutter. The big attacking threat from the Baggies really will come through set pieces, where they excel. West Brom have scored more goals from defenders (12) than any other Premier League team this season. Just to highlight that, Craig Dawson has scored three of their last five league goals. Salomon Rondon is their shortest priced anytime goalscorer option at 10/3. A point out of this would be something of a victory for them, and they will have to battle hard for that with just the one clean sheet collected in their last seven league games.

Manchester United v West Brom Betting Odds

Manchester United 3/10, Draw 4/1, West Brom 9/1

Manchester United v West Brom Predictions

Draw: This will be a low scoring game most likely and with their success there recently, the Baggies can probably stick in there for a draw as United have drawn three of their last four home games. West Brom's win over Arsenal last time out will have filled them with confidence.
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Europa League Quarter Finals Betting 2017 Winner Odds & Predictions

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The final eight teams are left standing in the UEFA Europa League and the ties for the quarter finals will be played on April 13th and 30th. There is one British interest left in the tournament and that is Manchester United who have landed themselves a draw out in Belgium against Anderlecht. With the surprise fall of Roma in the last round against Lyon, Manchester United have become even stronger favourites at the head of the Europa League betting market. Will Jose Mourinho be able to claim the title for the second time in his career, thereby collecting the only missing major UEFA trophy from Manchester United’s vast collection?

Europa League Quarter Finals Betting 2017 Winner Odds

Manchester United 6/4, Lyon 3/1, Celta Vigo 6/1, Schalke 8/1, Ajax 12/1, Besiktas 16/1, Anderlecht 33/1, Genk 40/1

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Ajax (NED) v Schalke (GER) Both of these have won this tournament before so it is a clash of prior champions. Ajax landed their success in the 1992 season, while Schalke went all the way in the 1997 season. It’s fair to say off the bat that there isn’t a great deal of quality around left in the UEFA Europa League this season with some of the big clubs having fallen by the wayside. Ajax have actually won 12 of 14 previous home matches in Europe against German opposition so that’s a pretty strong record that they have going and they are 11/8 at Bet365 to win the first leg which looks some value. Schalke, who are a mid-table Bundesliga side and nothing more have actually had a solid Europa League campaign, getting past the likes of Nice and Monchengladbach. They have lost one of ten games in the competition this season which is the same record as Ajax have. So this tie is likely to be tight, and it will boil down to who will make the most of their respective home advantage. Schalke look the more likely to deliver and are 8/13 to qualify. Anderlecht (BEL) v Manchester United (ENG) Well the Belgians got the short straw in the quarter final draw for the UEFA Europa League. They have faced Manchester United six times before and from that they hold a W3 L3 record, which actually includes a 10-0 loss against the Red Devils back in the 1956/57 meetings (their record European defeat). Anderlecht’s record in England is shocking, having been to the country 15 times before and losing thirteen of them (D2). So they are winless on the road in England and with United steadily going through the motions in the competition, the Premier League side are red hot favourites here. The last time they went up against Belgian opposition was in the 2015/16 UEFA Champions League play offs and they won that 7-1 on aggregate against Club Brugge. United have kept six clean sheets in ten Europa League games this season and they are 11/5 at Bet365 to win the first leg to nil. They are overwhelming favourites at 1/5 to qualify from this tie. Celta Vigo (ESP) v Genk (BEL) This is the first meeting between these two and Celta hold a W0 D2 L0 record from their two previous games against Belgian clubs. The Spaniards have won only half of their ten games in the competitions this season and they have been vulnerable both home and away. However, they have won their last three away games in the competition with clean sheets and that should, at the end of the day, be able to get themselves past Genk in this quarter final tie. This will be Genk's 16th and 17th matches in the competition this season so they have come a long, long way to get to this stage and they have won seven of their eight home games in this year’s tournament (D1). They have been less convincing on the road so that will probably work against them in this first leg which the Spaniards are 2/5 odds on favourite to win. Celta Vigo will probably be able to open up a big enough lead in this first leg to count the Belgians out of the tie before kick off in the second leg. Genk went to Spain in the group stage and conceded five goals against Athletic Club. Lyon (FRA) v Beşiktaş (TUR) This is the first meeting between these two as well and it’s been a long time since Lyon faced Turkish opposition. Not since Champions League group stage matches against Fenerbahce in the 2004/05 season have they faced anyone from Turkey. Lyon pulled off an upset in the land round by seeing off the major threat of Roma and that has seen the price on the French outfit winning the tournament, cut. Suddenly because of that, they look more of a threat and with Besiktas having lost all three of their previous trips to France, Lyon have fired off sixteen goals in ehir four Europa League games this season including a five goal haul on aggregate over Roma. It is unlikely that Besiktas, who have no clean sheet in ten European games this season are going to keep the French side at bay. That having been said, they did land a win out at Napoli in the group stage of this season’s Champions League, but that was their only win in six games. Look for entertaining games to come out of this, but Lyon are justifiable 2/5 odds on favourites to qualify with Bet365 and there is plenty of meat on the bone at 15/8 on Lyon to win and both teams to score in the first leg.
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Middlesbrough v Manchester United Predictions & Betting Odds – 19th March 2017

