Live on Skysports 1: Sun 16.00: Man Utd (1/3, BetVictor) can mark Sir Alex Ferguson’s last home game in charge by easing past Swansea.
In a move that has shocked the football world, Sir Alex Ferguson will step down as Manchester United manager at the end of the season, having occupied the position for almost 27 years and subsequently, in the final home match of his trophy-littered reign, it seems unthinkable that his players won’t give him the perfect send off by beating Swansea.
BetVictor price the champions at just 1/3 to get the better of Michael Laudrup’s men, Stan James’s 11/1 outsiders, in what is effectively a dead rubber but there’s every chance we’ll see the best of United here, in what will undoubtedly be a party atmosphere at Old Trafford and it’s easy to see them brushing aside the unfortunate Swans with ease.
Skybet post 8/11 against United in the handicaps, when starting a goal in arrears but a better bet along similar lines is bet365’s 7/4 for the hosts to come out on top despite kicking off two goals back.
More specifically BetVictor go 17/2 about Sir Alex Ferguson’s side notching three times without reply but in a potentially open affair, both teams look set to score (10/11, William Hill) and that lends appeal to a modest flutter on a 4-1 home success at a massive 16/1 courtesy of Stan James.
Meanwhile, with six goals in his last five outings, Robin van Persie is the man that can break the deadlock at odds of 3/1 (bet365).