We like 11/2 for a clinical 2-0 home victory as our top Man Utd vs Young Boys prediction

Man Utd vs Young Boys: Red Devils to claim clinical win

Kick-off: 2000, 27/11/2018

Stadium: Old Trafford

TV: BT Sport

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What Trueform says for Man Utd vs Young Boys

Manchester United have had an up-and-down Champions League campaign but look a class apart from Group H outsiders Young Boys when on song.

The Red Devils showed great spirit to beat Juventus away last time out and could wrap up a place in the knockout rounds if successful here.

Jose Mourinho’s men powered to a 3-0 triumph when these teams met in Switzerland and 87/100 for another clean-sheet victory is our first Man Utd vs Young Boys prediction.

A Look At Manchester United’s Betting Odds

Paul Pogba’s double and an Anthony Martial strike helped United prove a cut above Young Boys in Berne, but they then struggled to build on that bright start.

A nervy, goalless draw with Valencia at Old Trafford was followed by a 1-0 loss to Juve on home turf and the Red Devils seemed in trouble at that point.

The situation looked even more bleak when Cristiano Ronaldo blasted in a brilliant opener in Turin, but Juan Mata’s superb free-kick and a late own-goal by Leonardo Bonucci turned things around for the three-time European champions.

United had to ride their luck in Italy, as Sami Khedira and Paulo Dybala hit the woodwork, but Jesse Lingard told MUTV: “This is a big, big result.

“The team pulled together and the staff. We come together as a family and do the job on the pitch. There’s a great team spirit.”

We’re hoping for another disciplined display at the Theatre of Dreams and like 11/2 for a 2-0 home win from the Man Utd vs Young Boys odds.

Many punters will anticipate a more emphatic margin, but Mourinho is known for adopting a clinical approach to such crucial fixtures, rather than looking to turn on the style.

Victor Lindelof is set for a spell on the sidelines after being injured in Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace.

Matteo Darmian made his first appearance since the opening day against the Eagles but he also sat out Monday’s training session, along with fellow defender Marcos Rojo. Luke Shaw is available after serving a one-match domestic ban.

A Look At Young Boys’ Betting Odds

Young Boys were always the underdogs in this pool and suffered a second successive 3-0 defeat when visiting Juventus, with Dybala hitting a hat-trick.

The Swiss restored some pride when drawing 1-1 at home to Valencia, thanks to a Guillaume Hoarau penalty after Michy Batshuayi had broken the deadlock.

However, they are facing an early exit from Europe after going down 3-1 to the same team in Spain, where Sekou Sanogo was sent off late on.

The visitors are again running away with their domestic title race and French striker Hoarau, formerly with PSG, is always one to watch out for.

But the feeling is that they will again have their limitations exposed at this level and 7/5 for the hosts to oblige 1-0, 2-0 or 3-0 is another solid option for our Man Utd vs Young Boys betting tips.

Additional stats

Last Champions League result:

Juventus 1-2 MAN UTD – Juan Mata, Leonardo Bonucci (og)

Valencia 3-1 YOUNG BOYS – Roger Assale

Head-to-head: Young Boys 0-3 Man Utd

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