Sunderland v Manchester United Betting: Moyes' men to endure another miserable afternoon

Although struggling to turn draws into wins at Old Trafford, Al Hain-Cole expects Jose Mourinho's men to ease to victory at the Stadium of Light

After frustrating draws against West Brom and Everton, Manchester United will be desperate to return to winning ways when they travel to the Stadium of Light to take on Sunderland on Sunday.
That result saw Jose Mourinho's side drop back down to sixth place, but they are clear 1/3 (1.33) favourites with dabblebet to get back on track by coming out on top here.
Although rock bottom of the league with just one point to their name from the last available 18, the Black Cats have won two and lost none of the last three home games against this opposition and are on offer at 8/1 (9.00) to maintain that impressive record with another victory.

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The visitors have now been held to a draw in six of their last nine league matches, and there are odds of 15/4 (4.75) available on them playing out another stalemate in this one.
Having won more games on the road than at Old Trafford this season, the Red Devils will probably feel a sense of relief at travelling to the Stadium of Light after two frustrating home matches.
With six wins to their name in the last eight away league fixtures, Mourinho’s will certainly back themselves to collect maximum points against a team that has now gone seven matches without victory in front of their own fans.

Considering they have also gone six games without even scoring a goal, David Moyes’ outfit may prove the perfect opponent for a United team in need of a morale-boosting win.
All things considered, even odds (2.00) seem too good to pass up on Sunderland ending up on the losing side yet again after failing to score against a defence that has conceded just twice in their last five away league matches.

Manchester United to win to nil for a 2pt stake at Evens (2.00) with dabblebet

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