Uninspiring Man United in for tricky match against Moscow
BORING, BORING Man United face crucial Champions League clash at Old Trafford on Tuesday night when they take on CSKA Moscow and they are worth taking on again in this one.
I’ve fallen out of love with Manchester United, I’ve lost too much money on Louis van Gaal’s side in recent weeks and as long as they continue with Wayne Rooney as their main striker they won’t be seeing another penny of my money.
Van Gaal must have gone to the Arsene Wenger school of stubbornness is it’s clear to everybody apart from the manager what is wrong at Old Trafford.
I may have given up on the 20 times English champions but, it’s clear by BetBright’s price for the home side in this Group B match up that many of you don’t share my sentiments and you are still prepared to get stuck into the 4/7 on them to win this one… why?
Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace was their third consecutive 0-0 and with just one shot on target in that matches, they are going to find it very difficult to break down a very underrated CSKA Moscow n this one as well.
CSKA are 53/10 to get the shock win, I wouldn’t go as far as that, but they will come here to and put 10 men behind the ball and frustrate the life out of their more illustrious opponents.
If pushed I would also have a very small play on the draw which looks over-priced at the 13/4 with BetBright.
United’s last four matches have all seen less then three goals and the 9/10 on the match to feature under 2.5 goals is in my opinion the best bet in the match.
These two played out a very evenly matched 1-1 draw in Moscow a fortnight and that was the last time United scored in a match and their last four matches now in all competitions have seen under 2.5 goals backers collect in every single match and I’m expecting that trend to continue.
If United do score, which is a big if, they might have to wait until they finally break the Russian’s down and with an impotent attack which is lacking confidence another bet on my short list is BetBright’s 6/5 on the game to be level at the half-time whistle.
it wouldn’t surprise me at all to see this being another frustrating night for the home supporters and the 19/2 on no goalscorer in a Manchester United match for an unprecedented fourth time is a bet that you just can’t help yourself to have a little wager on as it’s one that you could look back on Wednesday morning and ask yourself, “why wasn’t I on?”.
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