We’re back with a Super Sunday addition of our Premier League prediction weekend here at BettingTipst.net. Thanks to crowded midweek fixtures, Sundays are the new Saturdays this season – and our Premier League tips, betting info and predictions follow on below for you.
For our Premier League predictions today, we’re focussing on the clash at Old Trafford, where second place Manchester United host fifth place West Ham, coached by United’s famous flop David Moyes. Our experts are, as walsy, on hand to deliver the very best Premier League tips, predictions and more.
Manchester United went some way to silencing critics last Sunday with a comfortable 2-0 derby win at the home of Manchester City. The result came perhaps as two little too late, as it followed three 0-0 draws in a low that have afforded City a 14 point gap despite the loss – though United do have a game in hand. Their Europa League outing saw teenager Amada Diallo grab his first professional goal for United against AC Milan, but Solskjaer will be disappointed by the manner in which the conceded Milan’s late equaliser.
West Ham have defied most expert Premier League predictions this season, as they sit two point behind top four Chelsea with a game in hand. Theory excellent form this season has been thanks to Moyes throwing back to his Everton days and reminding us he’s actually a very good manager, especially when it comes to recruitment. West Ham could be in the top four if they’d found a way to beat the big boys this season. Other than a win over Spurs last month, they haven’t managed to get a win over the line against any of the so-called ‘big six’.
These sides last met at old Trafford a little over a month ago in the FA Cup, where United needed extra time and a 97th Scott McTomminay goal to see off West Ham. United won the reverse league fixture 3-1 at the London Stadium in December, with the last Old Trafford meeting in July ending in a 0-0 draw. Moyes’ personal managerial record against his old club doesn’t bode well for his Premier League predictions here, as he has won just 4 of a total 30 meetings against United, losing 19 and drawing 7.
Below we’ve provided you with the results from the last five games between Manchester United and West Ham, as well as three statistical highlights. We’ve used all of this information and more in order to bring you this Premier League prediction weekend here at BettingTips.net.
Having analysed the above information, our Premier League predictions today suggest a slender United win on Sunday.
Despite recent drab performances, and Milan’s last minute winner on Thursday evening, the backline is where United have been consistent. Prior to Simon Kjaer’s last minute equaliser for Milan, United had gone four games without conceding a goal. They have conceded just three goals in their last nine and, having kept Pep’s City at bay, should be confident of keeping out West Ham, for all their attacking prowess. West Ham have scored in each of their last four games, winninging three of them, but that runs seems to be coming to an end. It’s been less than a month since United last kept a clean sheet against West Ham, and wee see a repeat of that, only with United getting the job done within 90 minutes this time. Our tips for this one is therefore a home win to nil at odds of 3.25 with Bet365.