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International Champions Cup Betting 2017 – Fixtures & Odds

Football Betting
The tournament that isn’t a tournament is back for the summer and that is the International Champions Cup. This is just a bunch of friendly matches involving a host of European clubs, including Premier League clubs, and it is staged over three different countries. The games will be played in the USA, China and in Singapore and really there isn’t a title to win. Each team plays around three matches and it’s not a round robin format where everyone plays everyone else. So while there really isn’t anything at stake, these are high-profile friendly matches. Involved from the English Premier League is Manchester City, Manchester United, Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea. United, City and Spurs are playing out in the USA, while Arsenal are over in China and Chelsea are appearing in Singapore. In total there are fifteen teams taking part over the course of around two weeks. This is actually going to be a little more important to the English clubs taking part because their domestic season kicks off earlier than their European counterparts. The first round of fixtures are played on July 19th and the final games are played on July 30th. A bit of history. The International Champions Cup was started as a pre-season money spinner back in 2013 and the early editions feature eight teams which were split into two simple groups of four. But then the tournament grew to include different numbers of teams and the event was spread out over different location across the globe. The first edition though had a really complicated set up which was scrapped for the following season and the winner of the group from each location was determined after each team has played three matches. Those two group winners met in the final to decide the title. The 2015 edition, which was hosted in three different locations, just saw the group winner of each location crowned champion. Last year was the same way too, but some teams played fewer games than others so it’s all a bit of mess. It will be the same way again. USA Roma, Paris St Germain, Manchester United, Manchester City, Juventus, Barcelona, Tottenham, Real Madrid China Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Inter Milan, Milan, Lyon, Arsenal Singapore Bayern Munich, Inter Milan Chelsea

International Champions Cup Promotion

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International Champions Cup Preview

The USA action kicks off with Roma v PSG on July 19th but then on the 20th you are looking at a big English showdown of Manchester United v Manchester City. These two were set to meet in China last summer but it got rained off much to everyone's annoyance. This will be a good chance for the two clubs to show off their new summer signings and this will be one of the feature matches of the tournament. Manchester United will go on to face big challenges in Real Madrid and Barcelona, while the Citizens go on to play Real Madrid and Tottenham. Other notable big clashes are Juventus v Barcelona on July 22nd while we even get to have a look at a pre-season El Clasico between Real Madrid v Barcelona which goes down on July 29th and that will be one to look forward to. Spurs will open against PSG before facing up to Roma and then that English battle against Man City. Over in China, Arsenal will be playing, but as is the nature of this tournament, the Gunners only get the one game which is against Bayern Munich on July 19th. So that is all the participation that the Gunners are going to have and that’s a long way to go for that one game. Bayern Munich will also face AC Milan out in China and then they will over to Singapore. So that is the truncated action in China with just the four matches being played. Then in Singapore, you have Chelsea taking on Bayern Munich in their opener which is going to be a high profile showdown. The Premier League champions then go on to meet up with Inter Milan. The one other game in Singapore is Bayern Munich v Inter Milan, so as you can see most of the action will be going down in the USA.

USA International Champions Cup Fixtures

July 19th - Roma v PSG July 20th - Man Utd v Man City July 22nd - Juventus v Barcelona July 22nd - PSG v Spurs July 23rd - Real Madrid v Man Utd July 25th - Spurs v Roma July 26th - Barcelona v Man Utd July 26th - Man City v Real Madrid July 29th - Man City v Spurs July 29th - Real Madrid v Barcelona July 30th - Roma v Juventus

China International Champions Cup Fixtures

July 18th - Milan v Borussia Dortmund July 19th - Bayern Munich v arsenal July 22nd - Bayern Munich v Milan July 24th - Inter Milan v Lyon

Singapore International Champions Cup Fixture

July 25th - Chelsea v Bayern Munich July 27th - Bayern Munich v Inter Milan July 29th - Chelsea v Inter Milan

