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Where to put your money for Liverpool vs United

United travel to Anfield on Sunday to take on arch rivals Liverpool and are a top priced 2.75 with Boylesports to come away with all three points.

As far as current form is concerned, Sir Alex’s side look a great bet at odds-against.

Liverpool are still to register their first win of the new season and have managed just 2 points from four games.

Brendan Rodger’s men have won just two of their 11 Premier League games at Anfield in 2012 (W2 D4 L5) and have posted the worst shooting accuracy of any team in the top flight so far this season.

By stark contrast United have won their last three games in the league and come into the game on the back of a 1-0 win over Galatasaray in the Champions league earlier in the week.

However the stats are not good as far as the Red Devils are concerned.

Liverpool have won four and lost none of their last five games in all competitions against United on their own patch, and seem to raise the game to another level when playing United.

However they have looked a side who are still trying to gel together, and have won just two of their 11 Premier League games at Anfield in 2012 (W2 D4 L5).

They have also posted the worst shooting accuracy of any team in the top flight so far this season, and it’s hard to see them coming from behind if United take the lead.

I think United are more than capable of holding them at bay and putting at least two past them.

Chicharito, who has scored in each of his last two Premier League appearances at Anfield, looks a bit of value at 8 with Boylesports in the first goalscorer market.

Robin van Persie, who has made an immediate impact since his move to Old Trafford, not surprisingly heads that market.

He scored both goals when Arsenal beat Liverpool 2-1 at Anfield last season and has netted four in his last five games against the Merseysiders. bet365 make him 6 chance to break the deadlock and offer 2.5 about him netting anytime – good value when you consider his record.

I fancy United to win this 2-1 or 3-1, and those scorelines can be backed at 10 and 21 respectively with bet365.




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14 Comments

  1. Proverb says:

    I win gold finally

  2. DreadedRed says:

    Wherever you put your money, the bin-dipping, rat-munching scousers will find it, and steal it.

    Best you spend it BEFORE going to Anfield.

  3. WeAreUnited says:

    September 22, 2012 at 11:17
    United Till I Die says:

    nicely said in the other section, United Till I Die with red motion :D

    we live for manchester United, but we also should for our life and show that even though happened what happened for things like that we should show some respect. Chant Suarez and call him what you want, for his acts, but the other thing is too deep.

    Someone said I don’t remember when, but something liek this: could you imagine that Bobby Charlton would have a go and chant for that, and be proud of?

    do you see players acting crazy about it and call for chants? No, cause after all, footballers do know that even thouhg you hate somebody in the game, they will show the respect, cause we’re human, and football is football.

    These days even more, because football in these days is business, so there’s few that are through and through for one team. Then you’ll find those crazy people that brake other players legs on purpose and do everything on and off, but they are a minority (I guess).

    Peace and show some respect for the people who died.

  4. DreadedRed says:

    Proverb – careful buddy! Don’t mention the gold on a scouser thread. They’ll nick it.

  5. Proverb says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/.
    The lure of the English Clasico | Mail

  6. goatinaunitedshirt says:

    Somebody who echos my sentiments. I dont get many of those to the pound.

    http://www.football365.com/mailbox/8097981/The-Up-Side-Of-A-Febrile-Atmosphere

    I dont really understand who raging what battle and where. On one hand we have the working class families at OT, fiercly manc full of local history then you have the prawn sandwich brigade. The reccession hits and in lesser important games the prawns are replaced with cucumber. The working class families are out of work but benefits are there and more likely than not better than the poxy lower end of the wage spectrum. On special occassions they have cucumber sandwiches. All of a sudden the ubermench are relating to the hardships of the poor and the flat caps are enjoying the good life. Now the flat caps, who used to sing their little hearts out have become more refined and the prawn sandwiches who never sung in the first place has turned into a stale couldron of rootless dross. Now the flat caps want us to be civil to the scousers. The working mans sport is now the new cricket and everyone must behave. So now we have a world where you must all get on, guilty arent guilty even after theyve been proved so as they didnt really mean it and they are just missunderstood. The scousers get a repreeve in the world as being incestrious murders is just a colour in the spectrum of this gay rainbow world we live in. I find it facinating that all year we sing “you killed your own fans” and “Its never your fault” only to reach the anniversary of such event and fall silent. Its like your friends asking you when your birthday is throughout the year and come your birthday they ignore you.
    What people sing on the terraces isnt to be taken seriously. Like the fan who posted on football365 no one here really believes that Torres was really Carraghers bum boy or that the songs are to be taken seriously. If that was the case then I would be scared of the muslim threat and then my Sunday morning ritual of taken a page from the Koran and whiping my taint all over it, cutting to bank note size and sending it to earthquake victims in Iran so they can buy goat blankets and rope would have to end for fear of going down a hat size. Thankfully I can see when things should be taken seriously and when just to laugh in their faces. Sing your hearts out lads, sing what you want. If theyre are so umpty about it then thats their problems. All they are trying to do is controll your passion for the occassion. Look at OT last Wednesday the Turks outsung the cucmber brigade, atleast they had passion.
    And to all you do gooders, you sing with passion, its impossible to sing andy pandy songs with vitiolic passion however dying scousers seems to add a dB or two.

  7. Proverb says:

    Dread you funny fucker :P

  8. Lebenglese says:

    Hahaha Dreaded that is brilliant.

  9. Redbilly says:

    United and the fans will show class tomorrow .

  10. TonyBee says:

    Kenny Dalglish dies and goes to heaven. When he gets to the pearly gates, St. Peter takes one look at him and says “sorry no scousers allowed in heaven,” but King Kenny pleads that he’s a good bloke who has led a saintly life. He says, “Just last week I gave £200 to Children In Need, £300 to Help The Aged and £500 to Comic Relief”.

    St. Peter thinks for a while then goes inside to speak to God then comes back. “Sorry mate, I’ve had a word with God… He says, ‘here’s your £1000 back, now fuck off!’”

  11. Proverb says:

    Cant be arsed with today… bring on tomorrow! day off work and the dippers vs the red devils SuperSunday
    Hopefully the chavs drop points today, cause we sure are going to take all 3 from the bindippers hole, [business as usual] they are sinking SINKING!

  12. Redbilly says:

    Let’s hope the scouse have a miserable match tomorrow .

  13. Redbilly says:

    Scouser kops for a prostitute .

    ‘ would you like a blowjob?’

    ‘ will it affect my dole money?’

    B manning

  14. TG says:

    Careful giving it the big talk, since when did we do well at Anfield?????

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