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Thursday, September 16, 2010


By A.J. Ryder on 10:42PM GMT 15 Sep 2010 
Easily the biggest fixture of the weekend is Sunday's noon-time match-up between Manchester United and Liverpool in the English Premier League. Both sides could really use the three points, having each thrown away a match or two so far this season. As we progress further and further in, it becomes all the more apparent that Chelsea look set to dominate the English Premier League this year- truly looking a class apart.
If you're looking to back Liverpool to get one over United, which they've been known to do in the past, you can back them at a 9/2 price tag with William Hill.
Manchester United's odds to beat Liverpool on Sunday are trading at an odds-on price of 4/6 with William Hill, while the draw is listed at 5/2.
The favoured correct score outcome is looking like a 1-0 result to Manchester United and you can back that at 11/2. A 1-1 draw or a 2-0 victory to the Red Devils is priced at 13/2. Liverpool to win the match 1-0 pays 11/1 with a 2-1 victory rewarding at 16/1.
United to dominate the match and take both legs of the half-time/full-time market is listed at a very solid 17/10, which fans of the Old Trafford club should jump all over. Draw/Manchester United is probably a safer option for neutrals and you can lock in a 16/5 price.
Wayne Rooney is the only player listed at an odds-on price to score and you can back the controversial England striker at a 10/11 price tag to score anytime. He is available at 7/2 to score first or last and he's at 4/1 to get two or more.
A Wayne Rooney hat-trick against Liverpool is listed at 20/1.
Fernando Torres' odds are quite competitive and he's available at 2/1 anytime and 7/1 first or last. Torres is 10/1 to get two or more goals and he's at 50/1 to notch a famous hat-trick.
Dimitar Berbatov is trading at a 6/5 price anytime while Javier Hernandez sits at 6/4. He got a run-out in the Champions League and will look to start seeing more of the ball, going forward.
Nani should line up for this one and he's at 11/4 anytime while Darren Fletcher will likely be deployed once more in the middle. If this match is going to end 1-0 then Darren Fletcher is definitely going to score the winner. This is his type of match.
Liverpool are in a worse situation than United at the moment and they need to start producing more goals ASAP. Joe Cole looks a bust at this point and he will need to produce a big performance on Sunday. Steven Gerrard will be the go-to-guy for Liverpool, doubtlessly, but he simply can't do it himself all the time. Somebody else needs to step up for Liverpool and their fans will likely become increasingly frustrated if Torres doesn't start showing much more acumen in front of goal.

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