Manchester United are a team reborn under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, banging in twelve goals in 3 games since the Baby faced Assassin took the duty.
They visit a Newcastle facet who beat them 1-0 at St James’ Park back in February 2018. however it’s been off from a perfect season for Rafa Benitez’s men, who’ll be eager to grab a lift in their battle against the drop.
Ahead of this crunch Premier League clash on Tyne-side, we’ve got the odds and prediction for you.
The Red Devils have won 5 of the last eight head-to-heads, and with their form drastically improved under Solskjaer, they should be too robust for their troubled hosts.
In the Match betting, Man United are firm favourites at 6/10. Meanwhile, it’s 29/10 for the Draw, and 9/2 for a home win.
Seven of the old Trafford outfit’s last eight games have seen four or more goals scored, and another dose of Over 3.5 Goals is 19/10. As for a 3rd 4-1 victory in eight games for Man United, that can be backed at a hefty 25/1.
Newcastle tend to go for 5 at the back against the Prem’s prime dogs. With Federico Fernandez battling to get over injury, Fabian Schar could begin at the back.
Up front, Solomon Rondon is likely to begin. He’s scored 5 of the club’s thirteen Prem goals this term, and is their biggest attacking threat by a country mile.
Solskjaer's facet have gone 4-2-3-1 in the last few games, and it’s done the business. Paul Pogba has been banging the goals in, and may begin once more in this attacking midfield trio.
Eric Bailly’s reckless red against AFC Bournemouth and Chris Smalling’s foot injury means that Victor Lindelof could be joined by the always unpredictable Phil Jones at centre-back.
After four goals in the last 2 games, Pogba is 9/5 to notch once more. Meanwhile, the midfield artist is 15/2 to bag 2 or a lot of Goals.
However it’s Romelu Lukaku who’s bustled his way to the top of the betting. The Belgian bruiser is 11/8 Anytime.
Rondon is the most likely man to notch for the Magpies. as well as his recent correctitude, the 29-year-old has previous for scoring against United, doing so for West Brom in 2016. He’s 5/2 to strike again.
Stadium: St James’ Park, Newcastle