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The Red Devils will be looking to get some Premier League momentum under their belt after their comprehensive win over Leicester last weekend. Jose Mourinho was brave enough to make some necessary changes to the side and it paid off. They go into this one as one of the weekend’s banners as well because they have beaten Stoke in each of their eight previous Premier League home games at Old Trafford.

So the Red Devils are carrying a 100% record into this fixture and the reading can get even better than that. Across all competitions, United have won their last 13 home games against Stoke and are unbeaten in their last sixteen at Old Trafford against the Potters. The last time that United failed to score against Stoke at home was back in April 1976, which coincided with their last loss against them (1-0). So will United put in another strong performance at home in the Premier League as they do battle with the Potters on Sunday lunchtime?

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30th September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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Sunday brings around another big day of Premier League football betting and the action kicks off at Old Trafford at noon with Manchester United v Stoke. Manchester United hammered Leicester 4-1 thanks to some set piece power last time out at Old Trafford and the Red Devils will be looking to build on that to land back to back wins. There is a big trend running on this fixture in that United have won all eight of their previous Premier League home games against Stoke.

So they will be defending a 100% Premier League home record against the Potters on Sunday. United have won each of their last thirteen at home against Stoke across all competitions as well and have remained unbeaten in sixteen (W15 D1). So huge, huge form for the home side in this fixture. Stoke have been struggling badly at the foot of the table this season and they are still in search of their first win of the new term, having collected just two points from their six games played so far. It’s going to be a tough ask of them to get anything out of this trip to face Mourinho’s men.

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29th September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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Manchester United v Stoke Betting Preview – Premier League 2nd October

Manchester United will be looking to build on their big Premier league success of last weekend, when they tore Leicester apart in a 4-1 win over the reigning champions. That was a much needed response from the Red Devils after a sticky patch of form that they had gone through. The next task for them is facing up to the struggling stoke at Old Trafford on Sunday. The Potters, who have looked a real mess this season, have only taken the two points for the season but one of them did come in a home draw against West Brom last weekend. But is a trip to Old Trafford going to be too much for them to handle?

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Manchester United v Stoke Betting Tips

Dropping Wayne Rooney worked wonders for Manchester United last weekend as they blitzed Leicester 4-1 at Old Trafford. That was a much needed win for them and it snapped a two match losing streak that they were on in the Premier League. They have a great chance on Sunday to follow up that victory with another one as they are running in some strong form against the Potters. The Red Devils have won all of their eight previous Premier League games against Stoke at Old Trafford, so you can’t knock that at all. Given the way that Stoke are going at the moment too, this should be a routine victory for the Red Devils. Manchester United are a quote of 20/21 to win to nil and are a price of 3/1 to win by a 2 goals margin.

United are actually unbeaten in their last 16 home games against Stoke in all competitions, winning fifteen of those. They are on a 13 match winning streak at home against the Potters. Will Wayne Rooney feature? United have won five of the last seven in the top flight when he hasn’t started, but he has scored four in his last three at home against toke. Rooney is a 5/4 anytime goalscorer option, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic at 8/11 and Marcus Rashford at even money. While Jose Mouurinho has lost all but one of his last four Premier League matches in October, it’ll be a surprise if he drops this one. The game to go over 2.5 goals will fetch you a price of 13/20. Some good news for United is that in their most recent league title (2012-13), they started the season with four wins and two defeats (as they have this season).

At least Stoke stopped the rot of defeats last weekend when they played out a 1-1 draw with West Brom. They had lost their four top flight games prior to that and have gone D2 L4 from their six Premier League games this season. There’s little sign of a clean sheet coming from them and in each league game this season they have either conceded the one goal or have conceded four. Going forward themselves they have managed just the four goals this season not having managed to score more than one goal in a single match. Given their record at Old Trafford against Manchester United as well, is there really anything running in this game for the Potters?

Well, actually after failing to win any of their first eleven Premier League games against United, Stoke have won two of their last five in a W2 D1 L2 record, but those wins were at home. The Potters have shipped at least two goals in each of their last four visits to Old Trafford in all competitions, a total of twelve shipped in that sequence. So it is likely that they are going to come under some duress again and you can have a wager on over 3.5 goals for the game at a price of 13/8 with online betting site William Hill. Given the way that Stoke’s season has gone, and they have been extremely poor, this could get ugly.

Manchester United v Stoke Betting Odds

Man Utd 2/7, Draw 17/4, Stoke 9/1

Manchester United v Stoke Predictions

No reason to go against the grain on this one and Manchester United are value for the win, although not in the match outrights. Stoke’s defence has been calamitous and Ibrahimovic is value to get something on the board as he will be a menace in the air. Back United to take this by a two goal winning margin, they should comfortably get over the line in this one. Stoke just have very little to offer and are on a horrible run of form at Old Trafford.

