Wayne Rooney is still doubtful for Man United trip to Carrow road this weekend, but they still look a solid bet at 1.57 with Paddy Power to beat Norwich.
with or without Wazza, United have a formidable record on the road and have lost just once in their last 13 away games.
They have won 8 of those, and despite not being at their best in midweek against Ajax have made it through to the last 16 of the Europa League and can now firmly concentrate on the job in hand.
Adimttedly their opponents are in good form, having lost only on of their last six games and managed to keep clean sheets in the last two.
However United themselves have also been very solid in defence having kept the most clean sheets in the Premier League this season, and their formidable striking power should prove too much for the Canaries.
Chicharito got a much needed start and the opening goal in United’s 2-1 home defeat against Ajax, and will surely be in the staring XI once again.
Five of his 8 goals in the Premiership this season having been the opener, so that makes him am obvious starting point for those that like to play in the first scorer market.
I think there will be more goals in this than many pundits are predicting, and over 2.5 goals at 1.66 with bet365 is also worth a second look from a betting perspective.
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