On Monday, Manchester United will face Liverpool at Old Trafford in an English Premier League matchup between two clubs looking for their first win of the 2022-23 season. United have yet to record their first point. First, they lost to Brighton by a score of 2-1, and then, last Saturday, they were blown out by Brentford. The Reds have drawn their previous two games despite being picked to fight for the crown again this year after coming second to Manchester City by a single point last season. The Reds have already played two games this season, both of which ended in draws: the first match with Fulham ended 2-2 as the Reds came back from two separate deficits, while the match against Crystal Palace last Monday ended in a 1-1 draw.
The game will begin in Manchester, England at 3 p.m. ET. The current Manchester United vs. Liverpool odds at Caesars Sportsbook have Liverpool as -145 favourites (risk $145 to win $100) on the 90-minute money line. Bettors may get +360 on the underdog Red Devils, +320 on a scoreless draw in regulation, and a total of 3.5 goals for or against. The English Premier League predictions from seasoned soccer analyst Martin Green should be reviewed before to making any Liverpool vs. Manchester United wagers.
Green spent a number of years working in the sports betting market before transitioning to a career as a sports journalist and handicapper for publications all around the world. Since then, his predictions for European soccer have been uncannily on target. Since the 2017–18 season, Green has made about $35,000 for $100 bettors, demonstrating his expertise and global understanding of the game.
Green has finished dissecting the Manchester United vs. Liverpool match from every conceivable perspective and has made his final predictions. Green’s predictions are now up on SportsLine, so check it out! Liverpool vs. Manchester United has the following betting lines and trends:
Liverpool -0.5 in the Man U vs. Liverpool spread (-145)
Liverpool vs. Manchester United: Over/Under 3.5 Goals
Man Utd +360, Liverpool -145, Draw +320; money line.
In their last four league games, MAN has let up 11 goals.
For the fourth time in the last eight encounters, LIV has outscored Man U 19-4.
It’s Man U. vs. L.A.
Insights on why backing Liverpool is the best option
The Reds are undefeated in their last 21 Premier League encounters and have won eight consecutive matchups against their rivals. Brentford’s 4-0 thrashing of Manchester United, in which the Bees scored all of their goals in the opening 35 minutes, highlighted United’s recent struggles. Liverpool’s assault, led by Mohamed Salah and Luis Diaz, may take full advantage of the opening. In the first game, Salah joined the elite club of players who have scored at least one goal in each of the last two seasons (45 total). Diaz, one of the world’s best young scorers, scored the game-winning goal last week.
Liverpool had 24 more shots than Palace did, but only 7 made it on target. United has let up 10 goals on goal, so scoring shouldn’t be an issue. David de Gea, our goaltender, was only able to stop four. Meanwhile, Liverpool has allowed only 16 shots, second fewest in the league, so Man U may not receive many opportunities.
What your support means to The Famous Club, Manchester United
The Red Devils maintain high levels of pride and talent. A moment of greatness may come from either Cristiano Ronaldo or Bruno Fernandes. Last year, Ronaldo led the team with 18 goals, while Fernandes scored 10. Together, they added nine assists. Since Ronaldo has made no secret of his desire to leave, this might very well be his last game ever at Old Trafford. If given the chance, he hopes to perform for his audience. Christian Eriksen and Fred (four goals in 2021-22) are two of the attackers’ creative energies, and they’re backed up by the likes of Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford.
The addition of Real Madrid’s Casemiro should strengthen the team’s midfield, but he won’t be eligible to play until Monday. With United’s third-best possession rate in the league (65%), Liverpool shouldn’t have too much success in taking control of the game. The Dutch manager Erik ten Hag has quality at his disposal, and more is on the way, but he has an enormous challenge in trying to revitalise the world’s most famous club. He has had time to formulate a strategy, and he recognises that a successful outcome may serve as a tremendous launchpad.
Making Liverpool vs. Man U. choices
Green has analysed every facet of the Liverpool vs. Manchester United encounter and is backing the Over on goals. In addition to a comprehensive match analysis, he recommends two sure bets with plus-money payoff. Only here does he reveal his preferences.
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