The Daily Star’s Chief Football writer, Danny Fullbrook, thinks City will find it tough at the Reebok but should come out as narrow winners.
Bolton v Man City, Sun 21st, 16.00, Skysports 1
The rest of the TV football across the weekend comes down to Manchester.
To think that after hammering Swansea, Man city still have Carlos Tevez and Mario Balotelli to come into the team. On that basis alone you have to fear for Bolton (4/1, Ladbrokes) but the Reebok is a tough place to go and City might find it harder than they think, but an away win is still on the cards, 5/6 with Betfred, and a 2-1 win at that (15/2 with bet365).
Man United v Tottenham, Mon 22nd, 20.00, Skysports 1
Man Utd play Tottenham on Monday night, the home side 4/6 favs with YouWin, with Spurs looking to build on their 5-0 thrashing of Hearts. Harry Redknapp’s men will not lose this game because they have started well, but also they never win at Old Trafford either. A draw is on the cards at 14/5 (Totesport).
Defensive problems for United make this a tricky game so I reckon we are looking at a 1-1 draw (7/1, Coral) with Rooney scoring for United (9/2 first goal, or 11/10 anytime, Blue Square). This lot would be an incredible set of results, so fingers crossed.
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