Betting. Everton vs Manchester United [04.12.16] : Red Devils to taste some Toffees

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Betting. Everton vs Manchester United [04.12.16] : Red Devils to taste some Toffees

Premier League

Matchday 14


Bet: Both Teams To Score: Yes

The bookmakers are sure that Manchester United is a favourite of this match (2.20). If you’re going to make bets you should remember that Red Devils showed series of five games in a row without defeat in all competitions. However in Premier League José Mourinho’s team managed to win only once in five last matches drawing three times. Besides two glorious victories of Man United are attributed to EFL Cup and Europa League. And sports betting experts said that mancunians are very unstable especially in England.

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At the same Everton is considered as an underdog with odds 3.60. Even a Draw is unrealistic – 3.30. Although the team is only one point behind Manchester United it’s not wisely to make such bets. That’s because in Premier League Toffees have lost three matches out of their last five. In this period of time Ronald Koeman’s boys won only once taking only four points. So while betting you should remember that had beaten only West Ham within eight Premier League matches.

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But according to sports betting people Everton is not so bad at home as it is in away games. Toffees are going unbeaten this season on Goodison Park winning three times alongside with three draws. That’s why bets like “Double Chance: Everton Or Draw” (1.61) must be considered. Despite the fact that Manchester United won last away game with Swansea before that Red Devils had taken only one point in three last matches on the field of its rivals. So it’s very brightly demonstrates problems of José Mourinho’s team with stable results.

As to the performance both teams have problems with the defence conceding lots of goals. That’s why bets like Total Match Goals Over 2.5 (2.00) is possible. Moreover it is obviously logical to take “Both Teams To Score: Yes” (1.73). By the way two last matches in Liverpool between this two rival ended with Manchester United wins. But within five games period Everton won three games without conceded a single goal. The draw was fixed on Goodison Park last time in 2010 so you may consider “Both Score No Draw” (2.75).

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