Bet365 Preview: Huddersfield Town - Manchester United: Back both teams not to score

The Terriers have only found the back of the net once in six outings and are likely to continue with the goal drought

Manchester United travel to West Yorkshire to lock horns with Huddersfield Town for their English Premier League clash as they hope to continue their fine form.

David Wagner’s men have not been impressive lately having lost their last six games in all competitions. Their home record is also nothing to write home about as they have failed to secure victory in their last three.

Crystal Palace v Huddersfield, Premier League opening day 2017/18

The last time the Terriers triumphed over their visitors was in 1952 and Bet365 has offered (11.00) for them to cause an upset as they are tagged underdogs.

Both sides have met 42 times with 15 ending in stalemates and the sam firm has priced (5.00) for the same outcome here.

The Red Devils will be coming into this duel on the back of their 1-0 victory over Benfica in the Champions League. United are two points behind Manchester City in the league standings and a win could return them to the apex of the log depending on the outcome of Manchester City’s game against Burnley.

The men in red are unbeaten in their last 12 outings and are in good stead to continue that run here. Though, the Old Trafford outfit will be without Eric Bailly, Phil Jones, Paul Pogba and others, they will still be expected to come out on top as the same betting company tags them as favourites at (1.35).

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Huddersfield have not registered any goal in their last four games while their guests have racked in 21 goals in eight matches. Odds of (1.95) are available for more than three goals to surface and  (1.57) for both sides not to score.

Romelu Lukaku has found the back of the net in 11 times this season in all competitions. Punters can make a good investment on the Belgian to score anytime at (1.66).

Marcus Rashford was the hero in Lisbon as he notched the decisive goal to hand the Europa League champions their third straight victory in the Champions League. He is fit for this clash and Bet365 has backed him to net anytime at (2.40).

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