Liverpool vs Man Utd
One of the most anticipated football matchups in Europe for decades is Liverpool versus Manchester United. Which is arguably the biggest game of this side of the new year.
Although Manchester United is now ahead on that front and their recent form has been up and down. It doesn’t appear that this has changed the odds as Liverpool are the favourites at 11/8.
United are offered at 7/4, and we believe that this could be the right strategy given that. More than at any other point in the previous ten years. The Red Devils have looked more like the team they once were under Erik ten Hag.
Match Preview: Liverpool vs Man Utd
Whatever the outcome, we anticipate a high scoring game since neither team will take this match lightly. Both are more than capable of pulling off a tremendous result against a quality team. The total match goals at over 4/6 is definitely worth a shot, and both teams to score at 4/7 delivers good value.
There have been several major games this season that have come down to the star players. This one won’t be any different. A wonderful return is offered by Marcus Rashford at 6/5 to score at any point. While Darwin Nunez, who appears to be steadily rediscovering his form. Is listed at 17/10 to do the same. Both are respectable options.
Manchester City v Newcastle
Two teams that, when at their best, appear practically unbeatable face off on Friday night, but who have had recent struggles with their play.
This match obviously has a lot of weight, even though it is unlikely to be the marquee match it will undoubtedly be in coming seasons as Manchester City adjust to their new additions and Newcastle continue to solidify their status as top six regulars. The Newcastle Jets are still desperate to end their losing streak and get their first victory in four games, while the Sky Blues are excitedly pursuing the league’s top ranked Arsenal.
Despite recent struggles, City has consistently been one of the favourites to win against practically any team in the globe, and this is still the case today as the Cityzens.
Despite their recent struggles, City is still the overwhelming favourite to win against practically any team in the world, and this is still the case here as the Citizens enter the match with the best odds of 4/9.
Every position on the field is load with quality for City, and any member of their all star team might dictate the tempo or result of the match. Phil Foden, who score twice as City defeat Bristol City 3-0 to go to the FA Cup quarterfinals, was the player who made headlines this week.