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Back Manchester United at 3/1 to beat Preston North End tonight

3/1 for a United win cannot be ignored!

Will Manchester United beat Preston North End in the FA Cup tonight? Of course they will and you can be a winner by backing them at a huge 3/1 with Betfair.

The Red Devils are in FA Cup action once again tonight and they travel to Deepdale confident that they can sweep past Preston North End and into the last eight of the competition.

Indeed, lessons have been learned and United will be without the complacency which contributed to their slip-up against League Two side Cambridge United in the earlier round of the tournament.

The Red Devils may not be playing the most attractive football this season, however they are grinding their opponents down and we’ll be expecting another pragmatic approach which will see the visitors triumph at Deepdale tonight.

Hardly surprising then that Van Gaal’s side start this match as firm 1/2 favourites. With odds such as this, you need to be looking for much better value and you can get that by opening a new Betfair account and grabbing yourself a massive 3/1 for a United win.


How to back Man United at 3/1

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Back Manchester United at the usual Betfair odds

When United win, you will receive a pay-out at normal odds. Betfair will then credit your new account with winnings to reflect the enhanced bonus 3/1 price.

All you need to do to qualify for this offer is bet a maximum of £10 and a Manchester United victory could see you win as much as £30.


Manchester United will be expected to completely dominate this match and we don’t expect Preston to find a way what will be a solid United defence. You can back a Manchester United win-to-nil at a massive 7/4 with Betfair.

This massive price is available to ALL Betfair customers, therefore you can take advantage of the huge 3/1 welcome offer and then grab yourself a meaty United win-to-nil price.

Just open a new account, enjoy your welcome 3/1 price boost and back a United win-to-nil at 7/4. How easy is that?



All odds were correct at time of posting.