Free Football Betting Tips – Man Utd V Crystal Palace

United have to win against hopeless Palace, surely!!

Free Football Betting Tips Man Utd

Oh no, here we go again. Anybody who follows my tips will probably have worked out by now that I try to follow a theme of backing a home team where possible. With my usual favourites, Man City and Liverpool, both away from home this weekend, it means a – slightly reluctant – return to Jose’s United team.

And the reason why I’m putting my faith in United this weekend? Their opponents, Crystal Palace!!

Put simply, Palace have been very poor so far this season. Okay, they have had a very hard run in recent weeks. Their last four matches have been against Tottenham at home (lost 1-0), Chelsea away at Stamford Bridge (lost 3-1), Arsenal at home (drew 2-2), and Everton away (lost 2-0). This goes some way to explaining the Eagles poor form, and why they have only picked up 1 point from their last 6 matches.

Having said that, what about United!! Who can really trust them on their fixed odds accumulator coupons this season? You do need to be brave to include them! But they are at home to Crystal Palace. Whose confidence must be at a very low ebb at the moment.

United are just 4/9 to beat Palace. The draw is 10/3, and an unlikely Palace win is just 6/1. Should be another 1 in front of that 6 in my view.

4/9 is a bit to short to back, so I’m going to add goals into the equation. I can see this match finishing 2-0 or 3-0 to Jose’s men. So with this in mind, I’m tipping Man Utd to win and there to be over 1.5 goals in the Match Result and Over/Under 1.5 goals market.

Recommended Bet – 5 Points on Man Utd to win and over 1.5 goals to be scored in the Match Result and Over/Under 1.5 Goals market, at 8/11 with Coral and Ladbrokes.

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