Manchester United will have little trouble defeating Yokohama Marinos – and we’ve got a superb money-back special for the Reds’ latest friendly which is not to be missed.
Of course, the exact scoreline of these pre-season affairs is not always easy to predict, even if David Moyes’ men will expect a handsome victory against their Japanese opponents.
So with that in mind, we have decided to refund all losing single bets on the correct score market if any United player scores two or more goals, which, judging by the statistics, is hardly beyond the realms of possibility.
After all, Danny Welbeck and Jesse Lingard both helped themselves to braces as the champions recorded a resounding 5-1 victory in their previous outing against the A-League All Stars.
And with Moyes now able to call upon a near full-strength squad for Tuesday morning’s outing at the Nissan Stadium, another two-goal salvo from one of their many attacking threats would be no surprise.
Registered bwin punters can snap up the money-back special by clicking here, but where is the smart money going on that correct score market?
In fairness, Yokohama should be good for a goal at the very least as they are in the middle of their domestic season and may well have an edge on United in terms of fitness.
They also possess a genuine threat from set-pieces in the shape of former Celtic playmaker Shunsuke Nakamura, while in-form Brazilian striker Marquinhos has scored in his last three J-League outings.
And if the A-League All Stars can breach the United rearguard, a superior Yokohama outfit are likely to be able to do the same, just as fellow Japanese side Nagoya Grampus did in a 3-1 defeat to Arsenal on Monday.
Yet they are far from secure at the back, having shipped 19 goals in 17 games this term, and with Robin van Persie set for his first start of pre-season, another high-scoring United win is the obvious way to go if you’re on the money-back special.
The Reds, who are 13/50 to win the match (the draw is 4/1 and Yokohama are 15/2), are a very tempting 12/1 to prevail 4-1, but a 3-1 success, which is available at 33/4, is the preferred option.
Sure, it is a punt, but if it pays off, your balance will receive a very nice boost.
And even if it doesn’t, there is every chance that the deadly Van Persie or one of his team-mates will bag a brace and your stake will be returned.