Southampton host Manchester United on Wednesday’s English Premier League encounter. The Saints will be aiming at giving their fans something to share about at St Mary's stadium as the curtain falls on one of the most popular leagues in the world.
Puel’s men have not been so convincing this season but they will be proud of their 9th position on the log. They have emerged victorious in only one of their last six engagements. Despite this, their fans have been there for them in thick and thin, so they will be expected to be compensated. A victory over the Red Devils will excite their admirers. Bet365 prices (2.80) for them to cause an upset and put smiles on the faces of their followers.
St Mary's Stadium giants have drawn two of their last five matches and for a repeat of this, the betting outfit offers (3.40).
Meanwhile, Manchester United will also try to put in a decent display when they clash with Puel's men as Mourinho’s charges are focusing their attentions on winning the Europa League Cup which will ultimately qualify them for the Champions League next season.
The Old Trafford giants have triumphed over the Saints in four of their last meetings in all competitions. Therefore, they are favourites to pocket three points in the duel with Bet365 offering (2.50).
Both sides have not been producing many goals recently. The Red Devils have found the back of the net three times in their last five matches while Puel’s men have put the ball behind goalkeepers four times in their five previous outings. The Bookies price odds of (1.80) for less than three goals to be seen in the game.
Though, so many goals are not anticipated, notwithstanding, the two sides will be expected to score, as Bet365 offers (1.75) for both teams so find the back of the net. The Red Devils have notched six goals in their last eight matches while their counterparts have not failed to punish goalkeepers in four of the same number of matches.
Southampton have conceded eight goals in five duels and odds of (1.28) is available for grabs to see them let in goals when they clash with Man United in St Mary's Stadium.