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Bet of the day: West Ham and Man Utd to draw in both halves

| 10.05.2016

Holly Thackeray | May 10, 2016

Coral’s bet of the day

  • The Hammers have split the spoils in three of their last four fixtures with Man Utd
  • Upton Park has seen three draws in last five when hosting Red Devils
  • In four of West Ham’s previous five draws with Man Utd, the teams have ended both halves evenly

West Ham and Man Utd 15/4 to draw at half-time and full-time

Roll-up roll-up for the last ever Premier League game at Upton Park, where hosts West Ham United face Manchester United, with the two teams still in contention for a top four spot.

With that in mind, how could Coral’s bet of the day feature anything other than this thrilling fixture? We expect fireworks, so our featured flutter sees West Ham and Man Utd at a fantastic 15/4 to draw at both half-time and full-time.

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Want to know why we think this is worth a wager? Read on…

Hammers know how to hold Red Devils

It’s been draws galore over recent meetings between West Ham and Man Utd, with three from the last four frays seeing a splitting of spoils.

With so much to play for in Upton Park’s last hurrah, and two draws in three across all competitions already this campaign, ending evenly in east London looks to be on the cards.

At home, the Hammers have held the Red Devils, with three in the last five finishing on level terms when in the capital, and Slaven Bilic’s boys will be hoping for some more of that hosting hoodoo.

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Where this bet really comes into it’s own, however, is that in the previous five draws between these two teams both halves have ended on even terms.

Viewers will know that there was little difference between the pair in their match-ups this campaign, which makes the 15/4 price on offer excellent value for both the first and second 45 to see West Ham and Man Utd level.


See which of our previous bets of the day came off.

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Holly Thackeray

Holly is a member of the content team, and can often be found on the sports desk writing about favourite topics Serie A and East Asian footballing nations. A recent darts convert, she is also a fully-fledged member of Barney's Army and a proud Leeds-born Manchester United fan.