11/2 treble on Man United, Real Madrid and other exciting specials

11/2 treble on Man United, Real Madrid and other exciting specials

11/2 treble on Man United, Real Madrid and other exciting specials

There are three big games in three different competitions tonight and we’ve put together an 11/2 treble for you to get stuck into. Have a read of our reasons why below!

Manchester United vs Leeds United

Wed 8 Feb, 20:00

Back under Manchester United to win and over 2.5 goals
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United’s victory against Crystal Palace on Saturday was their 13th straight home win in all competitions.

The Red Devils are scoring goals for fun, with Marcus Rashford netting 11 times in his last 13 games and Bruno Fernandes scoring in three of their last four league matches.

Leeds will travel to Old Trafford without a manager after the sacking of Jesse Marsch following a dismal run of just one win in their last eight league games and their fortunes don’t look like improving much in this one.

With the rivalry between these two sides, it’s sure to be a lively contest and we could be in for a few goals, even if the majority are from the men in red.

Sunderland vs Fulham

Wed 8 Feb, 19:45

Back under 2.5 goals
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This match finished all square at Craven Cottage 10 days ago when Fulham rotated their squad but with the Whites now without a win in their last four, Marco Silva may pick a stronger team for the replay.

Sunderland have only been beaten once in their last nine matches and the Black Cats are well-placed to mount a playoff charge in the Championship.

Neither side has been prolific of late with Fulham scoring just once in their last four and Sunderland failing to register more than one goal in three of their last four as well. So under 2.5 goals looks like a good bet tonight.


Al Ahli Cairo vs Real Madrid

Wednesday 8 Feb, 19:00

Back Real Madrid to win with a -1 handicap
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Real Madrid lost last time out, 1-0 away at Real Mallorca and Carlo Ancelotti’s side are enduring their worst run of the season so far.

But the current Champions League holders will welcome the opportunity to get back to winning ways against Egyptian opponents Al Ahli Cairo in the Club World Cup tonight.

Vinicius Junior has found the net in three of Real’s last four wins and together with the likes of Karim Benzema and Marco Asensio, the Spaniards should have far too much in this one.