Stoke v Manchester United – 10 Vital Statistics


10. Manchester United’s 3-0 win over Aston Villa on Sunday signalled their first back-to-back victories in seven games. United are 1.78 to make it three in a row.
 
9. Stoke have drawn four of their last seven Premier League games and are priced at 3.60 to earn another tie.
 
8. Stoke have failed to score in three of their last four games and are 2.40 not to net against the Premier League champions.
 
7. United have won their last four matches with Stoke and have not lost to the Potters in 12 games, since a 2-1 League Cup result at the Victoria Ground in September 1993. Stoke are 4.75 to win.
 
6. Javier Hernandez is United’s top scorer in the Capital One Cup this season (3). The striker is 2.33 match favourite to score again.
 
Watch Hernandez’s goal against Liverpool from earlier this season:

 
5. No player scored more than five goals in this competition last season. Stoke’s top scorer, Kenwyne Jones, has four of their nine goals this campaign and is 4.60 to net at the Britannia.
 
4. Since his two goals in early October, Adnan Januzaj has not scored in nine appearances. The midfielder is priced at 8.50 to score first.
 
3. David Moyes has lost just twice in 12 games against Stoke, both while in charge at Everton. United are 1.35 to go through on Wednesday.
 
2. The team with the fewer number of shots on target has won in Manchester United’s last four games. Both teams to score is priced at 1.80.
 
1. Stoke have failed to score first in their last five games but are 2.45 to net the opener on Wednesday night.

 

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