FOR MANY Liverpool versus Manchester United remains the biggest game in English football and it’s a clash that frequently entertains.
However, the Reds’ new-found defensive strength, combined with United’s strikers misfiring for much of the campaign, could mean this is a match that will lack goalmouth action.
In the last four meetings only one side has found the net in each game. The pair have traded 3-0 wins over each other in the past two encounters and 1-0 victories apiece in the two before that.
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A 0-0 stalemate is trading at 11-14, for example. Buyers at 14 would make 11 times their stake profit if it was goalless when the players went in for their oranges and 61 times their profit if it finished 0-0.
They would lose 14 times their stake is a goal was scored in the first half, though.
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