England FA Cup
Sunday, 24 Jan 2021 17:00
Best Bet: UNDER3.5 (Full-Time Result) @1.33
Correct Score Tip: 1:0 (Correct Score) @6.01
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Reason For Manchester United vs Liverpool Betting Tips
Midweek shock shifts the dynamic
It’s been almost a week since the top-of-the-table showdown between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield, but a lot has changed since then.
Manchester United, Manchester City and Leicester all won their midweek fixtures before seeing Liverpool’s incredible unbeaten home run in the Premier League come to an end after almost four years. The dynamic at the top of the Premier League has shifted considerably, but on Sunday attentions will turn to the FA Cup.
Manchester United head into this game having lost just one of their last 12 competitive games and, with the Reds continuing to underperform, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men will feel an air of confidence ahead of Sunday.
Solskjaer looks to build on last weekend
Last weekend’s clash at Anfield, while goalless, was an intriguing affair. The Red Devils were overrun at the start of the game but slowly found a foothold, but despite their promising performance they didn’t seem to believe they could actually beat Liverpool until the closing stages.
Liverpool were there for the taking and Solskjaer’s men failed to make the most of the opportunity, but they will hope to make amends at Old Trafford.
The visitors can’t be underestimated, but there’s no doubt they are in a torrid run right now. They have failed to score in four of their last five competitive matches, and their only goals in this period came against a Covid-stricken Aston Villa side in the last round of the FA Cup. They struggled to forge opportunities last weekend and we’re expecting another extremely tight affair.
Goals at a premium at Old Trafford
Four of Manchester United’s last five games have featured fewer than three goals and Liverpool have seen low-scoring affairs in five of their last six. Add to that the fact that ten of the last 12 meetings between these rivals have also failed to breach the over/under line and backing under 2.5 goals looks a very solid option.
As you might expect, we’re also backing the Red Devils to progress. They have won two of their last four games by 1-0 scorelines and Liverpool have lost two of their last four 1-0 as well, so that’s our choice for a correct score prediction.
Manchester United injuries and team news
There are no fresh injury concerns for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer here, although the likes of Dean Henderson and Alex Telles could rotate into the starting lineup.
Marcus Rashford will return as well after coming off the bench at Fulham in midweek, while Edinson Cavani could be preferred to Anthony Martial after an excellent display at Craven Cottage.
Liverpool injuries and team news
Joel Matip returned to action in midweek and is expected to start in the centre of defence here, allowing Jordan Henderson – if fit – to slot back into the midfield three.
Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino will both come back into the starting lineup after starting from the bench against Burnley.
Home win: 2.58
Away win: 2.63
Over 2.5 goals: 1.79
Under 2.5 goals: 2.03
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