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A setback for Man Utd last week saw their rotated outfits lose out to both Leicester and fierce rivals Liverpool in the space of three days and they certainly won’t want to make it three defeats on the bounce.
Fulham, having sealed their fate for next season in the Championship after losing to Burnley 2-0 earlier this month, have followed that poor result up with another when visiting Southampton (3-1) at the weekend.
The visitors have proven to be a difficult side to beat on the road, as prior to that trip to the St Mary’s stadium only Chelsea, Villa and Man City had beaten them from their 13 trips since mid-November (W3-D7-L4).
However, they’ve now lost three of the last four trips to opposition, losing each of those by two clear goals and so it seems their resilience has come undone in more recent times, and you’d expect Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side to be able to expose them.
Man United To Win And Both Teams To Score
The Red Devils will want to find some form again before their Europa League final in just over a week’s time.
Harry Maguire remains out for the hosts and that has unsurprisingly coincided with their recent defeats, albeit against two very good sides and they should put on a better showing this time around.
Both those recent zero pointers came at Old Trafford and it will be interesting to see how the supporters react to being allowed back into the stadium with the current hostility against the Glazer family.
However, should the game go ahead they can look back on their five victories on the bounce here prior to their recent poor showings, including 3-1 and 6-2 victories over Burnley and Roma respectively.
A win this week will guarantee second place in the table and the manager will likely look to rotate against Wolves at the weekend in preparation for the all-important final in Gdansk.
Our only drawback for this one will be the fact that Man Utd haven’t been blowing away the current relegated outfits this term.
They’ve gone W3-D1-L1 from their five outings, as none of those victories came by more than a single goal and they conceded in each.
With that in mind, the best angle looks to be in getting behind the home win and both teams to get on the scoreboard, with the host also failing to keep a clean sheet now for five games at all venues.
Only twice have the Cottagers failed to score on the road dating back to the end of January, a run of nine games, and considering one of those blanks came against Thomas Tuchel’s resolute Blues outfit, we like the current price regarding that market.