Betting Preview: Bet on the Red Devils to win to nil at a huge offer

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Jose Mourinho’s men will be aiming for a massive morale-boosting victory when they clash with the Quakes in California

Manchester United slug it out with San Jose Earthquakes in their second pre-season game at the Levi's Stadium on Sunday evening.

The Red Devils ended last season on a disappointing note after losing the FA Cup final to Chelsea and also failed in their quest to win the Premier League as they finished as runner-up behind rivals Manchester City.

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They will be hoping to better the performance in the upcoming season and have started preparation towards that with a draw with Club America on Friday.

Although  Jose Mourinho will be missing the service of influential midfielder Paul Pogba after helping France win the World Cup along with several of their players who were on duty for their respective countries in Russia, nevertheless, the Red Devils are favourites to claim victory in this contest at the odds of (1.50) according to Bet365.

A share of spoils is available at a chunky (4.33) with the same betting outfit.

The Quakes are winless in their last five Major League Soccer games and will be using this tie to prepare for their next tie in the division with Seattle Sounders on Thursday.

Although they have not previously met with the 2016-17 Europa League champions, they have been tagged as underdogs for this encounter at (4.50).

Manchester United have not been impressive in front of goal lately, scoring two goals in five outings. However, punters who are bold can back them at a huge offer of (3.00) to win to nil with Bet365.

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.

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