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.
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.
United play host to Chelsea and look good value at a top priced 2.25 with Coral to beat their arch rivals.
Since Roman Abramovich has taken over the Stamford Bridge, the Manchester United v Chelsea rivalry has gone to a whole another level – in terms of both performance and transfer targets.
The Red Devils are unbeaten in their last four Premier League meetings with the Blues (W3,D1) – their best run against them since December 1998 (five).
United look cracking value at 3.3 with bet365 and Betfred to beat Arsenal at the Emirates.
Sir Alex’s side, who clinched their 20th league title earlier in the week with four games to go by beating Aston Villa 3-0, have a good record against the Gunners.
Manchester United travel to the Britannia Stadium to take on struggling Stoke and look cracking value at 1.62 with Betfred to get back to winning ways.
It’s the big one as United take on City in the Manchester derby at Old Trafford, and they are a top priced 2.3 with bet365 to beat their arch rivals.
United are a 2.8 with Ladbrokes to beat arch rivals Chelsea in the FA Cup quarter-final replay at Stamford Bridge and look good value to do just that.
It will be the 11th FA Cup tie between the pair, and The Red Devils lead the head-to-head record by eight wins to two.
Sir Alex’s men have also won their last two games in the competition at the Bridge with their last FA Cup defeat at the ground coming way back in March 1950.
United travel to the Stadium Of Light to take on Sunderland and are 1.67 shots with Boylesports and Coral to come away with all three points.
United are 1.17 shots with bet365 and Betfred to beat Reading at Old Trafford and look worthy odds-on shots to do so.
They weren’t at their best when spurning a 2-0 lead against Chelsea in the FA Cup last week, but they didn’t lose despite playing well below their best and I get the feeling that Reading will feel the backlash in this.
Sir Alex is sure to have had some strong words for his players after last week’s performance, and history shows that they usually respond.
United are a top priced 1.83 with Coral to beat Chelsea in their last quarter-final FA Cup clash at Old Trafford.
It will be the eleventh tie in the competition between the pair, and the Red Devils lead the head-to-head record by eight wins to two.
Chelsea have also never won in five previous FA Cup games at Old Trafford, losing four, drawing one and scoring just one goal in total.
United take on Real Madrid at Old Trafford tonight in the second leg of their Champions League tie (7.45pm KO, Live On ITV1) and are a top priced 3.2 with Coral to beat the mighty Spaniards.
Sir Alex’s side did well to draw 1-1 at the Bernabeu, where they created plenty of chances and Robin van Persie missed two good opportunities late on.
That result meant that they have only lost once in their last 14 Champions League home games (nine wins, four draws), and their opponents have only won once in their last five away games in England in this competition (two draws, two defeats).
It happened last season, why can’t it happen again this season?
As the clock ticked beyond 90 minutes at Carrow Road last season, United looked to be heading for the exit door with just a point after squandering the lead late in a game they knew they had to win.
Up stepped Ryan Giggs on his 900th appearance to snatch all three points at the death. Who writes his scripts?
bwin make Giggs 12.50 to be the last goalscorer of the match tomorrow and you can get a free £20 bet.
United play host to Norwich and look worthy odds-on shots at 1.33 with bet365 to make it five league wins in a row.
The visitors have won two of their last four league games against the Red Devil but they have both come at Carrow Road and they haven’t won at old Trafford since August 1989.
Sir Alex’s men are also unbeaten in their last 15 and despite the fact already seems to be about next Tuesday’s Champions League clash against Real Madrid, the gaffer will be fully aware that the Canaries need taking care of first.
This weekend bwin are offering a free £20 bet to all RedRants readers as United make the journey South to take on struggling QPR at Loftus Road.
It’s a fixture that’s gone predominantly United’s way down the years and, after last years capitulation on the final day of the season away to City, United and their fans I’m sure will be gunning to strike another blow into Rangers’ Premier League survival hopes so you might fancy putting your money on United to win at 1.50.
Let’s take a look at how a few of the prominent United websites preview the game before we take a look at a few of the odds.