International Champions Cup Predictions

Don’t bother with outcomes in each of the three sections in terms of champions, because that doesn’t matter and you have to remember that this is all pre-season stuff when managers are just going to be looking at squads and protecting their key players as much as possible ahead of the new season. So while you will see new signings appearing, it’s not going to be a full-blooded contest between all of these European giants. The best way to approach your International Champions Cup 2017 betting at bet365 is just enjoying the individual match betting and this is where live in-play betting is going to be big because you can see who is in the starting line ups and who is actually bothering to put in a good shift on the day.
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Wayne Rooney 6/4 to score against Man Utd next season in EPL

Premier League Betting
Wayne Rooney’s return to Goodison Park has caught a lot of media attention. He has gone back to his boyhood club after the Toffees sold Romelu Lukaku on to Manchester United. While Rooney’s return to Goodison Park will delight the player, there is going to be pressure on him to perform and after only netting five league goals for Manchester United last season, Rooney will have to work hard to rediscover his scoring touch. It may very well be that Rooney ends up being second fiddle up front to whoever the Toffees go out and spend money on to replace Lukaku. Bet365 have quoted 6/4 on Rooney to score a goal against Manchester United next season in the Premier League bit he is an odds on price of 8/11 with the bookmaker to score less than nine league goals this season. He is 11/10 to over that mark. As a teenager with Everton, he scored only 17 goals in 77 appearances for them in the league so wasn’t prolific for the club. Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud has been touted as a potential replacement for Lukaku and it could end up being the case that much like last season, Rooney finds himself on the bench a lot. Giroud is as short as 5/4 to join the Toffees in the summer with the Gunners making a bid for Alexandre Lacazette. But going back to Rooney, he brings precious experience and leadership to the Toffees who have been on a bit of a spending spree this season. Rooney could make his debut in Everton's home match against Stoke on the opening weekend of the 2017/18 Premier League season and he's a price of 7/4 to net in the game. The other question is, will the move boost Rooney’s chance of getting back to the international scene? Certainly more games would help him out and he is 3/1 to be with England at the World Cup 2018 next summer in Russia. Bet365 have him at 100/1 to be the Premier League top scorer next season. Take advantage of some fantastic football betting products available at online betting site Bet365. For starters, there is their great 0-0 bore draw insurance available on all matches which offers great protection on your pre-match correct score, scorecast or half-time/full-time wagers. There are great each-way first goalscorer odds to be taken as well and you can enjoy extensive live in-play football betting as well as live streams from some of Europe’s top leagues. With cash out and partial cash out options available as well, sign up for an account with Bet365 and enjoy a 100% matched deposit bonus from them to get in on the action!
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Wayne Rooney slashed at Ladbrokes to make Everton return

Wayne Rooney
There seems to be growing speculation that Wayne Rooney is heading away from Manchester United this summer. While he wasn’t a regular last season, having spent a lot of time warming the bench under Jose Mourinho's tutelage, on Monday, the club launched off their new shirt with him in attendance, but that hasn’t stopped the price on him leaving the club to join Everton, being trimmed. He is now shorter than ever at bookmaker Ladbrokes to go and rejoin Everton this summer, which is where the root of the speculation lies. The bookmaker reported seeing a flurry of bets on Rooney making a switch back to Everton on Monday, so much so that they had to trim the price on him from 9/4 down to just 1/5. A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “Punters have been piling in on a Rooney reunion at Goodison Park this summer. “The odds have never been shorter and our traders will soon be closing the book if they continue to tumble.” Rooney left Everton in 2004 for a sum of £25m, making 559 appearances for the Red Devils, scoring a record-breaking 253 goals for them. A move to any Chinese Super League club for Rooney is a price of 5/2 while he is 5/1 to go off to the MLS.

