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United to undermine Spurs’ title push

United to undermine Spurs’ title push


Manchester United can prove that their post-Jose Mourinho revival needs to be taken seriously by beating Tottenham at Wembley on Sunday.

Since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took charge at Old Trafford, United have won four Premier League games in a row and triumphed against a limited Reading side in the FA Cup last weekend.

All four of the league victories have come against teams in the bottom half of the table but there has been a swagger and attacking verve in United’s play which was not seen under Mourinho.

United to win 1-0 @ 12/1

Solskjaer’s side have scored 14 goals in the four league wins but may need to only find the net once to emerge victorious at Wembley.

Spurs are enjoying a fine season but there have been signs that chasing glory on four fronts may be asking too much of Mauricio Pochettino’s players.

They appeared to hit the wall in the closing stages of last month’s home loss to Wolves and tired in the second half of Tuesday’s Carabao Cup victory against Chelsea.

Spurs thrashed United 3-0 at Old Trafford in August but it seems certain to be a tighter affair this time with the revitalised Paul Pogba 17/2 to score the first goal.

Everton win and both teams to score @ 2/1

Everton and Bournemouth shared four goals on the south coast earlier in the season and it looks set to be another high-scoring affair between the two out-of-form teams at Goodison Park.

Marco Silva’s team have only won one of their last eight matches while Bournemouth have been beaten in eight of their 11 most recent encounters.

The Cherries have conceded 12 goals in their last three games and taken no points from the last 15 on offer away from home.

Odds on more than 4.5 goals being scored in the match should be taken up at 7/2.

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