LionsBet Preview: Stoke City – Manchester United: Back Lukaku to score

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The former Everton man failed to net in the Red Devils last outing and will looking fired for the clash against the Potters

Manchester United travel to the Bet365 Stadium to take on Stoke City in Saturday’s Premier League late kickoff.

Mark Hughes’ side have started the season rather moderately with a win, draw and loss in their opening three games. Their victory came at home against Arsenal so they’ll fancy another chance to do it against another top gun at odds of (7.00) with LionsBet.

Victories over West Ham United, Swansea City and Leicester City has seen the Red Devils shoot themselves to the top of the log. They look like a better and more composed side and will be confident of securing a win at (1.55) with the same firm.

Peter Crouch Stoke City

The reverse fixture at this venue ended in a 1-1 draw last season. Punters who think another stalemate will surface have available odds of (4.30) to play with while its (6.50) for the same correct scoreline.

Stoke are unbeaten in their last four home games against Manchester United, winning two and drawing two. This means such advantage could count for them to avoid defeat at odds of (2.05).

Jose Mourinho’s team have scored four goals from the bench so far. They are tipped to score the game’s last goal at (1.40).

Romelu Lukaku Henrikh Mkhitaryan Anthony Martial Manchester United

Romelu Lukaku has scored 16 goals in his last 18 Premier League apperances. While he drew a blank in the last game against the Foxes, LionsBet offer the Belgian forward to score anytime at (1.50).

Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been a fulcrum in the United attack, laying five assists in the 10 goals the men in red have scored. The former Borussia Dortmund man is priced at (2.25) to score anytime.

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