After 10 games played in the Premier League, the standings look a lot more balance that we expected in the beginning of the season.
There are some teams which are overachieving, and some which are not – and two of the latter will be facing each other on Sunday. Will Swansea manage to win a point or points, or will Mourinho get his team back on its winning ways?
Swansea City vs Manchester United – 06/11/2016
Betting Odds At The Best UK Betting Sites
FT Result: Swansea 5.50 or 9/2 Draw 3.80 or 14/5 Man Utd 1.72 or 8/11
Both Teams To Score: Yes 1.75 or 3/4 No 2.00 or 1/1
Total Goals – Over/Under 2.5: Over 1.75 or 3/4 Under 2.05 or 21/20
Manchester United have been very, very disappointing so far this season. They’re coming after a 1-2 defeat against Fenerbahce in the Europa League, while domestically they failed to win any of their last four games.
The team sits in 8th place, with just 13 goals scored and 12 conceded –a record worthy of an anonymous mid-table team, but not the Red Devils.
Mourinho’s record after 10 league games is worse than Van Gaal’s or Moyes’, and he knows he must quickly turn this around if he wants to keep his job much longer.
Meanwhile, despite a very encouraging start of the season, Swansea have dipped lower and lower and are now sitting in the relegation zone. After their win on Day 1 against Burnley, they’ve played another 9 games, drawing 2 and losing 7.
It’s very hard to compare home and away for when they’ve managed to gather such few points, but they do hope to catch United off guard and earn a much-needed morale boost. Montero and Dyer will be big misses in their squad.
Swansea City vs Manchester United Betting Tips
Since both teams really need points, we probably see an open, free-flowing game, which United will not lose. The team did show they have moments of quality, including in last week’s 0-0 draw against Burnley.
This time, we think Man United will avoid losing (X2) and Swansea will not score more than 1 goal. Possession will be on the visitor’s side, which can even win all the 3 points here. Goalscorer: Zlatan, after a long drought.
Both Teams To Score & Over 2.5 – Yes @ 2.10 or 11/10 with 138Bet
Manchester United Win & Both To Score @ 3.25 or 9/4 with 138
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