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Middlesbrough v Manchester United Betting Preview - Premier League 19th March 12.00pm Boro are in big trouble now having fallen into the Premier League relegation zone after their long winless streak in the top flight. It has caught up with them and they won’t be backed to get three points out of this one having failed to win any of their last four at the Riverside against United. It’s busy times for United, but a good three points on the road keeps their hopes of a top four finish ticking along. You can earn a free £5 bet each at William Hill each and every week. Just place a minimum of £20 or more on football accumulators with four or more selections and you will claim your free £5 bet back. This offer does apply to select leagues and markets and qualifying competitions include all English and Scottish football leagues and cup as well as the major European leagues and the Champions and Europa Leagues. This is a great offer and you can get a free bet bonus every week! Register an account with online betting site William Hill and pick up £20 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them too.

Middlesbrough v Manchester United Betting Tips

Boro have pulled the trigger on firing Aitor Karanka and at this stage, they don’t have anything left to lose. They have put together a ten match winless streak in the top flight (D4 L6) which has seem them crash into the bottom three. It’s been a terrible slide and even if they were to pull off an upset in this one, it may not be enough to get them out of the bottom three. Middlesbrough have failed to score in six of their last ten games and they are without a league goal in their last four outings now. Boro have scored 19 league goals only this season, the same tally as what Everton's Romelu Lukaku has managed on his own this season. Boro have had fewer shots on target in the Premier League this season than anyone else and they are winless in their last 12 against Man Utd in all comparison (D5 L7). They have been resilient at home, with a W1 D3 L1 record in their last five on home soil, with three clean sheets in that sequence.  Under 2.5 goals at William Hill is trading at 7/10 as 38% of Boro’s home games this season have gone under the goal line. Overall this season at home in the top flight, Boro have gone just W3 D4 L6. The Red Devils are a price of 11/2 on them in the William Hill correct score market for a 1-0 result. They faced Chelsea on Monday and then Rostov on Thursday, and this is a noon kick off. It’s been a busy week and that has to be taken into consideration. They have scored in each of their last 14 away games against Boro but there is no Zlatan Ibrahimovic out for this one. That leaves Marcus Rashford as 6/4 anytime goalscorer favourite at William Hill. United have won four of their last six Premier League visits to the Riverside (D1 L1) and are unbeaten in their last seven (W5 D2) against newly promoted sides, keeping five clean sheets. They are currently running on a seven match unbeaten streak away from Old Trafford with a W5 D2 record and have taken a clean sheet in three of their last four on the road. Man Utd to win to nil at William Hill is 6/4. United are currently on the longest unbeaten run in the Premier League (17 games), while opponents Middlesbrough are on the longest current winless run in the competition (10 games).

Middlesbrough v Manchester United Betting Odds

Boro 11/2, Draw 14/5, Man Utd 4/7

Middlesbrough v Manchester United Predictions

Manchester United away win: The Red Devils will probably grind this one out as they tend to do. Mourinho’s men have won four of their last five on the road and can see off the limited Boro challenge comfortably enough.  
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Manchester United v Rostov Predictions & Betting Odds – 16th March 2017

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Manchester United v Rostov Betting Preview - UEFA Europa League 16th March 7.45pm The Red Devils collected a 1-1 draw out in Russia in the first leg and should seal progress to the next round now. It was as dull of a game as was expected in the first leg with Rostov not looking much of a threat and the poor surface of the pitch ruined any chance of a spectacle. United should be strong enough on home soil to bounce back from their FA Cup exit on Monday night, to book safe passage to the next round of the Europa League. They are unbeaten in 22 home games and have Zlatan Ibrahimovic available. Online betting site Bet365 offer great 0-0 bore draw insurance on matches which you can take advantage of. Place a pre-match correct score, scorecast or half time/full time wager on a match and if the game ends goalless then the bookmaker will refund lost stakes on the selected markets with a free bet. This applies to all matches in their sportsbook. Register an account with the award winning Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus from them and enjoy top features like live sports streams, extensive live in play betting and partial cash out options on live bets.

