10. Manchester United beat Club Brugge 3-1 in the first leg of this Champions League playoff qualifying round. They have won all three of their games this season and are 1.90 to win again.
9. United have lost their last two European away games by a two-goal margin: 2-0 at Olympiakos and 3-1 at Bayern Munich both during the 2013/14 season. Brugge are 24.00 to win 2-0 and qualify for the group phase.
8. Brugge also boast a W6 D2 L1 home record against English clubs. Their sole defeat was a 2-1 result to Birmingham in the 2011/12 UEFA Europa League. Brugge are 16.00 to go through.
7. Memphis Depay scored twice for United against Brugge last week — his first goals for his new club. The Netherlands international is 12.00 to net twice again.
6. Brugge have won all three of their home games but their record this season reads W3 D1 L5. They are facing a third defeat on the bounce and are 3.15 lose/lose on the HT/FT.
5. Brugge striker Tuur Dierckx boasts two goals in five outings this campaign. The 20-year-old Belgian played four Europa League games last term but failed to find the net. He is 4.90 to score.
4. United captain Wayne Rooney is yet to score from four outings this season, having not bagged a goal in the final six games of the Red Devils’ previous campaign. Rooney is 2.55 to net at any time.
3. Louis van Gaal’s side earned 10 corners to Brugge’s one at Old Trafford last week. Rooney is 12.00 to score a header.
2. Belgian Marouane Fellaini scored United’s third against Brugge last week — his sixth United goal of 2015. The former Standard Liege midfielder is 10.00 to net the opening goal.
1. United recorded 20 shots during their 0-0 draw with Newcastle on Saturday — only seven of them hitting the target. Another goalless draw is priced at 10.50.