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Betfair 40/1 Man United v Spurs Offer

The Legal Bit – the key terms and conditions of the 40/1 offer are as follows: New Betfair customers can back Manchester United at enhanced odds of 40/1 to beat Spurs (27th August 2018). Maximum bet £1. Winnings paid in free bets, valid for 7 days, only deposits with cards or PayPal count. Exchange and multiple bets excluded. Full terms and conditions apply – see Betfair for details. 18+. Please Gamble Aware.

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Man United 40/1 to Beat Spurs with Betfair Offer

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Man Utd v Tottenham Preview, Stats and Betting Tips, Monday 27 August, Old Trafford, Kick off: 20:00

Increasingly, the number one defining factor in the relative success of teams in the Premier League is the size of their wage bill. Of course, football at the top level is a very complex business but, as everybody at Tottenham knows, money talks. That’s why Spurs have given new contracts to their manager, Mauricio Pochettino, and a host of key players in order to keep this talented squad together. Spending big doesn’t always work though. Man Utd fans are set to protest what they believe to be the club’s mismanagement in front of the TV cameras. The Old Trafford faithful are clearly upset with the state of their club but will Tottenham make things worse on Monday night?

Betting Tips

  • The Draw at 23/10 with BetVictor
  • Dele Alli to Score at 5/1 with Betfair

Man Utd v Tottenham Preview

The finger of blame for Man Utd’s problems on the pitch seems to have been pointed firmly in the direction of Ed Woodward and the Glazer family who own the club. It’s Jose Mourinho who has control over the playing staff though and it appears he is finding it increasingly difficult to get his players to carry out his instructions.

The way that Man Utd defended during their shocking 3-2 defeat against Brighton certainly wasn’t what you’d expect from a Mourinho side. The Portuguese can argue that the board have not matched his ambitions but it’s clear that he is no longer getting the best out of the players at his disposal.

Paul Pogba’s admission that he and his teammates did not approach the Brighton game with the right mentality is perhaps of most concern to Man Utd fans. Mourinho used to be known for his man management ability and if players are shunning him that is very bad news. It’s could be especially bad news against a Tottenham team where everybody is pulling in the same direction. Spurs have become one of the best sides in Europe and will have no problem piling on the misery at Old Trafford should they have the opportunity.

Stats, Injuries and Suspensions

The recent head to head record between Man Utd and Tottenham is pretty even but Spurs’ traditional problems at Old Trafford haven’t been solved. In fact, the home team has won each of the last eight matches since at draw at White Hart Lane in 2014.

Mourinho has a number of slight injury concerns ahead of Monday’s match with Nemanja Matic, Marcos Rojo, Alexis Sanchez and Antonio Valencia all unlikely to start. Victor Wanyama is the main injury worry for Spurs while Son Heung-min is on international duty.

The Verdict

Jose Mourinho’s negative attitude has been roundly blamed for Man Utd’s lacklustre displays but the fear is that more negativity from the stands will have a similar effect. Tottenham will arrive in Manchester ready to secure an upset but that’s been taken into account by the bookies. The away side look a little short at a general 19/10 but the draw looks well priced at 23/10 with BetVictor.

Spurs will surely have to score if they are to return to London with a point. Dele Alli’s smart movement and lethal finishing could see him exploit United’s defensive problems so back him to score at 5/1 with Betfair.