Bolton v Man Utd Betting Preview

4/9 that United maintain their 100% record

Manchester United take their 100% record to the Reebok Stadium this Saturday afternoon looking to translate their impressive home record to something similar on the road.

United have swept past Tottenham and Arsenal in successive home games, but performances at Old Trafford have rarely been an issue for Sir Alex Ferguson’s side. The true test of how much this United team have improved will come on their travels.

Bolton started the season in emphatic fashion with a 4-0 win over QPR but their optimism was subsequently reined in by resounding defeats to Manchester City and Liverpool. And they’ll get no respite this weekend with the visit of the champions.

The Trotters did manage to hold on to defender Gary Cahill in the summer transfer window while adding David Ngog and Gael Kakuta to their squad. However, the form of Ivan Klasnic – three goals in three games – and Kevin Davies could mean that the former Liverpool striker is required to wait a while before he gets the chance to show Wanderers fans what he can do with a football.

Ferguson is without Nemanja Vidic and Rafael while Danny Welbeck is unavailable having pulled up with a hamstring injury in the win over Arsenal. Javier Hernandez is expected to make his first start of the season in Welbeck’s absence.

The partnership struck up between Ashley Young and Wayne Rooney has been paramount to United’s – and England’s – early season success. They can be backed with Victor Chandler at odds of 2/1 and 21/20 to score at anytime in the match respectively.

The football betting odds in the match odds market are, as you would imagine, stacked heavily in favour of the visitors. Paddy Power offer an industry-high price of 4/9 that United maintain their 100% record, the draw is 10/3 and Bolton are 13/2 to halt the Red Devils juggernaut.

Written By:- Ben Gledhill (About our Authors)
Posted on:- 09/09/2011 - 11:44 AM
Filed in:- Burnley Betting News, Burnley, Manchester United

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