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New Customer Offer: Price Boost on Man Utd

Frank Monkhouse | 5 February 2017

33/1 Man Utd to beat Leicester on Sunday

Top-four chasing Manchester United look to strengthen their position with a win over last season’s champions Leicester City at the King Power Stadium, live on Sky Sports this Sunday.

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Given the form of both sides, that one looks home and hosed. We respect Leicester are the masters of the upset however, as last season’s Premier League winners showed by extending their stay in the Champions League. If The Foxes can do it again and rattle the odds to avoid defeat on Sunday, it’ll be tough to take, but we’ll give you a helping hand with a £/€5 free bet to use as you wish. It’s win – win for our customers. Make sure to grab your share.

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Man Utd must make their kind Christmas fixture list count.

Man Utd have beaten Leicester twice already this season

Red Devils run to continue

There’s plenty of reason to believe Manchester United can continue their fantastic run of form at the King Power on Sunday, and Jose’s boys have beaten Leicester twice already this season, in the Community Shield and then in the reverse of this fixture back in September. The latter resulted in a 4-1 hammering, with goals from Smalling, Mata, Rashford and Pogba.

Leicester were beaten 1-0 by Burnley in midweek, meaning they go into game 24 of the season on the back of three defeats in-a-row, with the others coming against Chelsea and Southampton. Ranieri’s side haven’t scored a goal since New Year’s Eve, and have managed just one in their last half-dozen starts. That’s just not good enough and will give real confidence to United, and to punters on our incredible price boost.

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