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29th September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Manchester United

Manchester United v Zorya Betting Preview – UEFA Europa League 29th September

A big game for Manchester United from the perspective that they will be looking to bounce back after a loss on Match Day One of the UEFA Europa League. The Red Devils were taken out by Feyenoord, as Jose Mourinho’s men turned in a horrible performance. It’s likely that the gaffer will be changing things up in his starting eleven after they recorded a much needed win in the Premier League on the weekend. Manchester United are strong, strong favourites to take the win in this one, and surely this isn’t a game which they can fail in. That being said Zorya won on their UEFA group stage debut a fortnight ago, beating Fenerbahce.

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Manchester United v Zorya Betting Tips

Manchester United really blew their lines on Match Day One of the UEFA Europa League when they were beaten at Feyenoord. The Red Devils turned in a hugely average and flat display as they were beaten. So now with a look towards Match Day Two, the game against the Ukrainian side Zorya looks a formality for United. This is the first time ever that the two clubs will have met but United have faced Ukrainian opposition before. They are unbeaten in their six previous games against Ukrainian opposition (W4 D2) and the English side have won all three of their previous home games against sides from the Ukraine at Old Trafford. On top of that, they didn’t concede in any of those three home games, so Manchester United are a price of 8/13 to win to nil in this one. United are unbeaten in their last 11 European home fixtures with a W8 D3 record.

So the Red Devils have good European home form going since their last home loss in Europe, which was against Real Madrid back in 2013. But if you look at their form overall recently in UEFA Competition, it isn’t good. They have won just one of their last six European home games in a W1 D3 L2 record, which is well below par for them. It remains to be seen how interested they are in the Europa League, but this is the only major European trophy that United have never won. Up in the anytime goalscorer market you have Marcus Rashford who is probably worth a punt at a quote of 5/6 with the Wayne Rooney, who is likely to return to the starting eleven after being dropped on the weekend, is an even money price. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a 4/7 poke to net.

You can take a quote of 4/7 on the game going over 2.5 goals and there is a price of 6/4 on both teams to score in it. Is the latter worth a punt? Well maybe because Zorya have actually netted an average of just under two goals per game away from home in Europe. They aren’t highly experienced by they have scored goals and their seven European away matches to date have seen them go W4 D1 L2. This is their debut in the group stage of a UEFA competition though. Of those seven away games in Europe that they have played, they scored in six of them and they did come through for a position of underdog on Match Day One to beat out Fenerbahce. It may be a big step up through to win on the road at the home of one of Europe’s biggest clubs.

Manchester United v Zorya Betting Odds

Manchester United 1/8, Draw 7/1, Zorya 20/1

Manchester United v Zorya Predictions

There shouldn’t be too much for Manchester United to worry about in this one and that loss against Feyenoord should quickly be forgotten. United looked a much better side on the weekend without Wayne Rooney, but Mourinho is likely to shuffle things again as he did on Match Day One. It may just be one of those routine pragmatic performances and United to win by a two goal margin should have appeal.

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28th September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Europa League Betting

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It is down to the last sixteen standing in the League Cup now after the midweek round of matches. There are some massive ties to come as well in the fourth round and it has all left Arsenal as new 5/1 outright favourites to get their hands on the trophy. That is because they have been rewarded for their third round win over Nottingham Forest with a home tie against another Championship side, Reading, in the last sixteen. The Gunners are 1/3 to take the home win there.

It has left them are strong favourites now because of all of the other main contenders having been landed with a tough draw in the fourth round. There is a London derby in Stratford to come between West Ham and Chelsea. The Blues powered their way past Leicester In the last round, while West Ham just managed to edge past League Two side Accrington Stanley with a 1-0 home win. It’s all Premier League and Championship sides left in at this point. Chelsea go as 19/20 favourites for the clash at the Olympic Stadium, with the Hammers at 7/2.

The title of the round though is the Man Utd v Man City affair from Old Trafford. These two have already met in the Premier League of course, with City taking the win at the home of their rivals and now Pep Guardiola’s men will have a chance to dump Jose Mourinho’s men out of contention for a piece of silverware. Will that happen or will the Red Devils can some kind of revenge for that league defeat? They go into the game at 13/8 for the win, with City at 7/4.

