Yeovil Town vs Manchester United Predictions, Betting Tips and Preview
Yeovil Town vs Manchester United predictions for the FA Cup fourth round tie on Friday 26th January at 7.55pm. Can Yeovil beat United? See our match predictions and betting tips below.
It is the glory tie to end all glory ties for Yeovil Town in the FA Cup this weekend. The League Two strugglers will see this as a welcome distraction as they struggle to stay in the Football League. Jose Mourinho will make changes but still respect this competition – will Alexis Sanchez play against Yeovil Town?
Yeovil Town vs Manchester United Predictions
It is hard for me to predict anything but a Manchester United win here, but unsurprisingly there is very little value in betting on a Man United win, unless you use an enhanced odds offer which you’ll find below. United’s defence has been superb of late and this should carry on at League Two Yeovil. The odds for Manchester United to win without conceding are 4/5 and that appeals for the banker bet in our Yeovil vs Man United predictions.
First Goalscorer Tips
It is a gamble trying to predict the Manchester United line-up, but there is no reason why Alexis Sanchez shouldn’t be handed a start here. He did not play for Arsenal against Nottm Forest in round three so he is eligible for the match. Sanchez has always scored goals in the Premier League and if the likes of Lukaku, Martial and Rashford are given a rest then Ibra and Sanchez could be the goalscoring threat. Our second Yeovil Town vs Man United prediction is for Alex Sanchez to score first. The best odds for Sanchez to score first tonight are 7/2.
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Correct Score Prediction
These sides last met three years ago and Manchester United won 2-0. I think they could get one or two more goals this time around. Yeovil are actually in good form in League Two but this is a totally different challenge. I think United will have a goal lead at half-time and as the hosts tire the more experienced and fitter United players can start picking them off. I’m going for a 3-0 Manchester United win for my Yeovil Town vs Manchester United predictions in this FA Cup fourth round tie on Friday. The best odds are 13/2 at Paddy Power.
Yeovil vs Man United Betting Odds Preview
The odds for Man United to win are short at 1/6. That won’t be making anybody rich. The odds for the draw are 8/1 and if you’re predicting one of the biggest FA Cup upsets in history, then the odds for Yeovil to win are 20/1. In the anytime goalscorer market, Yeovil’s main threat Francois Zoko is 9/2 to score. Sam Sturridge is 5/1. A repeat of the 2-0 scoreline from the last time the sides met is 6/1, a 1-0 Yeovil win 55/1 which will certainly tempt some punters.
Yeovil Town vs Manchester United Betting Tips
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