Man United v Arsenal Betting Tips
Man United and Arsenal has always been one of the most entertaining derbies in England. From Martin Keown’s celebration in Ruud van Nistelrooy’s face, to Alex Ferguson beating Arsene Wenger’s side 8-2 back in 2011, there are always plenty of talking points. This season, neither side are at the level that they will be hoping to be at, but they will still be taking this game at the highest level.
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Manchester United’s Recent Premier League Form
Last Time Out For Man United
Man United continued their poor run of form with a 2-0 defeat to West Ham at the London Stadium. West Ham took the lead at the end of a mainly uneventful first half. Andriy Yarmolenko latched onto a Felipe Anderson chipped pass, before firing his shot past David de Gea and into the bottom corner. After the break, Man United had the better chances with Juan Mata and Harry Maguire both missing from close range. With 5 minutes left, Aaron Cresswell stepped up to a free kick and rifled the ball into the top corner to double West Ham’s lead and end United’s hope of an away win. In midweek, United only scraped through on penalties against Rochdale in the Carabao Cup, so it’s clear that not all is right at Old Trafford. Even against League 1 opposition, they only managed to score once and without any out and out strikers, it’s tough to see where the goals can come from.
Arsenal’s Recent Premier League Form
Last Time Out For Arsenal
Arsenal’s mad start to the season continued at the Emirates on Sunday, in a 3-2 win over newly-promoted Aston Villa. With 20 minutes gone, Villa took the lead through John McGinn, just as they had done in North London against Spurs in the first game of the season. Things went from bad to worse for Arsenal as Ainsley Maitland Niles was sent off after just 41 minutes. After the break, Nicolas Pepe opened his Arsenal account with a penalty, but just 90 seconds later, Wesley Moraes scored for Villa to restore their lead. In the 81st minute, Calum Chambers equalised for the second time, before Pierre Emerick Aubameyang netted a free kick to give Arsenal the lead with 5 minutes to go. The game petered out with no more chances for either side, with Arsenal taking the 3 points in a hugely entertaining game. Arsenal haven’t kept a clean sheet since the opening day and with such an attacking front line, both teams to score almost feels inevitable on Monday night.
Where’s The Value Bet?
If there’s anything that Manchester United and Arsenal can guarantee, it’s goals. Although they might not be in the best place as it stands, when the two sides meet there has still been goals in recent years. In fact in the last 10 meetings, there have been 31 goals, an average of 3.1 per match. As well as seeing plenty of goals, it’s rarely been completely one sided. In 7 of the last 10, both teams have scored and results have been quite even overall. With neither side able to take control, or defend properly against the other, we’ve gone for BTTS and over 2.5 at EVS.
How To Watch Man United v Arsenal
Man United v Arsenal will be shown live on Sky Sports from 8pm on Monday 30th September.
Bet UK’s Headline Betting Tip
Despite Man United spending heavily on their defence this summer, they still look shaky and uncoordinated. This week, they come up against Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, one of Europe’s most in form strikers. We expect him to grab a goal at Old Trafford, if not more.
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