Wayne Rooney – Club at the end of the Summer Transfer Window 2017

Everton – 1/5 Any Chinese club – 5/2 Any MLS club – 10/1 AC Milan – 12/1 Stoke – 16/1 Celtic – 25/1 Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.
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Ladbrokes Ajax v Manchester United Money Back Special offer

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It is Ajax v Manchester United for the UEFA Europa League title this year and the game kicks off in Stockholm, Sweden on Wednesday night. It should be a great occasion with the enterprising and talented young Ajax side taking on the more methodical and cautious Red Devils outfit. Which will win out on the day? From the four previous meetings between the two clubs in European competition, the head to head stands at two wins each and we should be in for a tense 90 minutes (at least). Online betting site Ladbrokes are offering a tremendous money back special offer for the Europa League Final 2017 and it is an offer which all customers, both new and existing can take advantage of. If the Ajax v Manchester Utd match on Wednesday 24th May ends as a draw in 90 minutes, then Ladbrokes will refund losing bets on that match up to ÂŁ25 per market, as Free Bets. This Money Back Special offer from Ladbrokes is only for bets placed on Ajax v Manchester United on the following markets before kick-off: Correct Score, First Goalscorer & Half-Time/Full-Time. This offer also only applies to the first losing bet on each market, up to ÂŁ25 per customer and applies to 90 minutes betting only.

Manchester United Boost

On top of that, Ladbrokes are running a couple of price boosts for the game as well. You can take a quote of 11/4 on Man Utd to win & 3 or more goals in the match. The regular odds on this market selection was 9/4 and this applies to 90 minutes only.

Marcus Rashford boost

Ladbrokes have boosted Marcus Rashford to score 2 or more goals which has come up from 13.2 to a boosted price of 8/1. This applies to 90 minutes only. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free ÂŁ50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a ÂŁ50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run 5-team (or bigger) accumulator insurance as well on selected matches on the Match Betting Market where you will get MONEY BACK as a free bet up to ÂŁ25 if one team lets you down.
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Coral offer Ajax v Manchester United Double Winnings

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The young Dutch outfit that is Ajax have been taking plenty of backing ahead of Wednesday night’s Stockholm showdown against Manchester United in the UEFA Europa League Final. They are a young and thrilling side and boast some of the best youth talents around in Europe at the moment. This game will be played 22 years to the very day that Ajax last won a major European trophy as well. After failing to get into the top four in the Premier League (well, they pretty much gave up on that to focus on the Europa League) this is a must-win game for the Red Devils. This gives them a place in next season’s UEFA Champions League and for monetary reasons and the lure in signing big names in the summer, that is something of a must for Mourinho's men. Their head to head record from their four previous games against Ajax is two wins and two defeats. This should be a great battle. Double your winning at Coral in Ajax v Manchester United betting if your team wins both halves of the match! This Win Win Get In offer at Coral is open to both new and existing customers. Place your single bet of £5+ on the 90-minute Match Result market in Wednesday's Europa League final before kick-off and if your team wins both halves (wins the first half AND wins the second half), Coral will double your winnings as a free bet up to £100. The offer is open until kick-off in the match and this offer does not apply to in-play bets. The maximum free bet is £100 per customer and there is one free bet per customer per match. Applies to the first real money bet of £5+ placed on 90-minute match winner market. Online betting site Coral offers 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 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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Boylesports offer Double Winnings in Ajax v Manchester United betting

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On Wednesday night we will see whether or not Jose Mourinho’s gamble of putting all of his stock in winning the Europa League this season pays off. This is Manchester United’s route into next season’s Champions League if they can land the victory in Stockholm on Wednesday night as they take on Ajax. If they fail, it will be another season of Europa League football for them next term. Manchester United will be under threat from a very exciting and talented young Ajax side. The Dutch club are looking to win their first European title for 22 years and actually, this game falls 22 years to the date since they claimed their last European trophy. So is that an omen for them? Manchester United are looking to join an exclusive club of having made a sweep of all of UEFA’s major club titles. Get Double Winnings at Boylesports as a free bet if the crossbar is hit in Ajax v Man United. This offer applies to all markets as a free bet if either side hits the crossbar and customer must opt-in to receive the offer. The maximum stake is £20 per customer with a maximum bonus per customer being a £500 free bet. Applies to all winning single bets over all pre-match markets and there is one qualifying bet per customer (first bet placed on match). The initial stake will be paid out in cash with the winnings doubled as a free bet and the ball must rebound back into active play off the crossbar, the side posts do not qualify for this offer. Applies to 90 minutes only in Ajax v Manchester United, extra time does not qualify. This offer is open to both new and existing customers. Register an account with Boylesports and place a bet of £10 or more at odds of EVENS (2.0) or greater, and receive £30 in FREE BETS.
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Ajax v Manchester United Predictions & Betting Odds – 24th May 2017

