|Avg. Match Goals||1.6|
|Avg. Goals Scored||0.7|
|Avg. Goals Against||0.9|
|Avg. Match Goals||2.4|
|Avg. Goals Scored||1.8|
|Avg. Goals Against||0.6|
|Avg. Match Goals||2|
|Avg. Goals Scored||0.6|
|Avg. Goals Against||1.4|
|06.10.19||Newcastle United||1 - 0||Manchester United|
|03.10.19||AZ Alkmaar||0 - 0||Manchester United|
|30.09.19||Manchester United||1 - 1||Arsenal|
|25.09.19||Manchester United||1 - 1||Rochdale AFC|
|22.09.19||West Ham||2 - 0||Manchester United|
|19.09.19||Manchester United||1 - 0||FC Astana|
|14.09.19||Manchester United||1 - 0||Leicester City|
|31.08.19||Southampton FC||1 - 1||Manchester United|
|24.08.19||Manchester United||1 - 2||Crystal Palace|
|19.08.19||Wolves||1 - 1||Manchester United|
|11.08.19||Manchester United||4 - 0||Chelsea|
|03.08.19||Manchester United||2 - 2||AC Milan|
|30.07.19||Kristiansund BK||0 - 1||Manchester United|
|25.07.19||Tottenham||1 - 2||Manchester United|
|20.07.19||Manchester United||1 - 0||Inter Milan|
|17.07.19||Manchester United||4 - 0||Leeds United|
|13.07.19||Manchester United||2 - 0||Perth Glory|
|12.05.19||Manchester United||0 - 2||Cardiff City|
|05.05.19||Huddersfield Town||1 - 1||Manchester United|
|28.04.19||Manchester United||1 - 1||Chelsea|
|24.04.19||Manchester United||0 - 2||Man City|
|21.04.19||Everton||4 - 0||Manchester United|
|16.04.19||Barcelona||3 - 0||Manchester United|
|13.04.19||Manchester United||2 - 1||West Ham|
|10.04.19||Manchester United||0 - 1||Barcelona|
|02.04.19||Wolves||2 - 1||Manchester United|
|30.03.19||Manchester United||2 - 1||Watford FC|
|16.03.19||Wolves||2 - 1||Manchester United|
|10.03.19||Arsenal||2 - 0||Manchester United|
|06.03.19||PSG||1 - 3||Manchester United|
|02.03.19||Manchester United||3 - 2||Southampton FC|
|27.02.19||Crystal Palace||1 - 3||Manchester United|
|24.02.19||Manchester United||0 - 0||Liverpool|
|18.02.19||Chelsea||0 - 2||Manchester United|
|12.02.19||Manchester United||0 - 2||PSG|
|09.02.19||Fulham FC||0 - 3||Manchester United|
|03.02.19||Leicester City||0 - 1||Manchester United|
|29.01.19||Manchester United||2 - 2||Burnley FC|
|25.01.19||Arsenal||1 - 3||Manchester United|
|19.01.19||Manchester United||2 - 1||Brighton|
|13.01.19||Tottenham||0 - 1||Manchester United|
|05.01.19||Manchester United||2 - 0||Reading FC|
|02.01.19||Newcastle United||0 - 2||Manchester United|
|30.12.18||Manchester United||4 - 1||Bournemouth|
|26.12.18||Manchester United||3 - 1||Huddersfield Town|
|22.12.18||Cardiff City||1 - 5||Manchester United|
|16.12.18||Liverpool||3 - 1||Manchester United|
|12.12.18||Valencia||2 - 1||Manchester United|
|08.12.18||Manchester United||4 - 1||Fulham FC|
|05.12.18||Manchester United||2 - 2||Arsenal|
Manchester United are undoubtedly one of the biggest names in world football.
The club is also by far the most successful in terms of wins in the English Premier League, and if you cast your attention further back, the club also lays claim to the most titles in English football history (20 – the next best is Liverpool's 18). As well as all the on-field success, Manchester United have successfully established themselves as the most well-known English football club around the world. The club attracts the attention of supporters, bettors and commercial partners in almost every country on earth.
Betting on the English Premier League is big business, and betting on Manchester United is a big part of that. Manchester United are not only popular as a single 1x2 match result bet, but are often found on football betting accumulators too.
The odds on Manchester United to win individual games have been relatively low for years now – since not long after the beginning of the all-conquering Sir Alex Ferguson era – and so it is of vital importance to look around for the most competitive odds when seeking to back the team from Old Trafford. Using our odds comparison service is highly recommended as margins can be quite small when betting on such a well-established and successful team.
United are also regular performers in European competition (usually the UEFA Champions League but also sometimes the UEFA Europa League) and are usually among the favourites when it comes to betting on which team will win the English FA Cup and League Cup. Again, it can be difficult to find competitive odds so doing your research and comparing the odds is essential.
As you would expect of such an iconic team, the odds on Manchester United success are usually quite low, and it is therefore imperative to do your research before backing the side. Getting the best odds is a priority for any self-respecting punter, and we can assist you in this task. Certainly, when playing at Old Trafford, a Manchester United win can be characterised by odds as low as 1.10 and under. Although popular as an addition to accumulator bets, the rewards can be quite slim when the odds are that low, so getting creative is certainly the key.
In more recent times United games have failed to feature as many goals as when the team played under the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson, although form is always the best indicator of such bets. Indeed, the current team certainly doesn't score as many goals as when the likes of Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Dwight Yorke and the current coach (as of 2019) ole Gunnar Solskjaer used to adorn the red jersey. Betting on the over 2.5 and 3.5 goals markets has become a little trickier than when the team seemingly used to rack up the goals for fun.
As ever when betting on bigger teams such as Manchester United, handicap markets are a usual approach to take.
Giving the other team a +1 goal advantage used to be incredibly smart business when the Manchester United team was conquering all that lay before them, but those days have gone and so a sensible approach is recommended. Certainly, smart odds analysis is the approach to take with all betting, not just when betting on Manchester United.
The history of Manchester United, although long and mostly glorious, can be defined as being shaped under the stewardship of two iconic managers. The first was Sir Matt Busby, who established teams who were dominant in the 1950s and 1960s (including a side that so sadly perished in the 1958 Munich Air Disaster). It was that famous coach that delivered the club's maiden European success in the shape of the European Cup in 1968 with such players as George Best, Bobby Charlton and Dennis Law.
The second great coming of Manchester United, and the one which established the club as a footballing behemoth, both on the pitch and commercially, was under Sir Alex Ferguson. The Scot lead the club to a record number of English titles, and won a further two European Cups (in the shape of the Champions League) to cement to club's global appeal. Supporting and betting on Manchester United has become one of the football fraternity's biggest attractions since then.
The odds on Manchester United success have been low since Ferguson began establishing that all-conquering team back in the early 1990s, although since the Scot left, the club's fortunes have not been quite as glorious. A few cup wins have failed to mask over poor performances in the Premier League and in the Champions League, a competition to which the club doesn't always qualify these days – no betting on Manchester United in the Champions League would have been unheard of not so long ago.
Despite recent struggles, the popularity of the club is most probably unrivalled in global terms, and certainly Manchester United remain England's most commercially successful club. Success on the pitch is what matters, though, but for the time being the club continues to attract big talent and the attentions of bettors and fans around the globe.
The odds and potential returns on Manchester United success may have risen recently, but that might mean this a good time to back the Red Devils of Manchester.
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