Despite almost certainly missing out on the Champions League, Manchester United have had a really strong season at home and this should see them past Bournemouth.
Only champions Leicester have done better on their own patch than the Red Devils, with Louis van Gaal’s men picking up 38 points in 18 outings compared to 42 in 19 for the Foxes.
Conversely, the Cherries have lost two of their previous three away games, conceding six in that run.
Making Old Trafford a fortress has helped the 13-time Premier League winners pick up 11 wins there, making it sensible to back them to win at 31/50.
Furthermore, they have only conceded eight top flight goals in front of their own crowd, with David de Gea clearly enjoying life in front of the Stretford End.
The Spanish keeper has only let in three strikes in his last seven appearances at home across all competitions.
In contrast, Eddie Howe’s men have failed to find the net in two of their last five matches on the road, including a 3-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur, their most recent trip to a top five team.
Therefore, it would make sense to back Man Utd to win to nil at 7/4.
With the FA Cup final coming up on Saturday and the prospect of a top-four finish all but off the menu, Van Gaal would be wise to rest some key players and continue his youth policy.
A number of youngsters have featured under the Dutch boss this term, but only a select few have been picked for league matches.
Donald Love, Andreas Pereira, Will Keane, James Weir and Riley have all earned appearance money from the bench, but a start here would allow them to experience Premier League football without the usual accompanying pressure.
Of that quintet, the most promising looks to be Riley, with the 19-year-old also the only teenage member of the group.
The Blackpool-born defender started the 5-1 Europa League demolition of Midtjylland, looking impressive in the process, and a top-flight start would be well deserved.