Big win for us at 7/2 yesterday as Liverpool ended Manchester City’s run at Anfield. Hope you all got on!
Anyway onto tonight’s game as Man Utd take on Stoke City at Old Trafford.
First up if you are having a punt on this and have no Betfair account they are offering 25/1 on the Man Utd win:
If you don’Manchester United will be looking to pile more misery on managerless Stoke City at Old Trafford on Monday night as the two sides go head to head in the Premier League.
The Reds can cut the lead at the top to 12 points after Manchester City lost 4-3 at Liverpool on Sunday, their first defeat in the Premier League this season.
Jose Mourinho’s side head into the game fresh from a training camp in Dubai and on a run of five games without defeat.
As for Stoke they’re on the hunt for a new manager after parting company with Mark Hughes last weekend. Defeat to League Two Coventry in the FA Cup proved to be the final straw for the Potters’ board.
Without a win in seven Stoke have slipped into the bottom three and are in huge danger of being relegated.
Their hunt for a new manager has been far from smooth. First choice Quique Sánchez Flores decided to stay in La Liga with Espanyol and Ireland manager Martin O’Neil has reportedly followed suit opting to stay in international management. Paul Lambert has been instilled as the bookies’ favourite overnight. Is he the man to save Stoke from the drop? We’ll have to wait and see.
Antonio Valencia could be fit after a recent hamstring injury, but Ibrahimovic, Eric Bailly and Michael Carrick all remain sidelined for Man United.
The visitors could hand a debut to debut to right-back Moritz Bauer after his switch from Rubin Kazan to Stoke. Erik Pieters and Bruno Martins Indi are available after being sidelined through injury.
Jesse Lingard has been in sensational form of late and looks good value to score anytime at 7/5.
The last three meetings between these two sides in the league have ended all square, but on Monday night I can’t see anything other than a United win. United win to nil at 10/11.