Manchester United v Rostov Betting Tips

Well the Red Devils saw their FA Cup dreams this season end on Monday night in a loss against Chelsea. Now they have to make a quick return to action on Thursday night in the UEFA Europa League against Rostov. There’s no let up in games for the Red Devils at the moment. The first leg out in Russia between these two was a dull affair which ended in a 1-1 draw on a dreadful pitch. But that is a scoreline which is fine for the Red Devils as they can drive home their advantage on home soil now. There is the away goal in the bag and United have remained unbeaten in their last 22 matches on home soil in all competitions, and it is unlikely that Rostov are going to turn up and beat them. United importantly have Zlatan Ibrahimovic available for this one as the ban he is serving is a domestic one. The big Swede is trading at 4/6 in the anytime goalscorer favourite for the game. Even though they blew their lead in the first leg United are still more than comfortable in this one. That was the first time that United had faced up against Rostov before and now in their ten meetings with Russian sides, United are W2 D7 L1 and at Old Trafford, that is W1 D3. United have won all four of their Champions League games at Old Trafford this season and have scored twelve goals in that sequence, conceding just one. In the Bet365 correct score market a Manchester United 2-0 win is a good 9/2 option in this one and a 1-0 return is a 5/1 quote. There is a price of 4/5 on Manchester United to win to nil in the game and that’s more than probable. Five of the last six wins that the Red Devils have recorded at home across all competitions have been to nil. United got to the last 16 in 2015/16, but the UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League remains the only major UEFA trophy they have never won. United hold a penalty shoot out record of W1 L2 in UEFA ties. This is a routine game for them. So to their credit, Rostov fought back from a goal down to hold this season’s Europa League favourites to a draw. They have suspensions now working against them and key player Vladimir Granat is out with a shoulder injury, just to make life at Old Trafford all that much more difficult for them. That first leg was the first time that they had faced an English side in Europe before so they are unbeaten technically against English sides in Europe. The Russians have gone just D3 L2 in their last five European away fixtures so there is nothing there to suggest that they are going to break out a win at Old Trafford. They have played only five games in the 2017 calendar year because of their winter break and they have gone unbeaten with a W2 D3 record in that, with three clean sheets. It’s just hard to see them doing enough going forward to get that goal that they have to go in search of to get themselves into the tie.

Manchester United v Rostov Betting Odds

Manchester United 2/7, Draw 4/1, Rostov 10/1

Manchester United v Rostov Predictions

Look for United to win to nil in this fixture. It should be that easy for them back at Old Trafford. There’s no need for them to bust a gut in this one in the midst of a packed fixture schedule and a solid win to nil will likely raise it’s head. There shouldn’t be any drama on their end because the Russian’s don’t look to be any kind of threat at all.  
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The highly anticipated quarter final clash in the FA Cup between Chelsea and Manchester United will be with us on Monday night. That gives Manchester United a little extra time to recover from their long Europa League trip to Russia on Thursday. There is a tough task ahead for the Red Devils in this one who face a Chelsea side who have won 15 of their last 16 home games across all competitions. Plus the Red Devils will be going without main man Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Chelsea thrashed Manchester United 4-0 in a Premier League meeting at Stamford Bridge earlier in the season and it is the Blues who are going as favourites in this one against the reigning FA Cup holders. Will the Blues continue their march towards a domestic double or will it be Manchester United who keep alive their hopes of claiming a treble this season after having already tasted success in the EFL Cup? The very next day will signal the start of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival and what better way to celebrate the arrival of the fantastic Festival from Prestbury Park than by enjoying a free bet! Open an account with William Hill and Bet £10 on Chelsea v Man Utd & get a £10 free Cheltenham bet! After signing up with the bookmaker go and place your qualifying stake of £20 or more at odds of 1/2 or greater on Chelsea v Man Utd (2017 FA Cup Quarter-Finals) – Pre-match or in-play bets only. Do that and you will receive a free bet of £10 to use for the Cheltenham Festival 2017 at William Hill. Only single bets qualify and any best that are cashed in will not count either. Free bets can only be used on Cheltenham Festival races on the ‘Race Card’ market (only on bets of 1/5 or greater) and the free bets cannot be used on other race market (Place Markets’, ‘Betting Without’ etc). The free bet will be available by 9am on Tuesday 14th March 2017 and the free bets will expire at 18:00 on Friday 17th March 2017.
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Chelsea have posted a W3 D1 record in their last four home games against Manchester United and that sequence of matches includes their big 4-0 win over the Red Devils this season in Premier League. The Blues have shipped only the one goal in total in their last four home and away against the Red Devils and when they last met in the FA Cup, back in April 2013, it was the Blues who won through 1-0 at Stamford Bridge in a replay following a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford. With Chelsea having won 15 of their last 16 home games in all competition,they are favourites for this tie. But Manchester United will be banking on Jose Mourinho coming up with something special tactically to pull off an upset. The former Blues boss will be relishing the chance to knock the Blues out of the competition, but they will have to do it without the suspended Zlatan Ibrahimovic. So no easy game for the visitors then, but they will be hoping that their solid defence can keep them in it at the Bridge. United had a long old trip to Russia for the UEFA Europa League as well in the week, so they are firmly playing a heavy underdog role on Monday night. Register an account with Coral and Bet £10 and Get £5 In-Play back from the bookmaker! This great offer from Coral is open to both new and existing customers. The promotion requires a 10 stake pre-match on Chelsea v Manchester United FA Cup betting and in return, Coral will reward you with a free £5 In-Play for the game! The promotion will run through to 19:45 GMT Monday 13th March. Online betting site Coral also offer a Bet & Get Club. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in their sportsbook, then on the Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!
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Chelsea v Manchester United FA Cup Predictions & Betting Odds – 13th March 2017

