Man United – Sheffield betting tip, prediction & odds 24.04.2024

Premier League, Wednesday, 24.04.2024

The top 5 of the league and thus the Premier League championship fight? A long way away! Manchester United are falling far short of their own expectations. All the more reason for fans to suddenly tremble ahead of a home game against the bottom club.

On Wednesday, Old Trafford will host a catch-up match which, according to all bookmakers, can only be won. However, my Manchester United Sheffield betting tip should now tell you why I see good chances for a BTS in this game

50 points after 32 games? No, this is really not how Manchester United envisioned this season! While Arsenal, the Sky Blues and Liverpool are fighting for the title at the top with over 20 points more in their account, the Red Devils have long since had to let go.

No wonder, as a record of 15 wins, five draws and twelve defeats doesn’t exactly sound like a club that claims to be one of the best in the country

47:48 goals? The goal difference is actually negative! Qualifying for international business via the league will probably be very difficult, fifth place is already ten points away anyway.

One win from the last seven games, and that at 2-0 against relegation candidates Everton? Insufficient at best!

The team has currently been waiting four games for a three-pointer, the longest they have been in the Premier League in 2023/24

Curious: Three of the last four matches have been drawn. That’s so strange because United have only shared the points twice in 28 matches. So is the draw the new favorite result?

Twice to nil in the last 15 matches? That also speaks for itself. Is there a significant difference for the Red Devils whether they play at home or away?

The statistics don’t really read that differently. As Old Trafford has seen eight wins, two draws and five defeats, the home stadium is certainly no guarantee of many points.

At least they didn’t lose in the recent 2-2 draw at home to Liverpool. Interesting fact: There haven’t been two home games in a row without a win since September, so they should actually win again on Wednesday

No Red Devils player has scored more than eight goals, which also shows how this season is going. In terms of personnel, things are not exactly running smoothly either, as there are a few painful absences, especially defensively.

Jonny Evans, Raphael Varane, Lisandro Martinez and Victor Lindelöf are (almost certainly) out, and that has to be compensated for first.

In the first half of the season, the 2:1 win against Sheffield Wednesday was a close one anyway, with the winning goal only scored in the 77th minute

The fact that our bookmakers do not believe in a surprise is of course also due to the fact that Sheffield United are bottom of the table and have long since resigned themselves to relegation.

If you sign up with our top provider Crazybuzzer, you will encounter odds of 1.27 to 9.20. The guests know: We are the crass underdog, and we have only ourselves to blame for that.

Three wins in 33 rounds, 23 defeats? As if that wasn’t bad enough, the team also has by far the worst defense in the Premier League with a whopping 88 goals conceded

31 own goals? Nobody can beat that! Admittedly, it’s not easy to collect positive stats on this club. Only ten times have they scored fewer than 2.5 goals in total, but that’s just a fact for statistics lovers.

Three draws from the last six games, scored in five games? It may be a weak upward trend, but at least it’s one. 51 goals conceded at home and 37 away, the defense seems to prefer business trips.

1:3 at Liverpool or 0:2 at Manchester City? The most recent performances against top teams were not that bad. At least Sheffield managed to keep the defeats from being too heavy

It’s no surprise that a club like Manchester United is clearly favored against bottom-placed Sheffield City, even at home. I couldn’t find much in my analysis to suggest a surprise either.

Sheffield concede a lot of goals and are virtually unable to win. At the same time, however, I could also see that the Red Devils are struggling defensively. What’s more, they haven’t won in four games.

I would therefore warn against favoring the home side too much or even giving them a clean sheet. Since the 2:1 in the first half of the season was also very close, I’m going for the following tip:

Both teams score!

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