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Manchester United and Stoke City have met five times since the Potters returned to the Premier League.
The Red Devils have a 100% record in those fixtures – despite Stoke’s reportedly imperious home form. In fact, in the five games Stoke have managed to score just once and conceded 14.
It bodes well for their visit to Old Trafford tonight.
Bearing this in mind then, Manchester United’s unbeaten record in the Premier League this season looks set to stay intact – and I’m here to make you rich.
I’m Leroy Paine.
Wayne Rooney scored in open play for the first time since March against West Bromwich Albion, and is renowned for going on goalscoring streaks. I believe that he is at the start of one, but his odds of 3/1 for first goalscorer alone are not big enough to tempt me.
No, I looked at the Scorecast on Sportingbet.com and coupled Rooney as first goalscorer with a 3-0 Man Utd victory at odds of 20/1.
I fully expect to be rewarded for my adventure, like the time I rode a chariot pulled by lions I lassoed in the African savannah.
Stoke can expect a similarly wild ride at Old Trafford, and with United benefiting from the shoot-on-sight policy employed by Portuguese flyer Nani – who already has five league goals this season – I’m backing him to score a sixth today.
After all, four of those five Premier League goals have come in home fixtures at Old Trafford. Nani is 8/5 to score anytime, and 11/1 for first goalscorer with Sportingbet.com.
With Sportingbet.com offering their famous Goal Rush deal where all losing pre-match first goalscorer, anytime goalscorer, correct score and scorecast bets are refunded if more than five goals are scored, you can’t lose if Manchester United rack up a big victory.
This looks pretty likely too.
In the last two seasons, Manchester United have put nine goals past Stoke at Old Trafford, and could well do something similar tonight.
Sportingbet.com offer odds of 9/2 for the match to feature more than 4.5 goals in total for both sides, and it looks very generous indeed.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to pay off your mortgage all in one go?
P.S. Sorry Stoke supporters. I’m no Manchester United fan, but I’m giving you no hope whatsoever. The head to head record illustrates why.
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