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Chelsea v Manchester United Betting Preview - FA Cup 13th March 7.45pm Chelsea go as favourites as they play host to Manchester United for the second time this season at Stamford Bridge. It was plain sailing for the Blues as they romped to a 4-0 win over the Red Devils in the league meeting, and they go as favourites to get the better of Manchester United again. The Blues have been in immense home form winning all but one of their last sixteen games on home soil across all competitions. Will the Red Devils, who will be missing the suspended Zlatan Ibrahimovic, be able to stick in there against Antonio Conte’s men and take a step closer to retaining their cup title? Online betting site William Hill are running a huge promotion for Chelsea v Man Utd betting which will reward you with a free bet for next week’s big racing! Place a £20 or more on the game and get a £10 free bet to use at the Cheltenham Festival 2017! Not only that, they will be running their Super Sub offer as well for the game where if the player you have bet on is substituted, your bet will roll onto the player who comes on to replace him, keeping your anytime goalscorer bet alive no matter what. Register an account with online betting site William Hill and earn £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them. FA Cup Chelsea v Manchester United 2017 Infographic

Chelsea v Manchester United FA Cup Betting Tips

So you have some strong home form running from the Blues at Stamford Bridge this season. They have posted a tremendous W15 D0 L1 at Stamford Bridge across all competitions. In all but two of their home games this season they have scored at least two goals as well and Antonio Conte has a full, strong squad to select from for this one. In the FA Cup this season, the boss has made substantial changes to starting line ups, but they probably won’t shuffle the pack too strongly this season. Chelsea get a five-day rest before their next game, whereas Man Utd are in action on Thursday night in Europe, making their selection a bit more complicated for this FA Cup tie. The Blues have won all but one of their last 10 FA Cup games on home soil, the one exception being that huge upset when Bradford beat them 4-2 in 2015. Chelsea have been to more FA Cup quarter-finals than anyone other side has in the 21st century (12) so they have pedigree. The Blues have also put together an 11 unbeaten match of form against Manchester United now in all competitions (W6 D5) and in their last nine against the Red Devils, Chelsea have conceded just three times. Chelsea to win to nil at William Hill is a price of 15/8 and in the correct score market, a Chelsea 1-0 is the shortest priced option at 5/1. Pedro has scored in each round of this season’s FA Cup and is a price of 12/5 in the anytime goalscorer market. Diego Costa and Michy Batshuayi are 11/10 options in the market. Both teams to score at William Hill is a price of even money and Man Utd have suffered losses in their two FA Cup ties with Chelsea since the turn of the century. The Red Devils have poor form running at Stamford Bridge with just a W1 D6 L11 record on the board in their last 18 trips there. But they haven’t suffered an away loss in the competition since back in 2013, but that loss came against Chelsea. Manchester United have had a packed schedule lately because of their EFL Cup, FA Cup and Europa League campaigns, but they are unbeaten in their last ten games in all competitions now. This will be United’s 46th game of the season, and only the 34th for Chelsea. Manchester United have drawn their last two games 1-1 which is a price of 11/2 in the William Hill correct score market. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is out suspended then for Manchester United because of his behaviour against Bournemouth in a recent league game. So his replacement gets a big chance and Marcus Rashford is a 5/2 anytime goalscorer option and he has four goals in his last six FA Cup appearances. Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial are 10/3 options. Manchester United have gone W3 D2 L1 in their last six games away from Old Trafford and in that sequence that have collected two clean sheets. Over 2.5 goals at William Hill is a 5/4 option for this game as United have scored in each of their last 13 games away from home across all competitions. Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has never lost an FA Cup quarter-final.

