class=”article_teaser__2t5do”>bet365's tool allows users to put up to 12 selections from one match into a single wager and Goal has used it ahead of the Reds' trip to Old Trafford
Manchester United will be looking to all but secure a second-placed finish in the Premier League when they welcome bitter rivals Liverpool to Old Trafford on Thursday evening.
Tuesday night’s 2-1 defeat at home to Leicester saw Ole Gunnar Solskjaer play a much-changed side, a result which meant Manchester City won the title and that the Red Devils would have to wait to confirm their spot as runners up.
However, three points in this one will move them nine clear of Chelsea with three matches left and a vastly superior goal difference compared to Thomas Tuchel’s men.
bet365 make United 9/5 (2.80) outsiders as they prepare to play a fourth game in eight days, with Liverpool 11/8 (2.38), and our tipster has used the company’s Bet Builder tool to create a 33/1 (34.0) shot.
Bet Builder allows users to put multiple selections from the same game into a single bet and this wager consists of: Edinson Cavani to score, Luke Shaw to be booked and Fabinho to be booked.
Cavani has really come into his own in recent weeks after a slow start, scoring eight times in his last eight appearances and should start on Thursday after rotation forced Solskjaer to leave him on the bench against Leicester.
The Uruguayan has played against Liverpool six times in his career but failed to score against them, a record he will surely look to rectify as he aims to strike for the fifth start in a row in all competitions in a United shirt.
Yellow cards are a feature almost any time these two teams meet and this clash should be no different.
Shaw has already been carded on 12 occasions in all competitions this season and looks a strong contender to find his name in the referee’s book once again when he goes up against Mohamed Salah.
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Liverpool midfielder Fabinho has also been a regular receiver of cautions, with no Reds player picking up more than him in the Premier League this season and the Brazilian has also been shown a yellow in three of his last four games against Man Utd.
Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.