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Sunday 28 December 2014

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Louis van Gaal's men are looking to extend their eight-game unbeaten run as they travel to White Hart Lane. Follow the match LIVE with Goal
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The Red Devils captain has found his goalscoring boots in recent games and Al Hain-Cole expects him to extend his strong record against Mauricio Pochettino's side
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With a number of the Premier League's most in-form strikers looking to continue their goalscoring streaks on Sunday, Al Hain-Cole backs the QPR and Manchester United men
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The Manchester United boss says that he was never worried about his strike duo's egos and has no regrets about turning down Tottenham ahead of Sunday's trip to White Hart Lane

Saturday 27 December 2014

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The Colombian appeared to be on the verge of a move to Real Madrid before joining Manchester United, and he admits he has often wanted to go somewhere but ended up elsewhere
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The manager has been impressed with his squad's attitude in recent weeks after winning three games in a row, but host Louis van Gaal's rejuvenated side on Sunday
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Louis van Gaal's side are unbeaten in their last eight and travel to White Hart Lane to face an in-form Spurs team that have won their last three games in a row
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Manchester United's unbeaten run continued against Newcastle United thanks in part to their captain, while Tottenham had Hugo Lloris to thank for a win at Leicester City
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With the hectic Christmas schedule leaving little time for reflection, Al Hain-Cole has examined Opta's Premier League statistics to find the best bets for the upcoming matches
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With both sides boasting plenty of in-form attacking talent Phil Kitromilides believes the price of 3/1 for goals at both ends in the first half offers great value on Sunday
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Did you know that your first bet placed with bet365 by mobile or tablet automatically qualifies you for a free bet to the same value? How will you use yours this festive season?
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After a 3-1 win over Newcastle on Boxing Day, the former Red Devils midfielder believes that Louis van Gaal's side are a couple of good results away from a major push for glory
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The England captain now has 12 goals and seven assists in 19 Premier League appearances against Newcastle United, while Manchester City have set a new club record

Friday 26 December 2014

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Though a Wayne Rooney-inspired Red Devils saw off Newcastle comfortably on Boxing Day, their manager acknowledges that they still have a great deal of work to do
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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is unsure exactly what has happened to the Argentine, who limped out of training on Christmas Eve with what appears to be a pelvis problem
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The usually no-nonsense coach was in festive mood as a number of lucky supporters seated around the Old Trafford dugouts received gifts
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In the first of two Boxing Day match-ups on BT Sport, Wayne Rooney rolled back the years with two goals and a fine assist to hand Louis van Gaal's men their seventh win in eight
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The England striker scored twice and set up the third for Robin van Persie as Louis van Gaal's men made it seven wins from their last eight Premier League matches
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The 19-year-old has been afforded just four starts under the new manager this season despite impressing last term, but he will not be allowed to leave Old Trafford in January