Customise player bets for Premier League clash between Man Utd and Tottenham
Lee Gormley | 11 December 2016
Customise player bets for Man Utd v Spurs
Thanks to the latest and innovative way to enjoy a punt on the Premier League games that matter to you from Coral, you can now enjoy customise player bets for a new wide range of options!
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Punters can make the most of this new betting function, available anytime at your fingertips, for Sunday’s key Premier League encounter between Manchester United and Tottenham at Old Trafford!
For a full guide on how to enjoy this incredible new feature then read our easily outlined steps here, then read on to see which five customise player bets we’ve specifically tipped for Sunday’s afternoon top-flight tussle.
Kane to have more shots than Ibrahimovic
One of the key factors which could decide the result on Sunday is the battle of frontmen between Harry Kane and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Spurs sharpshooter Kane and Red Devils marksman Ibrahimovic have been in a good run of form recently but the former can be backed at evens to have more shots than his Swedish opposition at Old Trafford.
Pogba to make more assists than Eriksson
The world’s most expensive player Paul Pogba has been showings signs of the form he showcased while at Juventus previously in recent outings and he will look to star again against Spurs.
Man Utd’s midfield maestro is therefore a promising 15/2 to create more assists than Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen during proceedings.
Mkhitaryan and Alli to make 150 passes
With our first two selections having been head-to-head player bets, we offer up a combined punt next featuring Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Dele Alli.
A tasty 34/1 price is on offer in backing these two in-form attackers to complete a combined 150 passes during the encounter on Sunday.
Wanyama to make more tackles than Carrick
In the central midfield area this game could be won or lost by those sitting in front of their respective rearguards, which is likely to be Michael Carrick for the hosts and Victor Wanyama for the visitors.
With the latter Spurs engine being the more aggressive of the two anchormen, backing Wanyama to make more tackles than Carrick at 4/5 could be a wise move this weekend.
Son to have more touches than Mata
Another intriguing on-field match-up coming up this weekend is between playmakers Juan Mata and Heung-Min Son.
Both are set to play key roles for their sides but punters can back Son to have more touches than Mata during the meeting at a promising 13/5.