Pogba (Manchester United)
Ajax v Manchester United Betting Preview - UEFA Europa League 24th May 7.45pm Manchester United are in with the chance of making a clean sweep of the major UEFA trophies. They go into the UEFA Europa League Final on Wednesday against Ajax looking to complete the full set, this one the only major trophy having avoided them in their club history. The previous head to head between these two stands even so it could be close. Manchester United are playing for a Champions League place next season as well as the trophy. You can earn a free ÂŁ5 bet each at William Hill each and every week. Just place a minimum of ÂŁ20 or more on football accumulators with four or more selections and you will claim your free ÂŁ5 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 ÂŁ20 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them too. Ajax v Manchester United 2017 Infographic

Ajax v Manchester United Betting Tips

Manchester United have put all of their stock into winning this game. They have sacrificed and end-of-season Premier League run-in to try and shoot for this big prize. On offer for the Red Devils is not only the chance to complete the sweep of major UEFA titles with a win on Wednesday night (joining an exclusive club of just Ajax, Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Juventus) but a win secures them a place in the UEFA Champions League next season. It would be their third trophy too of the season having won both the Community Shield and EFL Cup. If they lose on Wednesday, they will be back in the Europa League next term. Manchester United are unbeaten in ten European matches (W7 D3) since a 2-1 loss at Fenerbahçe in this season's UEFA Europa League group stage. But they were made to work in their knockout stages by Rostov, Anderlecht and Celta Vigo and the final could be tight. Manchester United, after a slow start in the campaign, have gotten to the final with a W8 D4 L2 record in this season's’ Europa League and have gone W3 D2 L2 on the road which isn’t terrific. Will they handle the pressure away from Old Trafford? The Red Devils will miss Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who made his professional breakthrough at Ajax. Marcus Rashford and Wayne Rooney are 8/5 joint-favourites in the William Hill anytime goalscorer market. Manchester United have lost their last three UEFA Finals and they have actually not won an international club final in 90 minutes since a 1-0 win over Palmeiras in European/South American Cup in November 1999, as if anyone remembers or cares. This is the first UEFA final for Ajax since a penalty shoot out loss to Juventus in the 19896 Champions League Final. Incidentally, this game is happening 22 years to the day since Ajax claimed their last major European trophy, overcoming AC Milan 1-0 in the 1995 UEFA Champions League final. Ajax are a very good young side. They are bright and very positive as well which could trouble United. The Amsterdam club are looking for their first piece of silverware for 22 years. Ajax failed to get out of the UEFA Champions League qualifiers this season, so ended up in the Europa League where they went unbeaten over their first eight games of the competition (W5 D3). Overall in the competition, this season they have produced a W8 D3 L3 record and most of their troubles have been on the road. They did win all of their home games in their run to the final, but away from Amsterdam, they struggled, failing to win any of their last six (D3 L3) and losing their last three on the road. Will that be a telling factor on Wednesday night? Under 2.5 goals at William Hill is a price of 4/6 and that has happened in three of the last four meetings between the two clubs. The last time that Ajax and Manchester United faced up against one another was in the 2012 Europa League, with the two clubs trading away wins. Ajax have scored one more Europa League goal than United have done this season, but have conceded a whopping 15 to United’s eight. The Dutch club have had more attempts on goal than any other side in this seasons’ competition though and will carry that attacking threat. Kasper Dolberg and Davy Klaassen who are 9/4 and 3/1 respectively in the anytime goalscorer market will ask questions of the United defence. This is the fifth meeting between Ajax and United and the past four have produced two wins each. Both teams to score at William Hill is a quote of 3/4. Spanish clubs (Atletico Madrid and Sevilla between them) have won five of the last seven editions of the UEFA Europa League, the last Dutch side to do so being Feyenoord in 2002 and the last English side to do so being Chelsea in 2013.

