In-Play Bet for Man Utd v Tottenham

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£50 Free In-Play Bet on Man Utd v Tottenham.

When is Kick Off?

Sunday 11th December at 14:15pm GMT

Our Prediction?

I'm betting on a 2-2 Draw currently a 16/1 chance.

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To qualify for the free In-Play bet, put a bet on before kick-off, then once the game starts put another bet on any of the In-Play markets.

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You can place a bet on over 70 In-Play markets available throughout the game. The more popular ones being Next Goal, Match Goals, Total Corners, Half-Time Result, Full-Time Result.

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English Premier League: Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur Preview – Old Trafford – 11th December, 2016

Get a £50 Free In-Play bet on Man Utd v Tottenham
Manchester United once more squandered the chance to take three points when drew level 1-1 with Everton at the Goodison Park last weekend.

Marouane Fellaini, playing his 100th game for the Red Devils showed all signs of player out of touch.

Entering the game in the 85th minute of play, a sudden rush of blood caused him to commit a foul during injury time thus gifting his rivals with a penalty and a equalizer.

United just don't seem to be going beyond draws (this one being their seventh in 14 games) and it is with this unsure feeling about themselves they proceed to take on Tottenham Hotspur at home at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Spurs, who have been through a bout of low-scoring in the last couple of months, suddenly came alive with a 5-0 thrashing of minions Swansea City away at the Liberty stadium last weekend.

Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Christian Eriksen seemed to have found their goal scoring touch and this doesn't bode well for a United defence that is looking uncertain at the best.

Valencia, Phil Jones and Matteo Darmian have been below par of late. Pogba still gets another chance at Old Trafford on Sunday to prove that he is worth all that money he has cost the club.

Mkhitaryan and Martial, who looked like hitting top form are back to their unsure selves.

Mourinho will thus look to his ace striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, to show results on Sunday.

The tall 35-year old Swedish striker is already United's highest scorer for the season with 8 goals from his 13 outings for the club in the current 2016-17 season and is the most likely Red Devil candidate to find the back of the net in the clash with Tottenham.

Although just one place separates these two teams on the Premier League table, the points difference is a yawning gap of six.

Even a win for the hosts on Sunday won't bring them close to Spurs' tally of 27. But for Mauricio Pochettino's men a win could mean coming closer to the Top 4 of the table.

3rd and 4th placed Liverpool and Manchester City have 30 points each to their credit.

Considering that goals have almost dried off for United (only 7 in their last 8 Premier League outings since October), it's difficult to see them getting even one against a side that have been the most parsimonious when it comes to conceding.

Spurs have let in just 10 goals, which is the least of all Premier League teams.

But bookmakers seemed to have taken a leaf out of history in wagering for a United win.

Tottenham's previous two visits to Old Trafford in 2015 had ended in 0-3 and 0-1 defeats.

But the hosts could be under some pressure to achieve similar results this time around given their poor recent form.

Correct Score Tips for Man Utd v Tottenham

Man Utd 2-2 Tottenham @ 16/1

Man Utd 1-1 Tottenham @ 11/2 
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