Seattle Sounders are Manchester United’s next opponents in the Red Devils’ four-match tour of the United States.
The reigning Premier League champions have already put New England Revolution to the sword and are heavy favourites to do the same to the Sounders.
Odds on Man Utd to beat Seattle Sounders are 31/100 in bwin’s 3Way football betting market, with a win for the home side priced at 23/4 and a draw at 4/1.
United ran out 4-1 winners against New England Revolution, with two Federico Macheda goals and further strikes from Michael Owen and Ji-Sung Park enough for a facile victory.
However, to out Seattle Sounders and New England Revolution into the same bracket would be unfair given the two teams’ respective records in the MLS this season.
While New England Revolution have accrued just three victories in their domestic league campaign so far, Seattle Sounders have racked up ten.
Furthermore, the Sounders have the second-best offensive record in the Eastern and Western conference combined.
With this in mind, the match at CenturyLink Field is likely to be significantly closer than the one in Massachusetts last week.
Indeed, given United failed to score in the first half against New England Revolution, a punt on Seattle Sounders to be drawing with their illustrious opponents at half-time could be a good bet at odds of 37/20.
A successful £25 free bet on Seattle Sounders to be drawing with Man United at half time, available to new customers who sign up for a bwin account, would return £71.25.
Given the Sounders’ attacking potency in the MLS, another good bet could be on both teams scoring in the match at odds of 13/20.
However, punters should not lose sight of the fact that, as bwin’s odds suggest, United should have more than enough in their locker to make it two wins out of two in North America.
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