Ajax v Manchester United Betting Odds (90 mins)

Manchester United 3/4, Draw 13/5, Ajax 15/4

Ajax v Manchester United Betting Odds To Lift Trophy

Manchester United 1/2, Ajax 13/8

Ajax v Manchester United Predictions

Manchester United to win: This is probably going to be tight and Untied, have been focusing hard on this game. They have a knack of nullifying opponents and they can do that the young and less experienced Ajax side in Stockholm. Look for United to grind out by nothing more than a one goal margin.
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Europa League Final Betting 2017 Winner Odds & Predictions

Romero (Manchester United)
Wednesday night in Stockholm will see Manchester United and Ajax come together in the final of the UEFA Europa League. This may be a tight contest between the two European giants and the head to head between them stands even at two wins apiece as well. For Manchester United, they go into this not only looking for their first Europa League/UEFA Cup title in their history but also hinging on this one is a place in next season’s UEFA Champions League. Will they have a big night out in Sweden or will the Sons of God spoil the end of their season? William Hill’s Super Sub offer is a great way to cover your anytime goalscorer wager on a match. This offer only applies to selected live matches and if the player you have backed in the anytime goalscorer market is substituted and has not scored, then the bet rolls over onto the player who has come on to replace him. If that replacement player scores in the match then you will get paid out at the original price on your initial selection! This is a tremendous promotion from the bookmaker and when you open an account with William Hill you can earn a £20 free bet as a welcome bonus from the bookmaker!

Ajax v Manchester United Betting Odds (90 mins)

Manchester United 3/4, Draw 13/5, Ajax 15/4

Ajax v Manchester United Betting Odds To Lift Trophy

Manchester United 1/2, Ajax 13/8 Ajax v Manchester United 2017 Infographic Manchester United can join an exclusive club which contains just Ajax, Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Juventus as clubs who have won all of UEFA’s major trophies. So that is a nice piece of history potentially ahead for them. A victory on Wednesday night in Stockholm also gives Manchester United the prize they so badly want for next season, that being UEFA Champions League football. They gave up a Premier League campaign in shooting for a top four finish to put all of their eggs in this UEFA Europa League basket. A risky move from Jose Mourinho, so will it all pay off for them on Wednesday night? It’s a tricky game for them because Ajax are a powerful, young and enterprising side as they showed in their semi-final victory over the free-scoring Lyon. That was a big test for the Dutch side and they came through it. Ajax have scored one goal more than United have done in reaching the UEFA Europa League Final this season, but at the back, United are on top having conceded seven goals fewer than Ajax have done to get to this stage. It’s arguable though that United have faced far fewer attacking threats along the way than Ajax have. The game to go under 2.5 goals is trading at a price of 4/6 with William Hill. Incidentally, this game is happening 22 years to the day since Ajax claimed their last major European trophy, overcoming AC Milan 1-0 in the 1995 UEFA Champions League final. Is that an omen for the Dutch club going into this one? This is the first UEFA final for Ajax since a penalty shoot out loss to Juventus in the 19896 Champions League Final. The last Dutch side to win the UEFA Europa League was Feyenoord back in the 2001/2002 season. Should they win, Ajax will complete a unique set of trophy successes, as the only side to have lifted the major UEFA competitions in both of their forms. Kasper Dolberg and Davy Klaassen who are 9/4 and 3/1 respectively in the anytime goalscorer market will test the United defence. This is the fifth meeting between Ajax and United and the past four have produced two wins each. Both teams to score at William Hill is a quote of 3/4 as Ajax go looking for their first silverware for 22 years. They have gone W8 D3 L3 in the Europa League this season, winning all of their home games along the way, but failing to win any of their last six away from Amsterdam, actually losing their last three on the road. Under 2.5 goals at William Hill is a price of 4/6 and that has happened in three of the previous four meetings between the two clubs. So will Manchester United be able to land a spot in the Champions League next season, which is arguably a bigger prize than winning the Europa League trophy? They decided to sacrifice competing for a top-four spot in the Premier League this season for this. United have had cup success this season, winning the EFL Cup and taking the Community Shield as well at the start of the season. If they lose on Wednesday, they will be back in the Europa League next term. Manchester United are unbeaten in ten European matches (W7 D3) since a 2-1 loss at Fenerbahçe in this season's UEFA Europa League group stage. But they were made to work in their knockout stages by Rostov, Anderlecht and Celta Vigo and the final itself could be tight. Manchester United have gotten to the final with a W8 D4 L2 record in this season's Europa League and have gone W3 D2 L2 on the road which isn’t terrific. But they are the more experienced of the two sides and while they will be missing the scoring threat that Zlatan Ibrahimovic poses, who made his professional breakthrough at Ajax, Marcus Rashford and Wayne Rooney are 8/5 joint favourites in the William Hill anytime goalscorer market. Manchester United have lost their last three UEFA Finals and they have actually not won an international club final in 90 minutes since a 1-0 win over Palmeiras in European/South American Cup in November 1999, as if anyone remembers or cares. The last time that Ajax and Manchester United faced up against one another was in the 2012 Europa League, with the two clubs trading away wins on that occasion. From their four previous meetings, the head to head stands at two wins each. Ajax have scored one more Europa League goal than United have done this season, but have conceded a whopping 15 to United’s eight along the way. The Dutch club have had more attempts on goal than any other side in this seasons’ competition though and will carry that attacking threat. Spanish clubs (Atletico Madrid and Sevilla between them) have won five of the last seven editions of the UEFA Europa League, and the last English side to do so being Chelsea in 2013. Prediction: This should be a pretty tight battle and extra time wouldn't be a surprise in it. Ajax have the enterprise getting forward, but Mourinho is a specialist at shutting threats like that down and just picking off opponents. United’s extra quality at the back may just be the telling factor and the Red Devils can edge it by a one-goal margin.
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Manchester United v Crystal Palace Predictions & Betting Odds – 21st May 2017

