Free Football Tips – Man Utd V Huddersfield

Yes, we're back at the Theatre Of Dreams for Boxing Day's free football tips, as we're focusing on Man Utd V Huddersfield for our selection today.

Mourinho is finally gone, and the feel good factor seems to have returned under interim boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, which means we now believe it could be safe to start tipping Man Utd again. Note, I used the word could there.

We've had a bit of a disastrous run with our free football tips of late, but as our results page shows, we are still over 20 points up this season, which I would have settled for at the start of the season.

Onto today, and United are hosting bottom of the table Huddersfield Town. United are only 3/10 to back today, and that's way too short.

In their last match at Old Trafford, the Red Devils beat Fulham 4-1. They have since won 5-1 away at Cardiff, Solskjaer's first match in charge.

Sandwiched between those two league wins is the 3-1 away defeat at Anfield. In fairness to United, anybody could get beat 3-1 away at Liverpool this season.

With goals seemingly back on the agenda at Manchester United, we are going to use that as part of our free tip on today's match.

The market we are looking at is the Match Result and Under/Over 2.5 Goals market, and we are going for United to win, and there to be Over 2.5 goals, which is 10/11 with both Ladbrokes and Coral.


Recommended Bet – 5 Points on Man Utd to beat Huddersfield and there to be over 2.5 goals, in the Match Result and Under/Over 2.5 Goals market, at 10/11 with Ladbrokes and Coral.

Okay, I imagine Huddersfield will set out to defend and frustrate today, but the United players won't be paralysed by fear from both, the crowd, and the manager, on this occasion.

With Ole now in charge, he will give the fans what they want. That in turn will see the fans back the manager and players, and if things are going slightly wrong, they will be cut far more slack than they have been of late.

Free Football Tips Man Utd V Huddersfield
Old Trafford, where United will be looking to put Huddersfield to the sword on Boxing Day

This will result in a growing in confidence of the players, and the turning of Old Trafford back into a daunting place to visit.

When you are bottom of the league, one of the last places you would want to go is Old Trafford. Especially when the team has just had a massive shot in the arm, and are now raring to go.

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