15th June 2021



7th December 2018

With Mark Hughes getting the sack last week, Jose Mourhino is back at the head of the market for next Premier League boss to go. Hughes was unlucky to go after the game with United as it happens last saturday.

United got out of gaol with a point, but their overall form is miles behind that which saw them finish second to rivals Manchester City last term.

If United fans were hoping United would kick-on and close the gap on City they have been bitterley disappointed.

United are 18 points adrift of City and are going to need a revival to even make the top four.

The ressurgence of Arsenal has thrown a cat amongst the pigeons and United must beat Fulham at Old Trafford if Mourhino is to carry on.

Even a win over the Cottagers may not be enough. The later, like Southampton changed managers, and new boss, the former Leicester City boss, Claudio Ranieri has a decent record against Mourhino.

Fulham have been nibbled at all week from 14s to 9s, and a draw would not be the biggest shock. The way United are playing would you want to take 2/5?

Arsenal can roll on and take the points against lowly Huddersfield.

Liverpool should also land the spoils but face a tougher task at Bournemouth and we would avoid taking the 4/6.

Leaders Manchester City face Chelsea in the evening game and City are unbeaten against the Blues in recent seasons. they may land the odds but are not really any value.