Bet Of The Day May 2

Andrew Hendrie:
Bet Of The Day May 2

The English Premier League match between Manchester United and Brentford features as’s best bet for Monday May 2.

Bet Of The Day May 2 – read on below for our reasoning behind today’s best bet.

Key Points

  • United have lost just once to a bottom half team at home in the EPL this season
  • United haven’t lost a home EPL game since January 4
  • Brentford haven’t kept an away clean sheet in the EPL since September (14 matches)
  • Brentford have scored in nine of their last 11 home games
  • United have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last nine games
  • Brentford have seen both teams score in their last five away games
  • United have seen both teams score in their last four EPL home games

We’re off to the Premier League for today’s best bet as Manchester United look to get back on track when they play host to Brentford at Old Trafford.

It’s been another poor season for United, who are battling to qualify for any sort of European football, coming into this clash in sixth spot on the ladder.

United trail Arsenal in fourth by eight points and are all but certain to miss out on the Champions League, meaning Europa League is the next best thing.

Erik ten Heg is a brave man walking into this club for next season – but for now, the Red Devils must try and return to the winners circle after a tough run of games.

The good news for United is that they are playing at home, where they have only lost to one team in the bottom half of the ladder all season (Aston Villa).

Apart from that defeat, United have only lost to Man City, Liverpool and Wolves at Old Trafford in the Premier League this season.

United haven’t tasted EPL defeat at home since January 4 and this represents a good chance for them to get back to winning ways.

Brentford have enjoyed a superb season after earning promotion into the top flight and are almost certainly set to be safe.

The Bees have won three of their last four games, but we think they could struggle in this clash.

Brentford are without an away clean sheet since September, meaning it’s the longest stretch in the Premier League at 14.

In saying that, Brentford have scored in nine of their last 11 away games, meaning we should be in for an entertaining affair.

With Cristiano Ronaldo back after earning United a point against Chelsea last time out, we can expect the Portuguese superstar to be dangerous once again.

United are due another win and this is a great chance for them at Old Trafford – although Brentford are in good enough form to find the back of the net.



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