Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United team host newly promoted Wolves today, and we think the Reds look good value to continue their recent good form, with another 3 points today.
Betway have United at an attractive looking 4/6, which looks a good enough bet in itself. The draw is 14/5, and Wolves are 5/1.
Since losing 3-0 at home to Spurs – when it was all doom and gloom for United, the Reds have won 3 on the spin in all competitions. Two Premier League victories, away at Burnley (0-2), away at Watford (1-2), and a 3-0 win away at Young Boys in the Champions League, last Wednesday night.
More positives for United have been the form of Paul Pogba, and Romelu Lukaku. French world cup winner Pogba scored twice against Young Boys, while Lukaku has been banging in the goals for both club and country over the past month.
In the Premier League, Lukaku scored twice against Burnley, and followed that up with a goal in the win over Watford.
If you think the big Belgian can carry that form into today’s match, he is 6/5 with Betway to score in the anytime goalscorer market, while he is 15/4 with Betbright to be first goalscorer today. 6/5 on Lukaku to score anytime on current form does look a good bet, and it was also our winning tip last week (at better odds of 6/5) – Tipping Results so far this Season.
Although I wouldn’t talk anybody out of backing the big man to score today, it isn’t our recommended tip. We are looking at the match result and over/under 1.5 goals market for our tip today, as we fancy a United win with a couple of goals.
Recommended Bet – 10 Points Bet on Man United to win and Over 1.5 Goals in match result and over/under 1.5 goals market, with Coral, at 19/20.
United seem to have found their mojo again after a dodgy start to the season. Despite Wolves fairly solid start to the season, it’s still hard to see them getting anything at Old Trafford today.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) 21 September 2018
The men from Molineux currently sit 9th in the Premier League table with 8 points. Their two away matches so far this season have seen them losing 2-0 to Leicester (in a match they apparently played very well in and were unlucky), and they won 1-0 away at West Ham, who were fairly hapless at the time.
Today’s match kicks off at 3pm, a rarity for Mourinho’s team in the Premier League these days, and is at United’s Old Trafford Stadium.
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