Chelsea v Manchester United FA Cup Betting Odds

Chelsea 10/11, Draw 5/2, Man Utd 15/4

Chelsea v Manchester United FA Cup Predictions

Chelsea have too much going for them at the moment to not back in this one. They have been in cracking form at the Bridge and with United’s busy schedule a burden, this should be a home win for the Blues. It may be worth having a flutter on both teams to get on the scoresheet but Chelsea are value to go just put the win on the board, as well as backing Pedro to keep his scoring streak going.
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Rostov v Manchester United Predictions & Betting Odds – 9th March 2017

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Rostov v Manchester United Betting Preview - UEFA Europa League 9th March 8.00pm The Russians look pretty lightweight and Manchester United couldn’t really have gotten much better of a draw. Of course they have a long way to go on Thursday night for this one and they will likely be rotating their squad because of big games coming up on the domestic front. The Red Devils have been trundling along in good form in the Europa League and have won their last four games in the competition to nil. So they should be able to avoid defeat out on the road even if they rest some key players. This is just about getting a professional job done before finishing the job comfortably back at home. Online betting site Bet365 offer great 0-0 bore draw insurance on matches which you can take advantage of. Place a pre-match correct score, scorecast or half time/full time wager on a match and if the game ends goalless then the bookmaker will refund lost stakes on the selected markets with a free bet. This applies to all matches in their sportsbook. Register an account with the award winning Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus from them and enjoy top features like live sports streams, extensive live in play betting and partial cash out options on live bets.

Rostov v Manchester United Betting Tips

There are certainly much tougher ties that Manchester United could have gotten in the UEFA Europa League, but the thing they won’t be happy about is the long trek out to Russia and the turf there doesn't look very good either. For Rostov, this is their first ever European tie against a side from England, so it’s a big occasion for them in taking on one of England’s top sides. They haven’t done bad at home this term at all, losing just one of their seven European home games with a W3 D3 L1 record (against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League group stage). Rostov have never been to the spring phase of a European campaign and this isn’t easy as they have been on winter break and only returned to domestic action last weekend. This will only be Rostov’s fourth game in 2017 so they aren’t likely going to be match sharp. In the last round they they hammered Sparta Prague 4-0 at home before running out 5-1 winners on aggregate in the time. It’s been a long campaign, with this being their 13th European game of the season. Manchester United don’t have a great record against Russian sides, as it reads only W2 D6 L1 and the away part of that for them reads W1 D3 so at least they are unbeaten out there. They have won each of their last four Europa League games with a clean sheet so are ticking along in solid fashion in this one and you have a price of 13/8 on Manchester United to win to nil at online betting site Bet365. Only once before has a side made it to five clean sheets on the bounce in the competition and that was Napoli. Manchester United made it to this stage in the 2015/16 campaign before getting knocked out and of course this is the only major trophy that they have never won as a club. It’s a long, long trek of around 3,000km trip to get to Rostov and then they will be back for Monday’s FA Cup quarter final against Chelsea. The last time that Jose Mourinho coached in the tournament, he won the trophy with FC Porto in the 2003 Final. The good news for Zlatan Ibrahimovic is that his three match ban is a domestic one and so he will be available for this one. So they may as well play him before he heads to the standings. It’s likely he will see some action and if the big man starts then he is trading at a price of 3/1 in the Bet365 First Goalscorer market. He will want to do all he can to help United as the final of this season’s UEFA Europa League is in Stockholm, Sweden. In the Bet365 correct score market there is a 9/2 quote on a Manchester United 1-0 while the 0-0 is a 7/1 punt. Manchester United are beaten in their last nine games in all competitions with a W& D2 record and they have gone W6 D2 in their last eight Europa League games as well and six of those they have taken clean sheets in. Under 2.5 goals is a price of 8/13 at online betting site Bet365. This is just about a tidy performance and then finish the job back at on home soil. Don’t expect a cracking match up.