Liverpool v Tottenham is the other major clash in the four round of the EFL Cup. These two will have a huge clash at Anfield, with both liking to get the ball down and attack and Liverpool are 6/5 for the match win, with Spurs at 11/4. This could be a cracking match up and really none of the big clubs aside from Arsenal have an easy path through to the quarter finals at all. Liverpool are running as 11/2 second favourites with Chelsea at 13/2 and that is on the back of neither of them having European duties. Man City and Man Utd are both 7/1 shots. Fourth round matches are to start the week of October 24th/

League Cup Winner Odds

Arsenal 4/1, Liverpool 5/1, Chelsea 6/1, Man City 7/1, Man Utd 7/1, Spurs 10/1, Southampton 16/1, West Ham 20/1, Newcastle 22/1, 40/1 bar

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22nd September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

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This is a cracking fixture to start off the Premier League weekend with. Manchester United need to drag and kick their way out of the slump that they are in after back to back Premier League losses. They were extremely poor last weekend, but will that prompt boss Jose Mourinho to take the necessary drastic action and shake things up, like play Paul Pogba where he needs to be and potentially drop Wayne Rooney as well?

This is a big game for the Red Devils and they do have the home form against Leicester to suggest that they may get close to the three points. United haven’t lost any of their last seven home games in the Premier League against Leicester with a W5 D2 Record. United Have also scored in each of their last 14 top flight games against the Foxes as well and with Zlatan Ibrahimovic having scored in his two league home games for United so far, the Red Devils may be alright.

Leicester have lost both of their away games this season in the Premier League, but they have been showing signs that they are getting stronger and getting back to their best. They have been producing the gaols and they have the killer pace on the break to perhaps trouble United at the back. The Foxes got out of Old Trafford with a point in the bag last season. Can they do better this time?

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22nd September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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Manchester United v Leicester Betting Preview – Premier League 24th September

A big start to the weekend here from Old Trafford. Manchester United have suffered some setbacks recently, while Leicester look to be finding their feet in the season. Can the Red Devils snap their two match losing streak in the Premier League or will the Foxes be able to go to the Theatre of Dreams and land a result there? They took a point away from their trip there last season and with them having the goals in them to perhaps upset the Red Devils, Leicester could be a nice underdog this weekend that punters will be supporting.

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Manchester United v Leicester Betting Tips

A big game for Manchester United and boss Jose Mourinho now as they are staring down the barrel off three straight Premier League losses. After losing their derby match against Manchester City, United slumped to a really poor loss at Watford last weekend, putting in probably their worst performance of the season. Nothing is working for them at the moment so will they be able to bounce back against Leicester on Saturday? Manchester United are unbeaten in their last seven at home against Leicester in league competition and have shipped just the four goals in total in that sequence of games. So that at least is going for them and the Red Devils have scored in each of their last 14 Premier League matches against Leicester too for a total of 33 goals.

Last season’s Premier League clash at Old Trafford ended in a 1-1 draw and you can have a shot at a price of 13/2 on that being repeated this time around as well. If you wanted to roll with United really getting back to impressive winning ways then they are a quote of 15/8 to win to nil in this one with Paddy Power. Jose Mourinho isn’t in great form as a club manager, having lost 12 of his last 23 league games as a manager. Prior to this, he suffered just 12 defeats in a sequence of 110 league matches, so is his Special touch waning? Jose Mourinho hasn’t gotten a win on the board against Claudio Ranieri in any of his last four managerial duels with him either. Zlatan Ibrahimovic has scored in his two home games for United in the top flight this season and is a price of 20/21 in the anytime goalscorer market with Marcus Rashford at 11/10.

Well Leicester seem to be building a bit of momentum now with a great win on their UEFA Champions League debut and a 3-0 victory over Burnley last weekend in the Premier League. They did turnout in midweek and lost at home against Chelsea 4-2 in a thrilling League Cup tie, but that having been said, they looked very sharp going forward, really on point as they always were last season on the counter attack. So the Foxes are finding the goals at the moment it would seem and there is a price of 4/5 with Paddy Power on the game going over 2.5 goals. The Foxes don’t have a great run of form going at Old Trafford, having won just one of their last 18 trips there, a win which came back in 1998.

Jamie Vardy has scoring form against the Red Devils, with three of his four games against Manchester United for Leicester in all competitions. Vardy is up at a quote of 9/4 in the anytime goalscorer market while Islam Slimani is 11/4. He netted twice on his Premier League debut last weekend and actually has netted 22 goals in 23 league appearances so far in 2016 (20 Portuguese Liga goals, 2 Premier League goals). That’s a pretty impressive return. Leicester’s form on the road in the Premier League has seen them lose both of their road trips so far and they shipped six goals in the process too. They aren’t as strong as they were last season at the back, but there are increasing signs that they are back at their best getting forward.

