There's little question as to the marquee tie in the Premier League this weekend, with the Manchester derby taking centre stage on Super Sunday.

With United's hopes of a Champions League finish now well and truly renewed following their rival's impending ban from the competition, this weekend's hosts undoubtedly have more to gain from a victory.

It's a result the bookmakers don't see coming however, but WhoScored.com feel that there is real value in backing the hosts to get a result in this week's exclusive Request A Bet offer. The statistical experts have tipped five outcomes in total, combining for a mouthwatering price of 28/1!

Manchester United win or draw

Manchester United are the underdogs with the bookies ahead of the visit of their neighbours in blue, but the price looks very long indeed. Their current nine-match unbeaten streak is the longest since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's honeymoon period at the club and while City have won their last five matches in all competitions, the last four have been by just a single goal.

Factor in that United - regardless of form - do tend to show up in big games and the double chance bet looks a great price, with City's fixture list mounting up and priorities laying elsewhere.

Raheem Sterling 2+ shots

A player who is always keen to impress against Manchester United but seldom does, Sterling will once again be hoping to put an end to a dismal record against the Red Devils. The winger was rested in midweek so should start and while his goal return has dried up it's not been through lack of effort, or indeed efforts.

No other Premier League player has had more shots away from home than the England international (45), mustering at least two in 11 of his 12 outings on the road.

Nicolas Otamendi and Luke Shaw to be booked

While Otamendi's disciplinary record has improved dramatically in recent seasons, away from home - particularly in high profile matches - the Argentine always has a clumsy challenge in him. In fact, he has picked up 23 yellow cards in 67 Premier League appearances on the road compared to a modest 8 from 63 at home.

As for United's most likely booking candidate, Luke Shaw is front and centre for the hosts and has picked up a yellow card in each of his last two games. The left-back has been booked twice as many times in the Premier League as any current teammate since the start of last season (16), carded every 235 minutes on average in that time.

Manchester United under 4.5 corners

Our final tip looks into the corners market, based on a trend stretching back some way in this fixture. United have had just 29 corners across their last ten meetings with Manchester City, and never more than four in that time. Moreover, only five Premier League teams have taken less in home matches all season (70).