United are 1.75 with bet365 to continue their excellent run of form by beating Everton at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils are unbeaten in 13 matches and currently sit 9 points clear at the top of the table.
They have also scored more goals than any other team in the division this season and have won 15 and lost none of their last 19 league games at home against The Toffees.
However David Moyes’ men have impressed recently, and currently sit in fifth place – just three points shy of the top-four.
Sir Alex will be well aware that this game is now gimme, but in their current form United cannot be opposed and are fully expected to get the job done.
Wayne Rooney has scored 10 goals in his last 10 matches for United, and added to that tally by netting during England’s midweek win over Brazil.
He is a 5 chance with bet365 and Betfred to net the opener, and can also be backed at a very tasty looking bet price of 2.2 with Boylesports to net anytime.
However my money on this occasion is going to be on Robin van Persie, who is priced up at 4 and 1.73 with Boylesports in the same markets.
Over 2.5 goals also looks well worth considering at 1.65 with bet365, as well as backing United in the HT/FT market at 2.63 – also with bet365.
In the correct score market I like the look of a 2-1 or 3-1 win for United, and those scorelines can be backed at 8.5 and 13 respectively with Ladbrokes and bet365.
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