11/10 United v Spurs to be the highest scoring match

11/10 is also quoted for Sir Alex Ferguson's men to be the highest scoring team

Ahead of Saturday’s live Premier League football, Coral are offering 11/10 for the Manchester United v Tottenham match to contain more goals than the Arsenal v Chelsea clash (6/4 and 3/1 tie). 

11/10 is also quoted for Sir Alex Ferguson’s men to be the highest scoring team from the four Premier League sides playing live on TV this Saturday (9/4 Arsenal, 10/3 Chelsea and 8/1 Tottenham).

“It would be a big surprise to see a lack of goals in the Manchester United v Tottenham match. The last four league meetings between these two sides at Old Trafford, has seen an average of four goals a game,” Coral’s Tim Reynolds told Football Betting News.

“We expect United to continue with their impressive record over Spurs. However, it’s hard to see Chelsea managing to dominate an Arsenal side that have only conceded four goals from their last seven fixtures in all competitions,” added Reynolds.

The opening live Premier League fixture on Saturday sees Arsenal host their bitter rivals Chelsea. The Gunners, who currently sit four points behind the Blues, are 7/4 to finish higher in the league than Chelsea this season.

The tea-time kick-off sees Manchester United take on Tottenham at Old Trafford. Sir Alex Ferguson’s men haven’t tasted defeat against Spurs at home since December 1989, and with Wayne Rooney back from injury, the 19-times Premier League champions will be confident of extending their unbeaten run against Spurs in all competitions to 27 games. It’s 4/7 for United to overcome AVB’s men and 7/4 for Rooney to score and United win.

Latest Coral odds

**Highest scoring game

11/10 Man Utd v Tottenham, 6/4 Arsenal v Chelsea, 3/1 Tie

 

**Team To Score The Most Goals

11/10 Man Utd, 9/4 Arsenal, 10/3 Chelsea, 8/1 Tottenham

Dead heat rules apply.

 

**Finish Highest In The League

2/5 Chelsea, 7/4 Arsenal

 

**Rooney Score/Man Utd Win

7/4 Rooney to score and Man Utd win

(void if Rooney doesn’t start)

 

**Total away wins on Saturday

5/6 Over 2.5, 5/6 Under 2.5

 

**Total home wins on Saturday

5-6 Over 3.5, 5-6 Under 3.5


Written By:- Jaymes Monte (About our Authors)
Posted on:- 28/09/2012 - 13:02 PM
Filed in:- Premier League Betting News, Manchester United, Tottenham


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