Man Utd v Newcastle Odds : Loic Remy and Newcastle win attracting attention at 14/1

There is an element of unease at Old Trafford this weekend as William Hill release the latest Man Utd v Newcastle odds, as the firm price the Loic Remy goalscorer, Newcastle win at 14/1, which is already attracting plenty of support from customers (KO 12:45GMT).

With David Moyes’s side succumbing to a home defeat at the hands of Everton midweek, the famous UK brand are offering an enhanced price of 14/1 for Loic Remy to score anytime and Newcastle to win, and with the price as low as 8/1 in some places, the 14/1 is certainly proving popular with customers.



Latest Odds: Man Utd 5/11, Draw 7/2, Newcastle 13/2
Firm announces 14/1 Loic Remy/Newcastle
Popular UK firm William Hill have announced they are offering a stand out price of 14/1 for Loic Remy to score anytime and for Newcastle to win at Old Trafford (8/1 elsewhere) plus are offering free bets worth £25/€25 to all new customers to spend on the midweek coupon!

Click here for a £25 football bet & 14/1 Loic Remy/Newcastle with William Hill!

There’s little doubt that both Manchester United and Newcastle will look to bounce back from disappointing midweek defeats when they clash at Old Trafford in Saturday’s early kick off.

David Moyes first clash against former club Everton ended in a 1-0 defeat thanks to a late goal from Bryan Oviedo. The result ended a run of 12 games without defeat in all competition.

The defeat also meant that it is now three league games since United last won and leaves them languishing 9th in the table, 12 points behind leaders Arsenal.

A defeat at Newcastle would all but all rule United out of the title race and coach Ryan Giggs insists that he side must put the defeat to Everton behind them

“We have to pick ourselves up” said the 40 year old.

“We can’t feel sorry for ourselves for too long. We have a home game against Newcastle on Saturday and hopefully we will get a different result.

“We were on a pretty good run. We just have to get over this disappointment now and get on another.

“The gap is bridgeable,”

Moyes will welcome back Phil Jones to the side after he missed the clash with the Toffee’s midweek due to suspension with under-fire Marouane Fellaini likely to drop to the bench.

Michael Carrick is still side-lined with an Achilles injury while Robin Van Persie is not ready for a return to first team action.

The Dutch star has missed United’s last four games and despite Moyes’ proclaimation that the injury is not serious the Scot has admitted he does not know when his star man will return.

“I don’t know (when he will return). We’ve been trying to get him back for a few weeks” Moyes told the club’s official website.

“But he is not ready yet. It’s his groin. It’s a sore groin injury and nothing desperately serious.”

The troubles keep mounting for Moyes with Wayne Rooney also out through suspension following his yellow card midweek.

All of which means a rare start together upfront for Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernandez.

Newcastle meanwhile saw their own recent run of form ended against Swansea midweek.

The Magpies headed to Wales on a run off four successive wins but an impressive display from Jonjo Shelvey, lucky to be on the field after an apparent motion to headbutt Mathieu, saw Newcastle succumb to a 3-0 loss.

Manager Alan Pardew could shuffle his pack somewhat for the trip to Manchester with Gabriel Obertan and Sammy Ameobi hoping to feature while Hatem Ben Arfa, Papiss Cisse and Davide Santon are rated as doubts ahead of the clash.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.