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Can Evans, Casemiro Stop Arsenal? Value Bet Is on Gunners Win

Arsenal travels to Old Trafford aiming to maintain title hopes on Sunday’s solitary Premier League clash. What are the latest Premier League odds? Click here to find out.

 

Can Evans, Casemiro Stop Arsenal? Value Bet Is on Gunners Win
Arsenal's Spanish manager Mikel Arteta | JUSTIN TALLIS / AFP

Man United vs Arsenal Match Information

  • Match: Manchester United (16-6-13) vs Arsenal (26-5-5)
  • Location: Old Trafford, Manchester, England
  • Day/Time: Sunday, May 12, 11:30 a.m. ET
  • Manchester United vs Arsenal Live Stream: Fubo.tv

 

Man United vs Arsenal Odds and Spreads

 

Arsenal defeated Bournemouth 3-0 at the weekend, but they face yet another must-win against Man United as star-studded Man City is still breathing down their neck. With no fresh injury worries to report, Mikel Arteta is unlikely to make changes to the team that outplayed the Cherries.

Manchester United is in danger of their worst finish in Premier League history after they were humbled by Crystal Palace 4-0 on Monday.

However, United can still make a play for seventh and hope that Chelsea slips up somewhere along the way to the end of the campaign.

But that’s easier said than done, especially with title-chasing Arsenal set to visit Old Trafford on Sunday evening so we won’t include them in our soccer picks this weekend.

Arsenal is the overwhelming favorite at -259 odds to win the match. You can watch the game on FOX or stream it on FuboTV on Sunday, May 12th, at 11:30 a.m. ET.

 

Man United vs Arsenal Betting Tips

  • Arsenal has the best attack in the Premier League this season with 88 goals scored in 36 games.
  • Manchester United has conceded 28 goals in their last nine matches.
  • Leandro Trossard has scored in three of his last four appearances.
  • Arsenal has won just one of their previous 16 league visits to United but scored in their last nine trips.
  • Manchester United has already suffered 13 league defeats, more than any campaign since 1989-90.
  • Man United has been beaten five times in 17 home games this season.
  • United failed to keep a clean sheet in its last nine competitive matches, managing just two in the Premier League since mid-December.

 

Goals on the Menu as Makeshift United Backline Faces Gunners’ Fury

In the absence of seven first-team defenders, Jonny Evans and Casemiro are set to partner up at the back again on Sunday, reuniting the pairing mauled at Crystal Palace last time out.

Casemiro in particular looked out of his depth against Michael Olise and Eberechi Eze, and he is unlikely to fare any better against a Gunners outfit that have scored 13 goals in their last four matches.

Arteta’s troops are in scintillating form, losing only three away league games this term. They’re also on a four-game winning run and won the last two head-to-heads.

The hosts failed to keep a clean sheet in their last nine competitive matches so facing the league’s most potent attack spells trouble. If you’re looking for a great value bet you should combine an away win with at least three goals on the scoresheet, priced at -145 odds at BetUS Sportsbook.

 

 

Havertz to Haunt United’s Defense? Red-Hot Gunner at +150 to Score Anytime

Kai Havertz has proven to be a big problem to opposition defenses this term. He’s grown into the centre-forward role, which has seen Arsenal thrive through his physicality.

The German can do a bit of everything as he demonstrated his pace and finishing against Chelsea while capitalizing on his height to head home in the north London derby.

He might be a handful for a makeshift Manchester United defense, and after scoring three goals in as many games, Havertz could get some joy from the host’s ragged backline.

If you love betting on player props, you should back Havertz to find the back of the net at +150.

 

 

Questions Of The Day

Apart from Havertz who could score against Arsenal?


Leandro Trossard, who has forced his way into the starting lineup in recent weeks, stands out in the anytime goalscorer market. The Belgian has the best goals-per-minute ratio of any other Arsenal player and has found the net in three of his last four starts.

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