Football Tips: Thommo’s 41/1 & 34/1 Sunday Bet Builders featuring Liverpool v Man Utd

Paddy ambassador Phil Thompson's going for a brace of home wins on the box this Sunday

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Sunday’s football tips

2pm: West Ham v Wolves
West Ham to Win
Under 2.5 Goals
Both Teams To Score? No
Jarrod Bowen to Score First
Michail Antonio To Have 1 Or More Shots On Target

4.30pm: Liverpool v Manchester United
Liverpool (-2)
Both Teams To Score? No
Mo Salah to Score Anytime
Darwin Nunez to Have 1 Or More Shots On Target
Diogo Dalot To Be Shown A Card

 

2pm: West Ham v Wolves

TV: Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League

Looking at this game, and looking at the stats, I’m going for a low-scoring contest. West Ham had a beg defeat against Fulham which ended a six-game unbeaten run in all competitions.

They were doing alright but they’ve won just one of the last four Premier League games at home and that was against Nottingham Forest. I do expect West Ham to win this though.

Wolves, what do we make of them? You wouldn’t often think that they have won just one of their last four in the league and that was against Burnley. They’ve not won any of their last 13 Premier League games in London, losing 10 of those.

I’m going for a very slight West Ham victory. I think it will be 1-0 so that’s Under 2.5 Goals in the game and Both Teams To Score? No.

To get the goal? It’s got to be Jarrod Bowen who’s having a great goal-scoring season so I’ve got Bowen to Score First. Finally I’ve gone for Michail Antonio To Have 1 Or More Shots On Target.

4.30pm: Liverpool v Manchester United

TV: Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League

It’s a difficult one this. I’ve looked at it and I don’t think I would have been able to say for many, many years that this is a banana skin for Liverpool!

Everybody’s tipping them to win because of that 7-0 in this corresponding fixture last year. Bruno Fernandes is out suspended, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw probably won’t make it.

This is Manchester United and they’re not too bad positionally but it’s not the old Manchester United that we know. They’ve lost seven of the opening 16 games in the league.

On the good side they’ve got the joint-best defence away from home along with Arsenal. They’ve only conceded seven on the road.

Liverpool have a 100% home winning record with 11 out of 11. This is very much going in Liverpool’s favour and they’ve won four of their last five meetings with Manchester United.

This is a 3-0 win to Liverpool for me so Both Teams To Score? No again. I fancy Mo Salah to Score Anytime, he’s got a good record against Manchester United and, yes, he will be on penalties as well. I think he’ll get at least one.

I’m going for Liverpool (-2) in my Bet Builder and for Darwin Nunez to Have 1 Or More Shots On Target. He got two here in this last season. I also fancy Diogo Dalot To Be Shown A Card. He’s extremely rash and this is the biggest game in world football.

Sunday’s football tips

2pm: West Ham v Wolves
West Ham to Win
Under 2.5 Goals
Both Teams To Score? No
Jarrod Bowen to Score First
Michail Antonio To Have 1 Or More Shots On Target

4.30pm: Liverpool v Manchester United
Liverpool (-2)
Both Teams To Score? No
Mo Salah to Score Anytime
Darwin Nunez to Have 1 Or More Shots On Target
Diogo Dalot To Be Shown A Card

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