Christian Eriksen a tasty 3/1 to strike anytime against Man Utd

Emphatic Eriksen netted the winner at Old Trafford last season


Christian Eriksen a tasty 3/1 to strike anytime against Man Utd

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Betting Tip: @ 3/1 with bet365

Tottenham will travel to Old Trafford hoping to capitalise on their opponents’ recent FA Cup quarter-final defeat to Arsenal.

Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils stumbled a disappointing 2-1 loss at home to the Gunners, with former forward Danny Welbeck striking the decisive goal after a fatal mistake from Antonio Valencia.

Mauricio Pochettino will be aiming to take advantage of their rivals’ poor showing and topple United at Old Trafford for a second successive season.

Clinical Chrsitian Eriksen was the match winner last campaign, with his late second-half strike earning Spurs all three points in the red half of Manchester.

The deadly Dane is a best priced 3/1 with Bet365 to net anytime in his latest appearance at Old Trafford, after enjoying a terrific term so far.

Tottenham’s potent playmaker has struck 11 times this season and he will be confident of adding to that impressive tally when both top four hopefuls meet.

Eriksen has shone superbly for Spurs, but it’s Harry Kane who has been the star man after his emphatic goalscoring exploits.

The ferocious forward has been in sublime form, firing in an amazing 26 goals so far, including a delightful double over QPR in his previous outing.

Kane, who is set for a senior England call-up later this month, is a best priced 7/4 with Coral to slot in another strike against Van Gaal’s United side.

However, the Red Devils won’t be overcome easily, despite their recent loss in the FA Cup.

United have lost just two of their last 18 Premier League games, and have secured victory in 11 of their previous 13 matches at home.

They will relying on their sublime skipper Wayne Rooney, who has relished being deployed in a central attacking role again towards the end of this current campaign.

Rampant Rooney has rediscovered his goalscoring form of old, and has scored 94 times at Old Trafford, with only Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry having netted more times at one single ground in their career.

The England captain is 9/2 with Sky Bet to open proceedings this time out, after slotting home four goals in his last five appearances in all competitions.

Betting Tip: @ 3/1 with bet365

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