Having failed to score for the first time under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in their Champions League defeat against PSG last time out, Manchester United will be determined to rediscover their touch in front of goal when they visit Chelsea in Monday’s FA Cup clash.
Sent off late on in that frustrating game against the French champions, Paul Pogba should be particularly keen to make amends at Stamford Bridge.
Pogba’s turnaround under Solskjaer has been matched by Marcus Rashford, who looks like even better value at 2/1 (3.00) to get on target for the fifth start in five away games since he took over.
Those odds seem particularly appealing given the young striker’s threat on the break, with the Blues’ vulnerability on the counter attack exposed by heavy recent defeats against Bournemouth and Manchester City.
Eden Hazard was the match winner in Chelsea’s 1-0 victory in last season’s FA Cup final, and remains the biggest threat for Maurizio Sarri’s team.
Signed in January to help support Hazard with the goal-scoring burden, Gonzalo Higuain is also on offer at 6/5 (2.20) to score show his class by firing here.
However, Sarri may instead prefer to start FA Cup specialist Olivier Giroud, who is priced at 7/5 (2.40) to score his 16th goal in 29 appearances in this competition.