The winner of Leicester vs Manchester United on Sunday is guaranteed to be playing Champions League football next season, though both could still qualify with a draw if Wolves do them a solid and beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
The trouble for Leicester is they trail both Chelsea and Man United by a point and they know they’ll have to go for the win. The question for punters is will this match be an end-to-end thriller or will it be a cagey affair settled by one moment of brilliance or one mistake. I’m inclined to go for the latter and, with the feeling that this match could go either way, our Leicester vs Manchester United tip is for there to be less than 2.5 goals.
Leicester’s results have been all over the place recently, with away defeats at Tottenham and Bournemouth and a draw at Arsenal. But they won their last home game 2-0 against Sheffield United and have home advantage on Sunday.
That might not matter, as United won the corresponding fixture last season 1-0, a score they also beat Leicester by at Old Trafford in this season’s reverse fixture. However, while United were on fire after the restart, they’ve not hit top gear in either their FA Cup semifinal defeat by Chelsea or their latest 1-1 home draw against West Ham.
As both teams have not been at their best recently, it’s easy to see both managers starting the game with a cautious approach. Ole Gunner Solskjaer knows a draw means United will finish above Leicester and that may mean he’ll rein in his forwards at the beginning. An early goal could change everything, but I like the less than 2.5 goals angle at a shade of odds-on.
28/09/2020 | Football - Premier League
Both Teams To Score (Yes)
1pt Win @ 1.68 Unibet, Betway
27/09/2020 | Horse Racing
1pt Win @ 2.25 Betfred, Paddy Power
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