Manchester United
Manchester United v Crystal Palace Betting Preview - Premier League 21st May 3.00pm Palace managed to stave off any concerns about relegation ahead of the final day of the season and they will roll into Old Trafford and give a decent account of themselves probably. Manchester United aren’t going to be particularly bothered about this game as they have to face up against Ajax in the UEFA Europa League in midweek, with a place in the UEFA Champions League at stake as the big prize there. Take advantage of some fantastic football betting products available at online betting site Bet365. For starters, there is their great 0-0 bore draw insurance available on all matches which offers great protection on your pre-match correct score, scorecast or half-time/full-time wagers. There are great each-way first goalscorer odds to be taken as well and you can enjoy extensive live in-play football betting as well as live streams from some of Europe’s top leagues. With cash out and partial cash out options available as well, sign up for an account with Bet365 and enjoy a 100% matched deposit bonus from them to get in on the action!

Manchester United v Crystal Palace Betting Tips

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is frustrated by the timing of this game because the UEFA Europa League Final is just three days later on Wednesday for them. That is where their priority is as they will book themselves into the UEFA Champions League next season if they win that game against Ajax. That’s a much bigger prize than pushing for three meaningless points against Crystal Palace on Sunday. United have won their last three on home soil against the Eagles now, but United’s focus in the league has gone with them having gone only D3 L2 in their last five league games. At Old Trafford this season the Red Devils have gone W7 D10 L1 this season and haven’t lost since their second home game of the season there (against Man City). So they have the resilience and they have four clean sheets in their last seven on home soil. United to win to nil at Bet365 is a price of 12/5 which may have some appeal. United have only conceded 12 goals at home this season in the league and under 2.5 goals Bet365 is a quote of 9/10. Crystal Palace have won seven of their last 12 games now and they have secured their top-flight status as they romped to a 4-0 win over Hull last time out. That was their big result to book survival. Crystal Palace have failed to score in their last three trips to Old Trafford now though, but if United aren’t going to risk their main players ahead of Wednesday’s game (why would they?) then the Eagles can create some chances in this one. Wilfried Zaha is a quote of 13/5 in the anytime goalscorer market for them with Christian Benteke at 7/5. Away from home this season Palace have picked up a W6 D3 L9 record and they have produced a mixed bag of W4 D3 in their last seven out on the road. Palace have recorded a win in two of their five previous matches against away from home against the current top five in the league (at Chelsea and Liverpool). Both of those wins for Palace were by a 2-1 scoreline. A Crystal Palace 2-1 correct score at Coral is a price of 10/1, the same quote as is on United to win 2-1 result.

