The second game of the Ryan Giggs interim era pits Manchester United against relegation-threatened Sunderland.
A mightily short 9/25 says the stand-in helmsman records his second successive victory against the resurgent Wearsiders, who are a sizeable 7/1 to triumph at Old Trafford.
Such a price may appeal to some given the Black Cats’ recent upturn in form that’s seen them laugh in the face of a gargantuan price to best Chelsea on their previous road trip, while the 4/1-rated draw also has an element of attraction about it given the point Gus Poyet’s men famously plundered the last time they were in Manchester.
Their 2-2 deadlock with Manchester City contained a brace for flavour of the month frontman Connor Wickham, who has since hit another multi-goal haul following that double at the Etihad and the on-song Englishman is an attractive proposition to lump on in tandem with bwin’s double-triple money offer.
If the goalscorer markets tickle your fancy, the boys in black and gold have got you covered.
Simply pick a runner from either squad and should he notch either first or at any point, the firm will double, perhaps even triple, his initial odds to achieve either feat should he finish the game with two or three strikes to his name.
With Wickham bracing up twice in his previous three outings and getting the party started before bagging his latest, his odds to be the first name on the scoresheet appear particularly enticing.
The Hereford hitman is 11/1 to score the opener at Old Trafford, which could swell to a dizzying 22/1 should he put two away here.
Against opposition of Man Utd’s quality, however, it’s far more likely that a Red Devil is vexing the scoreboard operator, with Juan Mata in great form of late.
The diminutive Spaniard beat John Ruddy in the Norwich goal twice last week – a feat news.bwin.com/en/ backed him to achieve ahead of the match – after coming off the bench.
This Canary-killing duo came three weeks and two games after the ex-Chelsea orchestrator hit another two away at Newcastle and his 7/5 anytime goalscorer price could be handsomely inflated if he inflicts the same misery on their north-east neighbours.