Monday, December 17, 2018

Manchester United and over 2.5 goals against West Brom 8/11 for Sundays Premier League clash

Competition: Premier League

Market: Manchester United and over 2.5 goals

Odds: 8/11 @ Bet365

After a dramatic Derby Day comeback, Jose Mourinho will be looking for his United side to carry on their impressive run of form when they welcome West Brom to Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon

For Manchester United, while they may have relinquished any chance of bringing the Premier League trophy back to Old Trafford, the Red Devils appear to have saved their best form for the end of the season. Winning their last five Premier League matchups on the bounce, Mourinho’s side will be fileld with confidence after coming from 2-0 behind at half time to leave the Etihad with all three points. With club record signing Paul Pogba scoring two at the weekend, many in Red hope this will be the kickstart to the French internationals return to Manchester. With forward  Roemlu Lukaku scoring seven in his last eight in all competitions, United have also been in impressive form in the final third, Mourinho’s side have now scored two or more in their last six and have now taken three points off of City and Liverpool on that run.

As for the struggling Baggies, with Alan Pardew stepping down from his position in the West Brom dugout last week, the Midlands side will travel to Manchester with no permanent manager, the Baggies also already have one foot in the Championship next season. Although they may have ended their nine-game losing streak by picking up a point against Swansea last weekend, the Baggies are still without a top-flight win since January and have now lost nine of their last 10 matches. With the Baggies now just two games away from confirming their relegation, they also travel to Manchester completely out of form away from home, West Brom have just one away win all season and have picked up just three points from a possible 45 on the road.

Bet: Manchester United and over 2.5 goals against West Brom for Sundays Premier League clash 8/11 @ Bet365>>


Tom Dunstan

Formerly of The Independent, Tom is a freelance football and boxing journalist from Essex, England. Currently working for three online publications, Tom is a graduate of the University of Falmouth and has spent the last two years writing across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. He can be followed at @IamTomDunstan



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