Manchester United v Crystal Palace Betting Odds

Manchester United 19/20, Draw 3/1, Crystal Palace 5/2

Manchester United v Crystal Palace Predictions

Draw: It may be worth settling for a share of the spoil and Palace would be happy enough to come away with that. Manchester United have bigger fish to fry in the next week and will be distracted.
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Southampton v Manchester United Predictions & Betting Odds – 17th May 2017

Southampton
Southampton v Manchester United Betting Preview - Premier League 17th May 7.45pm Nothing really at stake in this one now. After back to back defeats in North London in the league, Manchester United’s chances of a top four finish have gone and while they have an outside chance of a top five finish, that’s extremely slim. The Saints can only finish one place higher than where they are starting this game, but with United struggling for wins at the moment, the Saints may sense a chance to land a win in their penultimate home game. 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.

Southampton v Manchester United Betting Tips

The Saints can finish the season in a decent position of eighth in the league but they have found winning a hard thing to come by lately. They have only produced a W1 D2 L3 in their last six Premier League games. However, the win in that sequence did come on the weekend when they went to Middlesbrough and earned a 2-1 victory. Southampton have produced a W6 D5 L6 record at home, which is a little bit disappointing from them really. St Marys used to be a fortress for them, but not so much this season and they have taken one win in their last six home games now in the Premier League with a W1 D2 L3 record. The Saints have failed to score in four of their last five home games. Under 2.5 goals at Bet365 looks pretty likely at a price of 8/11. Southampton are winless in their last five home Premier League games against Manchester United too, losing four of those by a single goal margin (D1). In the Bet365 correct score market, a Southampton 1-0 or a Man Utd 1-0 option is an 8/1 quote, whichever way you would want to swing. As a positive, while they haven’t scored a lot of goals lately, the Saints have conceded just the one goal in their last three league games. Their last home win in the league against the Red Devils was back in August 2003, so it’s been a while for them. The Saints lost 2-0 at Old Trafford earlier in the season and 3-2 in the EFL Cup final against United this season. Manolo Gabbiadini netted both of Southampton’s goals in that cup final and he is a quote of 13/8 in the anytime goalscorer market for this one with Charlie Austin and Shane Long at 2/1. Both teams to score at Bet365 in this fixture will return you a price of 4/5 and that has happened in each of the last five between these two on the south coast. Manchester United’s focus is elsewhere and not in the Premier League. They are likely going to just end up in sixth place in the top flight, and they are going all out for next Wednesday’s all-important UEFA Europa League Final, so may rest players again for this one. The Red Devils have slipped back to a poor W2 L2 record in their last four league games so you can see where their focus is. Away from home the Red Devils have a good W10 D4 L4 record for the season (which is more points than they have picked up at Old Trafford) but they are winless in their last three road games now (D1 L2). They have scored just the one goal in their last three away games too. United would have to win both of their remaining Premier League games in 2016-17 to avoid it being their lowest tally of wins in a single Premier League season. Marcus Rashford is a 15/8 Bet365 anytime goalscorer option for them.

Southampton v Manchester United Betting Odds

Southampton 17/10, Man Utd 13/8, Draw 12/5

Southampton v Manchester United Predictions

Draw: Neither look likely to really go out and bust a gut in this one. Southampton will want some kind of positive in their final home game of the season and they can hold off a Manchester United side who have little interest in their league run-in. Draw.
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