Rostov v Manchester United Betting Odds

Manchester United 3/4, Draw 13/5, Rostov 4/1

Rostov v Manchester United Predictions

It’s a long haul trip for the Red Devils on Thursday night, one of the worst things they could have faced in the Europa League. Still, this is an easy draw for them and they should be good enough, even with starting eleven changes to put a win on the board in the game. Nothing wrong with having a punt on a Manchester United 1-0 correct score if you are looking for a bit of value. This isn't likely to be a memorable match up.  
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Manchester United v Bournemouth Predictions & Betting Odds – 4th March 2017

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Manchester United v Bournemouth Betting Preview - Premier League 4th March 12.30pm The Red Devils will be hoping to extend their good unbeaten streak of form in the Premier League as they took to try and put pressure on Arsenal for fourth spot in this Saturday lunchtime kick off. United start the weekend in sixth place in the top flight but they are keeping touch with the top four just about and have a game in hand over some of them. As for Bournemouth, they are on a big slump at the moment having lost seven of their last ten games. It may end up being easy pickings for the Red Devils, who will be full of confidence after their EFL Cup success last weekend. Online betting site Coral offer a Bet & Get Club for their customers. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in their sportsbook, then on the Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!

Manchester United v Bournemouth Betting Tips

Back in October last year, Manchester United went to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea and suffered a humiliating 4-0 defeat. But since then, they have put together a 16 match unbeaten streak in the Premier League, so impressive stuff from them. They are still in a great position to have a crack at the top four as well as long as they can keep their momentum going. United’s record in their last sixteen league games is W9 D7 and they also have a 100% home record against Bournemouth as well, with five wins from five against the Cherries at old Trafford. United have netted a total of 15 goals in those five games against the Cherries and have shipped just the on in return. So a comfortable win looks to be ahead for the Red Devils on Saturday lunchtime and three points would send them temporarily up into fourth place. United have gone W6 D6 L1 in the Premier League at Old Trafford this season, but they wins have started to come more frequently as they have gone W4 D2 in their last six home games. United to win to nil at Coral is a price of 5/6 and that should have some appeal. Jose Mourinho’s men have recorded a clean sheet in all but two of their last six league games and the last time that they conceded more than one goal in a match was in that 4-0 defeat at Chelsea last October. So they are strong and organised and you have a Manchester United 2-0 correct score at Coral trading at 11/2. United’s last two wins over Bournemouth have been by a 3-1 scoreline and that is an 11/1 poke to repeat itself. Zlatan Ibrahimovic once again rescued United as his goal won the EFL Cup last weekend and is trading at 4/7 in the anytime goalscorer market. He has scored just one goal fewer in all competitions in 2017 (9) than Bournemouth have (10) and he has now netted 26 goals across all competitions this season. No other United player has hit double figures yet. Wayne Rooney though has scored in each of his last two games against the Cherries and is 6/5 to net. This will be just the fourth Premier League meeting between the two with United holding a W2 L1 record after landing a 3-1 at Bournemouth over the opening weekend of the 2016/17 season. The Cherries have been slipping backwards and there is concern for them about getting sucked into the relegation zone if it continues. They are on a four match losing streak and they have gone only D2 L5 in their last seven league games. Defensively they have been a train-wreck lately and they have conceded at least two goals in nine of their last ten league games. The Cherries have gone W1 L6 in their last seven away from the Vitality and they are currently on a three match losing streak out on the road in the top flight. The last time that Bournemouth lost five league matches on the bounce was back in March 2013 when they were down in League One. Bournemouth have collected fewer league points in 2017 than any other Premier League side and they have conceded 20 goals this year in the league, seven more than any other team has done. Both teams to score in this one is a price of 11/10 as the Cherries have scored in their last two against United. Incidentally, the Red Devils will become the first side ever to collect 600 Premier League wins if they are triumphant in this one.

Manchester United v Bournemouth Betting Odds

Manchester United 2/9, Draw 5/1, Bournemouth 12/1

Manchester United v Bournemouth Predictions

It is hard to see Bournemouth stopping the rot as they make their way to Old Trafford. United have only lost one of 23 games this season on home soil across all competitions and with the Cherries leaking goals badly, this should be a comfortable three points for Manchester United. They aren’t value in the match outright, so look for them to take the win by a two goal margin as they did on their last home game against the Cherries.  
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