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It should be another cracking weekend in the Premier League with some excellent offers to pick up.
Manchester United will be out to build on their impressive win away to Arsenal last time out when they welcome Hull City to Old Trafford on Saturday, and at 5/1 with Coral punters will literally be salivating at the mouth.
Louis Van Gaal’s side picked up their first away win of the season with a 2-1 win over the Gunners, a result that moved up to fourth in the standings.
Key to that result was Wayne Rooney. The England striker added to the three goal he scored on international duty against Slovenia and Scotland with another effort last weekend and he appears to be entering top form at a crucial period in the season.
The forward will fancy his chances of keeping his recent run going against a Hull side that has lost three on the trot and won just one of their last 11 games.
To add to the Tigers woes they have a poor record against United, losing each of the last 9 games.
Last season they let slip a 2-0 lead to go down 3-2 and another defeat on Saturday coupled with results elsewhere could see them drop into the relegation zone.
The defensive side of their game looks set to be boosted by the return of Alex Bruce. The Northern Ireland defender has recovered from a hamstring injury and could start the game.
Mo Diame is also in contention to start after recovering from a knock to the knee however Gaston Ramirez is out following his red card in the 2-1 loss to Spurs last time out.
United for their part will be without a number of key men with Luke Shaw, Daley Blind (knee), Marcos Rojo (shoulder) and Phil Jones (shin) all out while Rafael will be assessed before the game following a spell on the sidelines with a muscular injury.
Radamel Falcao and Jonny Evans could both return after calf and ankle injuries.
It should be one way traffic at Old Trafford, with the 5/1 on offer begging to be be backed.
In the evening kickoff, Chelsea should have no problems in despatching a poor Sunderland side in the evening kickoff. Jose Mourinho’s side have looked a class apart this season, remaining undefeated, while Gus Poyet’s side have one eye over their shoulder at a potential relegation dogfight.
There are already rumours that bookmakers will be paying out on Chelsea winning the title this season, even before we begin the Christmas run in, and with Fabregas, Oscar, Hazard and Diego Costa pulling the strings there could be a blow out at the Stadium of Light.
It would take a foolish punter to oppose another Chelsea win – throw in odds of 3/1 on the Blues to taste another victory and its a definite no-brainer.
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