Man Utd have netted at least twice in five of their last six games.
Bournemouth v Man Utd – Wednesday 19:45, BT Sport 1
The Cherries are having a fairly torrid time, only winning one of their last eight games, and that was against a down and out West Brom side. The Red Devils, meanwhile, must look to bounce back from a shock defeat to the Baggies at the weekend. Overall though, Bournemouth have lost all six matches against the top four this term and we can’t see them causing another upset against a United side that has won five of six trips to the bottom half this term.
Dean Court has been a thoroughly entertaining arena this season, with only three stadiums having seen more goals, as Bournemouth’s matches have featured at least three in each of their last nine there. Furthermore, Man Utd have netted at least twice in five of their last six games – winning their last two on the road 3-2.
Another 3-2 could actually be worth a punt given the recent high scoring antics of both teams. The hosts have scored exactly twice in six of their last seven on home turf, while United have now netted three times in half of their last four outings against bottom-half teams.