The latest Manchester United v West Ham odds, as Man Utd form part of Paddy Power’s treble offer featuring Liverpool and Man City as the festive football coupon gets in full swing this weekend.
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Its already attracting a flurry of activity, as all three sides are in good form coming into the weekend, and with United and Liverpool at home, all are expected to win comfortably.
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Manchester United will look to cap an impressive week with another win when they take on West Ham United at Old Trafford on Saturday.
The Red Devils put the heartbreak of successive league defeats behind them to beat Aston Villa 3-0 at Villa Park on Sunday and they followed up that performance with a 2-0 win over Stoke to seal their place in the semi-final of the Capital One Cup midweek.
Manchester United will once again be without Robin Van Persie and Michael Carrick for the game with the pair not expected back until the middle of January.
Wayne Rooney missed the win over Mark Hughes’ side with a groin injury and is a doubt for the hammers while Nemanja Vidic could return after a knock ruled out of the cup clash.
Even if passed fit Vidic could struggle to get into the starting eleven with Jonny Evans impressing alongside Phil Jones and Chris Smalling in recent weeks.
Marouane Fellaini is also poised to return while Javier Hernandez, Shinji Kagawa and Darren Fletcher are in contention after traveling with the team midweek.
United will face a difficult task against a West Ham buoyed by their come from behind success over Tottenham Hotspurs in the quarter-final of the Capital one cup.
With 10 minutes remaining Sam Allardyce’s side were trailing 1-0 but goals from Matt Jarvis and Modibo Maiga turned the game on his head and set up a semi-final clash with Manchester City.
Allardyce will once again be without a number of key men at Old Trafford with James Tomkins (groin), Andy Carroll (ankle), Ricardo Vaz Te (shoulder), Mladen Petric (calf), Winston Reid (ankle) and winger Stewart Downing (calf) all out.
West Ham without a win at Old Trafford since 2007 drew with Sunderland 0-0 last time out and have won just one of their last five games. Depending on results elsewhere three points against United would see them climb up to 15th in the table.
United meanwhile can go as high as sixth with a fourth successive win.
Brendan Roger’s Liverpool side should have way too much for Cardiff, still reeling with the unclear future of Malky McKay.
The Reds have scored an amazing 14 goals in their last three games – all of them wins – which has seen the side rise to second in the Premier League, and in Luis Suarez they have one of the form players of the Premiership.
Steven Gerrard will once again miss out in midfield through injury but the the Anfield crowd should roar Liverpool home to another convincing home win.
Manchester City will be without Sergio Aguero for their game at Fulham, but have far too much quality through the squad to bother Fulham at Craven Cottage.
The Citizens should be full of confidence following victories over Bayern Munich, Arsenal and a midweek Capital One Cup win against Leicester City, and they form part of the attractive 5/1 treble for the weekend.