Bournemouth v Man Utd Betting Preview, Best Bets And Tips
The weekend's Premier League action starts with an intriguing clash between Bournemouth and Manchester United on Saturday lunchtime, and the latest Bournemouth v Man Utd Odds offer plenty of value...
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Bournemouth v Man Utd Odds
Bournemouth start the day in the heady heights of sixth place following their best ever start to a top-flight campaign and they are 11/4 for a win against the Red Devils.
It probably wouldn't be that much of a surprise to see the Cherries win this one because an inconsistent United side are two places lower than their hosts in the league table, albeit the Red Devils do have a decent record in this fixture.
Jose Mourinho's men haven't lost to Bournemouth since December 2015, winning four and drawing one of five meetings since, and they are 11/10 favourites for victory.
We couldn't back United with any confidence right now though, particularly at that price, so we go looking elsewhere for our bets.
These two teams do tend to produce goals as Bournemouth's ten league outings have witnessed 31 goals in total - with seven games going over 2.5 goals - while United have seen 34 goals fly in during their ten matches.
Mourinho's side have kept only one clean sheet in the league this term, so both teams to score should attract odds-on backers (4/7), as should over 2.5 goals (31/40).
Romelu Lukaku will be relishing the chance to take on Bournemouth again as he has scored eight goals in five appearances against them, scoring in both meetings last season, and he is 9/2 to be first goalcorer.
Lukaku has been struggling for confidence of late though and it is Anthony Martial who is our best bet for the game. The Frenchman has scored four goals in his last three league outings and he should have a field day down Bournemouth's right-hand side, which has looked decidedly weak of late.
Martial is 13/2 to be first goalscorer, although we are going to back him to score anytime at 2/1 with Paddy Power - which was also a bet that paid out nicely for us against Everton last Sunday.