10. So far in 2013, Manchester United have recorded three wins out of four in all competitions. The league leaders are favourites at 2.40 to beat Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
9. United haven’t lost in ten Premier League games, since going down to a 1-0 defeat at Norwich City in November last year. Sir Alex Ferguson’s side can be backed at 1.42 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
8. Spurs had won four games in a row in all competitions before drawing at QPR last weekend. The North Londoners are available at 2.90 to record a 2nd win of the season against Manchester United.
7. Andre Villas-Boas’ men are now on a seven-game unbeaten run since losing to Everton early last month. Spurs can be backed at 1.58 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
6. United have only drawn one league game so far in the current campaign, whilst Tottenham have earned a point on four occasions. A share of the spoils at White Hart Lane is priced at 3.40.
5. This season’s reverse fixture ended in a 3-2 Spurs victory at Old Trafford. A repeat of that winning scoreline for Tottenham can be backed at 24.00.
4. Last term’s corresponding fixture saw United earn a 3-1 win at White Hart Lane. An identical scoreline this time round is available at 18.00.
3. Gareth Bale has already bagged a goal against Manchester United this season, and has scored six goals in his last nine matches for Spurs. The Welsh winger is priced at 3.35 to score at any time on Sunday.
2. Spurs’ top scorer Jermain Defoe has found the net 14 times in all competitions this term. Defoe is available at 1.40 not to score against United.
1. Robin van Persie has scored in nine of his last ten appearances for United. The Dutchman can be backed at 4.75 to score the first goal at White Hart Lane, just as he did against Liverpool last weekend.
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