We’re focusing on Man Utd vs Liverpool for our latest Build A Bet tips and are eyeing a 6/1 pay-out on Sunday’s big Premier League showdown.
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We had a 19/4 success on Monday night’s Euro 2020 qualifier between England and Bulgaria, backing the Three Lions to win to nil, Harry Kane to score, under 44.5 booking points and less than five corners for the hosts.
Here’s our advice on how to get a nice windfall at Old Trafford this weekend:
LIVERPOOL TO WIN
Jurgen Klopp was guilty of paying United too much respect when settling for a goalless draw in the Premier League at Old Trafford last season, but that shouldn’t happen this time, with the Merseyside outfit flying high at the top of the table and their hosts already languishing 15 points behind in 12th. Injuries are hurting the Red Devils, with David De Gea and Paul Pogba amongst those ruled out, and a lack of confidence seems to be spreading throughout their ranks at a rapid rate of knots, so we feel they are there for the taking.
SADIO MANE TO SCORE
The 27-year-old Senegal international is in great form again this season and made it eight goals in 11 matches for the Reds when netting in their 2-1 defeat of Leicester at Anfield. United’s defence has generally been solid on home turf, but Jordan Ayew showed how they can get caught out by players running onto through balls or flick-ons when Crystal Palace prevailed at Old Trafford and Mane is a master at timing his forays forward.
ASHLEY YOUNG TO BE BOOKED
Young received eight yellow cards and one red last season and has already picked up three cautions this term against Southampton, West Ham and Arsenal. The 34-year-old winger-turned-full-back has fallen foul of the referee in three of his last five appearances versus Liverpool and is expected to be put under plenty of pressure by the Reds’ front men and Trent Alexander-Arnold on the overlap.
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