At the time of writing, Manchester United occupy a mid-table position in the Premier League standings. A return of thirty-two points from twenty-one games is fairly meagre and it has been accompanied by some poor results in the Champions League. Erik ten Hag has cut a frustrated figure and this looks like a tricky encounter against West Ham.

Although the Red Devils are favourites to win this game, it’s not an exciting price considering that United have fluffed their lines on more than one occasion this term. Four teams have left Old Trafford with a victory, with Newport County recently giving them a scare in the FA Cup and illustrating that this isn’t a reliable team from a betting point-of-view.

Rasmus Hojlund has struggled to find the net this season although the £72 million signing has scored three goals in the space of four games and perhaps he can continue this streak against a West Ham team who have won five, drawn two and lost four of their eleven games to date on the road. David Moyes will certainly be eyeing up a victory here.

Moyes had a short spell in charge of United ten years ago although his stock has been raised significantly after turning West Ham into European contenders after they were previously staving off the threat of relegation. There is going to be an attack-minded approach from the Hammers and they could be the value on the Draw No Bet market.


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