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EFL Cup winners Manchester United are back in Premier League action on Saturday when hosting Bournemouth in an early afternoon kick-off played out in front of the Sky Sports cameras. Victory would see Mourinho’s boys leapfrog both Liverpool and Arsenal into the top-four, for a few hours at least.
We have boosted the price of Manchester United to beat Bournemouth to a spectacular 25/1. No catches here – if The Red Devils, who are hot-favourites to win in front of their own fans, get the better of The Cherries, then we will give you a massive 25/1. Isn’t that just the perfect way to start your weekend?
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That looks an offer to get excited about, and we are confident you won’t find anything better elsewhere. The locals, buzzing from a 3-2 Wembley win over Southampton in the final of the League Cup last week, are also on a solid run of form in the league, and enter chasing a third win in-a-row. Bournemouth have lost each of their last four, meaning we should get this one home with minimal fuss. If there is a disaster however, and United fail to beat Bournemouth, we won’t let it ruin your weekend and will, instead, give you a £/€5 free bet to use how you see fit.
Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Wednesday 1st March and 12:30 GMT on Saturday 4th March to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
No stopping United now
Man Utd are pushing hard for a return to the top-four and Champions League football. Since Sir Alex Ferguson walked out of the Theatre of Dreams for the last time, they have never deserved it more, and can be seen playing the best football we have witnessed from them in many years. With the season’s first piece of silverware in the bank, everyone at the club will be desperate to kick-on.
The locals have won each of their last two Premier League starts, beating Leicester and Watford, both without conceding a goal, while rattling in five of their own. They beat Bournemouth at a canter in the reverse of this fixture back in the summer, with goals from Mata, Rooney and Ibrahimovic securing the points. We should see something very similar this weekend, and if we do, you will be sitting on a big winner!