Betting prediction for WBA vs Manchester United

The chances of West Bromwich Albion to fall down to the relegation zone of the Premier League are getting bigger as they are just one point ahead of Sunderland, but with a match in hand. The home match against Manchester United have to be won in order to preserve their chances to maintain its position in the Premier League. The reason for the plight of West Bromwich is undoubtedly the huge number of draws they have made during the season. For comparison, the eighth in the current standings Newcastle has more losses, but has 20 points more than WBA. West Brom is the team with the least wins from the start of the season, only four after 27 played matches.

On the other hand Manchester United can not afford another loss. The team conceded so many this season as they lost entirely its reputation of a champion in England. Another loss could exacerbate the situation of David Moyes, who almost certainly will be sacked as a manager of Manchester United after the season.

What can be said about this match? WBA plays at home really stable. The last loss the team had was against Norwich on December 7. The team scores regularly, though the last time they scored more than one goal was when they lose to Manchester City with 2-3 on December 4.

United in turn plays quite hesitant and shows inconsistent results. But the main thing to notice is that they failed to score as successfully as the last year. The last time that United scored more than 2 goals, regardless home or away was against Hull City on December 26.

This is why a possible bet for Under 2.5 goals scored by both teams in the match looks pretty intriguing. The bookies proposals for such prediction are not bad at all. William Hill gives odds of 1.91, while bet365 offer 1.8 and Bet at home 1.75.

So my prediction for this match will be for an Under 2.5 goals scored in the match with William Hill and coefficient of 1.91.

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