Two wins from two, a firing Paul Pogba and a team that seems to have started playing for their manager. Ole Gunnar Solskjær has certainly galvanised United and the Old Trafford faithful with his team now putting together a charge for a top four place. Burnemouth won’t be relishing facing the this rejuvenated United team especially with their own confidence taking a blow at the hands of Spurs last time out. Form Labs return with their betting preview and tips for the game and as ever we have plenty of additional value with our selection of enhanced odds.
United A Threat Once Again
A combination of some poor opposition and the shackles being released following Mourinho’s departure, and United suddenly look a threat once again.
They have a chance to continue their rich vein of scoring against a Bournemouth side that have lost seven of their last nine, conceding at least twice in each defeat including five at Wembley last time out.
The Cherries Fall Short Against The Big Six
The Cherries have consistently come up short against the ‘Big Six’ over the years as their unstable rearguard has often been exposed, going W3-D4-L18 at all venues in the past two seasons while conceding an average of 2.52 goals per game.
This term has been no different, as they’ve lost all six encounters, shipping at least three in the last three. Indeed, travelling to such sides since 2016/17, they’ve lost 12 of 15 trips, with nine of these by a two-goal margin as they also conceded at least three in nine.
Pogba Back To His Best
The Red Devils seem in the holiday spirit with a new lease of life under Ole Gunna Solskjaer and we expect them to trouble the scorers at least three times for the third match in a row.
Although Paul Pogba has arisen from his sulk since Mourinho departed and put in some commanding performances, the penalty duties have been taken away from him with Jesse Lingard now the first choice.
The England international is playing in and advanced role and has the freedom to roam, and all four of his goals this season have come in the last five matches. At a much bigger price that Pogba, we’ll take a punt on the Englishman striking first.
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