10. An away win would see Bournemouth complete their first top flight double over any opponent. The visitors can be backed at 8.50 to win.
9. Eddie Howe’s side won 2-1 at Dean Court back in December, a repeat of which is priced at 23.00.
8. Manchester United have won all four of their previous home meetings with Bournemouth in all competitions. The hosts are favourites to win at 1.38.
7. United scored 12 and didn’t concede a single goal in any of those four meetings. They are 2.28 to win with a clean sheet.
6. Bournemouth have lost five of their last seven league games, drawing one and winning one. United are 1.08 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
5. Louis van Gaal’s side must win and hope Manchester City lose at Swansea in order to qualify for the Champions League. Bournemouth are 3.15 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
4. The Red Devils haven’t scored fewer than 50 top flight goals since the 1989/90 campaign. Currently on 46 this term, United are 4.70 to score over 3.5 goals.
3. The sides’ last meeting at Old Trafford saw United win 1-0 in an FA Cup fifth round replay in February 1989. An identical scoreline is available at 7.50.
2. Junior Stanislas, who scored in the reverse fixture, has failed to score since the 2-1 home win in December (14 games). He is 7.00 to find the net at any time.
1. Wayne Rooney has scored just seven Premier League goals this season; he has never previously failed to score less than 11 league goals for United. Rooney is 5.20 to open the scoring.