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Man United played out a pretty dire 0-0 draw in the Manchester Derby last weekend to take their record at the Theatre of Dreams this season to W1-D2-L3, though on the road they seem to be a different animal.
They’ve won all five matches so far this season and are currently on a run of nine successive league wins on the road. Interestingly though, they’ve fallen at least a goal down in all five such matches this season and have come from behind to win all five, so we wouldn’t rule out the hosts getting on the board.
It’s a period of turmoil for Chris Wilder and is men with just the solitary point from their 12 matches so far.
It’s currently the worst start ever to a Premier League campaign which is all the more surprising considering just how difficult to beat they were last season under Wilder, and there’s little sign of them picking up anytime soon.
Man United To Win And Both Teams To Score
United would be top of the table based solely on away results, while they’ve also scored the most away goals in the league. On the other hand, Sheffield sit bottom of the home table with just one point and only two goals from six matches.
There should therefore be little doubt that Man United will pick up maximum points from this one, and if they don’t, the pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be greater than ever.
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The biggest question is whether or not the hosts can find the net. The Red Devils have kept just three clean sheets from their 12 matches so far, with all of them coming at home.
Only Liverpool and Everton have conceded more from the top 13 in the table, and with how slow they’ve started games this season it’s not inconceivable that both teams will find the net here.
Bruno Fernandes To Score Anytime
Bruno Fernandes remains the biggest goal threat, not least through his penalty taking. The Portuguese playmaker has 11 goal involvements in as many matches this season, with seven goals and four in his last five games.
His side have scored at least three in every away game this season, and if they manage to do something similar here it would be a surprise if Fernandes wasn’t involved in a big way, so at odds-against is worth backing.