Oct 24 2015

The key stats ahead of United vs City

Juan-Mata-scores-for-Manc-008Sunday afternoon sees the first instalment of the Manchester derby this season, as United host City at Old Trafford knowing a win would take them top of the table.

Last season United won the corresponding fixture 4-2, taking a crucial step towards securing a top four finish and securing their first league win at Old Trafford against their local rivals since 2011.

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Jan 30 2015

5 Reasons Why Manchester United Will Beat Leicester This Weekend

Leicester City 5-3 Manchester United

Back in September Leicester City pulled off one of the upsets of the season as they came from 3-1 down to beat Manchester United 5-3 at the King Power Stadium.

This result meant Louis van Gaal had won only one of his first six games in all competitions as Manchester United manager and many had started to write off their chances of UEFA Champions League football next season.

With this in mind you are probably confident of a Manchester United victory this weekend. Which may interest you in putting some money on them. You may wish to do so using any of the betting sites listed here.

How times have changed. Can Leicester City do it again this weekend, at Old Trafford? Here’s five reasons why Manchester United will beat the Foxes:

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Oct 31 2014

Watch a match in a box at Old Trafford

Tag: Betting,Manchester United @ 10:11 am

Football Coupon AppRed Rants have teamed up with Weekend Football to give you the chance to win a pair of VIP tickets to watch Man United v Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on Saturday 8th November.

The tickets are in an 8-seater executive box on the Stretford End goal-line and include a four-course meal, complimentary drinks, a match day programme and last but not least, your own private balcony!

How to enter:

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Mar 04 2014

Who should be United’s next captain?

Tag: Betting @ 7:11 am

With Nemanja Vidic leaving Old Trafford this summer to join Inter after the expiration of his contract, not only do United need a new dominant defender – they need a new captain.

The club is in a transitional phase with players sure to arrive at the club and some to depart at the end of the season.

There are a number of potential candidates to replace the Serb as club captain, but determining the correct one will be a key decision for David Moyes.

United have had some extraordinary captains over the last 15-20 years; players that have inspired the rest of the team, led by example and acted as the spearhead for a successful team.

Ideally the next captain will be someone that will play week-in, week-out, and as such be able to demonstrate their ability as an example for others. Someone vocal and a dominant personality is also ideal.

Looking at the side currently there are only really a handful of potentials, with the odds fluctuating and as unpredictable as betting on Cheltenham 2014 online.

Wayne Rooney looks set to finish his career at Old Trafford after signing a new contract with the club, and the England international will certainly be in the running.

The aggressive forward can inspire with his actions, but whether he has the temperament to be a skipper is another thing.

Michael Carrick could well be an option as he is all-but guaranteed a place in the side when available and is an intelligent footballer. Whether he has the dominant personality is a question mark however.

Some have mentioned David De Gea as a potential, but despite the goalkeeper’s ability he seems too young and lacking the authority and communication skills.

Jonny Evans could well be in line to replace Vidic in the United side and as such may well be an option as a new captain. The defender has been on the club’s books for ten years and is a dependable and level-headed character.

Who would you install as United’s new captain?

Oct 15 2013

Title race wider open than ever before

Tag: Betting @ 5:00 pm

Manchester-United-v-West-Bromwich-Albion-Premier-League-2315721The international break might be the sort of week United fans would love to do without, but the England games offer the opportunity to deliver a first, early doors, verdict on this Premier League season.

Those who predicted a two-horse race between Manchester City and Chelsea have so far been left disappointed, but with less than a third of the season gone, there’s still plenty of time to place your bet on who will lift the Premier League trophy this season and if you fancy a bit of a cheeky punt, why not head to freebets.org to take advantage of all the best free bets on offer courtesy of Britain’s biggest bookmakers?

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Aug 14 2013

Did you cash in on our 16/1 United tip?

Tag: Betting,Manchester United @ 11:12 am

United trophy ceremonyThis time last year RedRants told you United were a great bet in the handicapped market to win the Premier League and that’s exactly what they did.

With a +2 start they never needed, United romped to the title with a total of 91pts pipping EVERTON by just 4pts while City’s apparent slickers and their scratch handicap amassed a shameful 78pts. (See below for complete handicap positions for 12/13)

You can remind yourselves or look for proof if required by reading last years article entitled ‘United a good bet for the title‘. This season we’ve teamed up with LuxBet to try to bring you another great United tip.

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May 18 2013

West Brom v United: Fireworks expected in Fergie’s last game

Tag: Betting @ 11:00 am

Manchester United travel to the Hawthorn’s to take on West Brom in the final game of the season, and look cracking value at 1.83 with bet365 to round off with another victory.

Success in the game will see them equal their best ever points haul in a Premier League season (91 in 1999/00), and the stats are heavily in their favour.

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May 11 2013

Sir Alex’s last game at Old Trafford – United to turn on style against Swansea?

Tag: Betting @ 10:00 am

United take on Swansea in Sir Alex Ferguson’s final home game in charge and are a top priced 1.33 with Coral and Ladbrokes to give him a winning send-off.

The game, which comes on a day which will officially be crowned champions for a 20th time, will mean so much for players, fans and the departing manager and it’s hard to see anything other than a wide margin success for the Red Devils in what promises to be some party at old Trafford.

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