Manchester United v Tottenham betting tips and predictions
Jose Mourinho returns to Manchester United as manager of Tottenham on a profitable run that looks like it might come to an end at his old stomping ground
Mourinho’s new manager bubble to burst?
Jose Mourinho has a 100 percent record as Tottenham manager after profitable his first three video games in cost.
In the league, he has claimed 3-2 victories against West Ham and Bournemouth and the same rating against Manchester United is 28-1 with Slot Online (odds appropriate at time of publishing and topic to change).
United arguably represent Mourinho’s hardest take a look at up to now, but the Red Devils’ inconsistent type means each groups are 13/8 to win.
Goals appear inevitable in this game, which is why we are looking at over 2.5 goals at 4/5.
Defeat might see Solskjaer go
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is starting to really feel the pressure after successive Premier League attracts against newly-promoted Sheffield United and Aston Villa.
In tenth place on 18 points and eight factors off the top 4, if his team are put to the sword by Mourinho’s Spurs.
With United winless of their final three outings, a draw at 5/2 seems to be fair value.
United’s defence has been as leaky as Tottenham’s, with the perimeters conceding a combined thirteen occasions since the Portuguese pitched up in north London. They have additionally scored a combined sixteen occasions throughout that interval so each teams to attain appears rock-solid at 8/13.
Tottenham’s win against West Ham was their first away from home since January, however their defensive frailty means a 2-2 draw could probably be on the cards at odds of 12/1.
Alli reborn under Mourinho
Dele Alli continues to be revitalised beneath Mourinho with two extra objectives against Bournemouth last trip.
Alli has been directly concerned in three targets in his final two Premier League games (two goals, one assist), as many as he had in his last 12 appearances beneath Mauricio Pochettino.
United’s poor defensive report means Alli could nicely get on the scoresheet again and he’s 3/1 to do so at any time.
Rashford dependable for United
Marcus Rashford has continued to steer the United line well, scoring in three of his last 4 United video games.
That may have been 4 in 4 had his strike towards Aston Villa not gone down as an personal goal for Tom Heaton.
Rashford’s form is strong and the England striker appears like the brightest spark in a United group lacking the attacking threat of old. He’s 7/5 to score at any time however we choose Rashford to score and a draw at 3/1.