Bournemouth vs Manchester United Predictions & Betting Odds – 2nd November 2019

Can Bournemouth strike down the Red Devils?

Bournemouth vs Manchester United Betting Tips – Premier League, 2nd November 12.30 pm

Bournemouth have lost their winning touch at the moment, but have taken three draws in their last four games and have been hard to break down at the back. Can they get themselves a good three points to lift themselves about Manchester United on the weekend? The Red Devils won at Norwich last weekend, snapping a four-match winless streak of league form. Read our predictions for Bournemouth vs Manchester United.

Bournemouth vs Manchester United Betting Odds*

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Bournemouth vs Manchester United Live Stats & Betting Odds

Bournemouth News and Form – Will the Cherries beat Man Utd?

One problem that has crept into the form of Bournemouth is a lack of goals. They have failed to strike in any of their last three league games now. Of course, that barren spell will come to an end, will it happen on the weekend. Last weekend the Cherries were held to a 0-0 draw at Watford and that leaves them with a D3 L1 record in their last four league games played.

Bournemouth 1-0 Correct Score


Bournemouth have taken a W1 D3 L1 home record for the campaign and they are on a three-match unbeaten streak of home form. They have tallied up the seven goals from their five home league games, picking up a clean sheet in just one of those. Bournemouth have been sat level at the halftime break in all but one of their five home fixtures (L1).

It was a 0-0 home draw that the Cherries played out in their last home fixture, which was against Norwich. That’s the only home game in which they have failed to score. Callum Wilson has scored three of Bournemouth’s last five league home goals. While they have been struggling to score, they have at least been pretty tight at the back. The Cherries have conceded one goal in their last three games only. Each of their last three have ended under 2.5 goals.

Bournemouth vs Manchester United Head to Head

Man Utd won both league meetings last season
Bournemouth are on a four-match losing streak against United
Both teams have scored in four of the last six meetings
The Cherries are winless in six against the Red Devils

Key-Facts – Bournemouth vs Manchester United

  • Man Utd have no clean sheet away from home this season
  • Bournemouth have failed to score in their last three games
  • The Cherries are unbeaten in three home games


Manchester United News and Form – Can Man Utd win at Bournemouth?

Manchester United landed their first away win of the season last weekend as they claimed a 3-1 success at Norwich. Given that the defence of Norwich, who are struggling near the foot of the table, has been poor this season, it’s hard to take a lot from that. But it was an important win for United regardless, it gives them something to build on. Manchester United are W1 D2 L2 on the road this season.

That was only the second time this season that United have managed to score more than one goal in a league fixture. Six of the last seven goals that the Red Devils have scored in this campaign have come in the first half of action. United have conceded 80% of league goals this season after the halftime break. So that is a pretty big trend.

The Red Devils are up to five goals away from home this season, having failed to score in back-to-back road games before the trip to Carrow Road. Manchester United are still looking for their first away clean sheet. Home and away in the top flight, the Red Devils have not taken one in their last five played. Away from home, their half time record is W3 D1 L1. They have opened the scoring in 7 of 10 league games this season, despite their overall lack of success.

Bournemouth vs Manchester United Tips & Odds

Bournemouth 1 goal winning margin at 15/4
Under 2.5 goals at evens
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 29th, 2019 at 1:15 p.m.)

Bournemouth vs Manhcester United Predictions

Bournemouth to win: The draw doesn’t look like a bad option, but perhaps pushing towards the home win is the way to go. This is likely to be close. More impetus should be coming from the Cherries with home advantage and they can sneak it by a one-goal margin.