Manchester United v Leicester City Betting: Enhanced 6/1 odds on hosts to win to nil

The Red Devils and the Foxes kick off the Premier League and new SportPesa users can get a boosted price on the hosts to keep a clean sheet and win

The Premier League returns on Friday night as Manchester United host Leicester City in the first game of the season.

United are just 5/9 (1.56) to claim the points but new SportPesa customers can get a huge 6/1 (7.0) on them to win to nil at Old Trafford. T&Cs apply.

Simply follow this link or any of the relevant ones on the page and sign up as normal, then place a bet of up to £5 on the market and should it win, you will be paid out in cash at the normal market price.

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You will then be topped up in bonuses to the value of the promotion payout, which in this case will bring you up to £30 if you place the maximum £5 stake.

This market is currently priced at 13/10 (2.30), and that is a price that will already attract significant interest considering United kept 19 clean sheets in the league last term – the most of any team.

In fact, the 28 goals they conceded was the second-fewest in the top flight and although United’s defence leaves something to be desired, David De Gea still remains one of the best goalkeepers in the world.

Jose Mourinho Man Utd pre-season 2018-19

Jose Mourinho’s men have won two of their last three fixtures against Leicester to nil, including this exact fixture almost 12 months ago when United eased home 2-0.

As well, United have been victorious in four of their last five opening day fixtures and will hope to replicate last season’s early form of three wins in a row to start the campaign.

With that in mind, the 6/1 (7.0) quote on the Red Devils to win to nil at home to Leicester looks to be excellent value for all SportPesa customers without an account ahead of the new season.

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