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West Brom v Man United: Goals guaranteed at the Hawthorns

| 20.10.2014

Manchester United head to the Hawthorns on Monday night looking to pick up their third league win in a row and are favourites to do just that at 7/10.

The hosts could fancy their chances at 4/1, however, after going unbeaten in four Monday Night Football outings, while United have won just one of their last five at the start of the week.

The draw is available at 3/1 to here James Curtis looks at three of the better value offerings on the match.

Man United to win and both teams to score@ 21/10

While West Brom may be used to avoiding defeat on Monday nights just one win from 21 meetings with United shows that it’s the visitors who are to be backed here.

However, with both teams netting in five of the last eight meetings and United’s defensive frailties well documented this term it pays to take the longer odds on an away with both sides on target.

Man United to score 2-3 goals @ 21/20

Even without Wayne Rooney – who has bagged six goals in six games against the Baggies – United’s front line should be able to net 2-3 goals for the seventh time in eight meetings – not including the bizarre 5-5 draw that marked Sir Alex Ferguson’s farewell.

With Radamel Falcao off the mark, Angel Di Maria in good form and Juan Mata a solid replacement for the suspended captain expect United to be among the goals again here.

Manchester United -1 @ 33/10

United have edged their last two games by a single goal but their last three wins over the Baggies have come by two goals or more.

With the Baggies keeping a clean sheet just twice in 12 home games in the league the -1 handicap shouldn’t be too hard for the 20-time champions to overcome.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.