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Liverpool are the favourites to prevail, but United always raise their game about the Reds, so they might just sneak the win.
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So either get over to the Betfair site to claim the offer or read on for our match preview of the biggest game of the weekend.
Liverpool v Manchester United Tips and Betting Offers, Sunday 16th December 2018, Anfield, Kick off: 4pm
The biggest game in the Premier League this weekend is the clash between leaders Liverpool and Manchester United. The Red Devils were built up as the side to knock Liverpool off their perch all those years ago. Now, they’re fading from significance in the title race, but can they change all of that with a result against the current pacesetters?
Liverpool v Manchester United Betting Tips
- Liverpool to win at 6/10 with Betfair
- Liverpool to Win to Nil at 9/5 with Ladbrokes
The Reds are clear favourites after moving top of the Premier League last weekend. The hosts are priced up at 6/10 with Betfair to secure the points, while the draw is 3/1 with bet365. The Red Devils are now out at 9/2 with Coral to secure three points at Anfield, which shows how far they’ve fallen. After a midweek defeat, it’s hardly a surprise that the bookies are siding against United.
The 2-1 defeat to Valencia has left United with one win in their last four. Mourinho’s side are eight points off the Champions League spots, so their time in Europe’s elite competition seems limited. There’s an eerie similarity to Mourinho’s final season at Chelsea. He began with in-fighting, kept lowering expectations and eventually said it’s unlikely they’d make the top four – like he’s just done with United.
That year, Mourinho’s Chelsea reign was ended with a defeat at eventual champions Leicester. Will that be repeated for both of these sides this season? It feels like they can’t afford to fall much further off the pace, as that would cost millions in lost Champions League revenue. As much as they’re enjoying the Mourinho reign, Liverpool may put the final nail in the coffin here.
Liverpool have won six of their last seven home matches in the Premier League, only champions Man City avoided defeat here. The Reds have averaged 2.71 points per game at home this term, compared to a United side who have picked up 1.38 points per trip. The Red Devils have lost two of their last three on the road in all competitions, and we think the leaders are well priced for a win. Liverpool to take the points at 6/10 with Betfair is our first tip here.
In addition, the hosts have kept a clean sheet in 11 of their last 12 home league games. They’ve conceded just 0.14 goals per game at home this term, while they have the league’s best defensive record. They’ve clearly changed and become more of a unit, which makes us tempted by Liverpool to win to nil. It’s hugely priced at 9/5 with Ladbrokes, despite landing in 71% of the Reds’ home games.