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Juventus v Man Utd tips: Can Mourinho’s men get a vital win?

| 07.11.2018

Manchester United take on Juventus for a crucial Champions League tie tonight.

Juventus ran out 1-0 winners when these sides faced each other at Old Trafford last month to take control of Group H.

United know defeat would leave them having to battle it out with Valencia for second spot.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Paul Pogba will both want to put on a show against their former sides here. It’s set up for a huge night in Turin. And we’ve got all the pre-match info…

Match Odds

United have had a mixed start to the season, while Juventus have only dropped two points in all competitions. Max Allegri’s side are clear 8/13 favourites in this one.

The visitors are 19/4 underdogs, with the draw a 27/10 shot.

United have tended to start playing on the front foot only after going behind in recent weeks. The Serie A champions are 1/2 to score first.

Talking Tactics

Juventus will look to control the ball, with Paulo Dybala operating in the hole behind Ronaldo and Mario Mandzukic.

United need to stop the Argentine pulling the strings if they’re going to get anything. Nemanja Matic’s lack of mobility could be exposed here, so Ander Herrera is likely to come in to add some bite to midfield.

Romelu Lukaku has been ruled out, which means Alexis Sanchez should continue up front for the Red Devils.

Anthony Martial could be the Premier League side’s biggest threat though – he’s scored five goals in his last five games.

Goalscorer Odds

Ronaldo is 3/1 to score first or 23/20 to net at any point. Dybala got the only goal at Old Trafford. He’s 7/5 to score again here.

We go 7/2 that Martial keeps up his red-hot form with another goal. And Sanchez is 4/1 to get his first European goal for United.

Match Info

Where: Allianz Stadium

When: 8:00pm

How to watch: BT Sport 2

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Daniel Anwar

Daniel has covered sports for Squawka, FourFourTwo and iSportconnect. He is a naively optimistic Arsenal fan and is also passionate about music, film and chicken wings.