Manchester United v Leicester Betting Odds

Manchester United 13/20, Draw 29/10, Leicester 9/2

Manchester United v Leicester Predictions

This could get very interesting, because Leicester have the work rate and the pace to go and hurt a pretty static looking Manchester United. The Red Devils have put in some shoddy performance and will likely find the going tough against the energetic Leicester. There’s work for Mourinho to do and Leicester look at the moment as if they can roll into Old Trafford and pick up a point. Draw in the outright market looks tempting. Leicester are 11/4 in a draw no bet option too.

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22nd September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

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Manchester United have the chance to put a smile on the faces of fans when they head to Northampton on Wednesday night in the third round of the League Cup. The Red Devils are on a shocking three match losing streak having suffered back to back Premier League losses against Manchester City and Watford, as well as having lost their Europa League opener on the road at Feyenoord. It’s not been a good week for them.

Paul Pogba is taking a lot of flak for not producing after his big money move. But Mourinho has taken more because of tactics that are not getting the best out of the players that he has. So will he cut loose on Wednesday night and try to drive home a big win. He will not of course be sending out the strongest possible side, this is the league Cup after all against a League One outfit, so United should be winning at a canter.

The two sides have faced off just four times before in history, twice in the old English Division 1 (1965/66) and two FA Cup ties. The last time they played was in the 2004 FA Cup when United ran out 3-0 winners against the The Cobblers at Sixfields.

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19th September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Manchester United

Pogba 12/1 to land award and he could steer Red Devils to a Premier League title success

Riyad Mahrez was a 500/1 chance to win the PFA Player of the Year at the start of the 2015/16 season, although a series of outstanding performances in a Leicester City had the bookies running for cover.

The Algerian is a 33/1 shot to retain the award this time around although the Foxes might not have the same impact as last term and it is Eden Hazard who heads the betting market at 5/1.

Hazard was the winner of this award at the end of the 2014/15 season, with the Belgian producing some breathtaking football for champions Chelsea and it appears that the attacking midfielder is back in the groove at Stamford Bridge.

Hazard was clearly at odds with Jose Mourinho last term and now looks interested for new manager Antonio Conte, although much depends on whether the Blues can stay the pace with the two Manchester clubs.

Manchester United have largely been efficient so far in taking nine points from their opening three matches, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic bagging three goals and the Swede is unsurprisingly among the favourites to land this season’s PFA Player of the Year award.

It’s worth noting that this award is voted for by fellow players and there’s certainly a large degree of reverence for a striker who has arrived at Old Trafford to win silverware and not just for one final payday.

Zlatan is someone who commands respect although he could find himself nudged out of the reckoning by a player who cost the Red Devils the best part of £100 million to sign from Juventus.

Paul Pogba is currently a 12/1 shot although it’s clear that the Frenchman has the potential to be world class, while many a Juve fan will tell you that the midfielder has already achieved that level.

Pogba has an unbelievable engine which can see him power from box to box. He has great tackling ability, carries immense power and pace with the ball and his finishing is generally sound.

It’s clear that Mourinho will want to build a team around Pogba over the next few years and perhaps he will be winning the sort of individual awards that were commonplace in Italy.

Interestingly, Sergio Aguero has never been in a PFA Team of the Year since arriving in the Premier League and the Manchester City marksman doesn’t make a lot of appeal at 8/1 to win this season.

The Argentine has just been handed a three-match ban for elbowing West Ham defender Winston Reid and perhaps being a goal machine isn’t enough to land the ultimate respect of fellow players.

Arsenal pair Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez have both been on PFA shortlists in previous seasons, although much depends on whether the Gunners can challenge for the title, with the latter probably making the most appeal at 25/1.

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17th September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

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Well Manchester United may have the perfect fixture in which to snap out of the little slump that they have been on for the last week. Things went wrong for them last weekend in a poor performance against Manchester City in the Premier League and things took an ever worse turn when they suffered a defeat at Feyenoord in the Europa League on Thursday night. Now Mourinho’s men have to pick themselves up and try to bag themselves three points at Vicarage Road on Sunday against Watford.

But there is reason to be optimistic in this one for the Manchester club, because they have won each of their last nine league matches against Watford. That sequence includes each of the six previous Premier League encounters with the Hornets. United’s three wins in the Premier League at Vicarage Road have been by a one goal margin and so while things may be tight and little bit stressful for the Red Devils on Sunday they are running at 13/20 to take the win, with the Hornets at 9/2 for the three points.

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