Manchester United welcome the Premier League champions Leicester City to the Theatre of Dreams this weekend, as Claudio Ranieri and Jose Mourinho will go head-to-head for the first time this season. It presents the reds with a real opportunity to right a few wrongs, and show they are serious contenders.
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Manchester United head to Germany to take on Wolfsburg in a crucial Champions League decider. A win guarantees promotion to the knockout round, where a draw means we have to hope that PSV fall short against CSKA Moscow to qualify.
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David Moyes returns to Goodison Park for the first time as Manchester United manager on Sunday, and he’s sure to be greeted with a hostile reception from the fans who adored the 50-year old for the ten seasons previous to this one. Ahead of the game, we have a look at the betting market to see if there are any decent bets out there.
Manchester United and Swansea City go head-to-head for the second time in a week, and David Moyes and his men will certainly be looking for revenge after the Welsh side dumped us out of the cup last time out. United will be without star strikers Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney for the game, as both are still injured.
Manchester United are looking to gain a bit of momentum and establish some consistency this coming Saturday when West Ham visit Old Trafford. Needless to say, results have been mixed and frustrating for the fans, with the recent unpredictable streak being particularly bizarre.
Another season gets underway on Saturday and before that we’re bringing you a betting tips preview in the hope of winning you some money! United have five trophies available to them and have already won one in the shape of the Community Shield, and our best hope of a major piece of silverware this year will come in the cup competitions.
United head to London for a potentially tricky fixture against the Hammers at the Boleyn Ground. Seven more points from here will see us crowned Champions, and if City slip up in their next two games we can win it as early as next Monday against Villa. For those who fancy a flutter, have a look at the match odds here.
In a tie that is finely balanced at 1-1, both teams will be thinking they have what it takes to progress into the last eight. United come into this game on the back of a 4-0 win at home to Norwich, whereas Real defeated Barca for the second time in a week on Saturday with Ronaldo coming on off the bench.