AManchester United and Tottenham Hotspur need to ease the pressure on their Premier League problems in a game both managers can’t afford to lose.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Spurs boss Nuno Espírito Santo need to ease the heat on them at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium. Here’s a close look at the Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United betting options at LV BET. 


Tottenham Hotspur 

This Premier League game has already been dubbed el-sackico by some mischief-makers – it doesn’t take a genius to work out that the losing boss will not have an easy Saturday night.

Nuno Espírito Santo certainly has some credit in the bank after wins over Aston Villa and Newcastle, but last week’s passionless performance at West Ham means the knives were again out.

The heat was taken off after squeezing past Burnley in the EFL Cup, but a 1-0 result scraped against a team already fighting in the relegation zone has fans far from convinced.

Tottenham have won three of their four home games so far, only outclassed by Chelsea. They won them all by one goal – like every single Spurs league win so far.

Now they need to add to Manchester United’s woes and if results go their way they could jump into the top four. Not bad considering there have been some calls for the head coach to go.

Can Spurs keep their good home record going? A 2-0 win is 14/1 (15.00).

If you fancy another 5-0 horror show, you are in the right place – LV BET have got that option for you at 249/1 (250.00).

Is this the day Harry Kane’s season finally gets started?

We have the England captain at 20/1 (21.00) to get a hat-trick, or 9/2 (5.5) to score twice.

How about Son Heung-min to close the scoring on Saturday night? That’s a 7/1(8.00) bet.

We have Deli Alli at 11/1 (12.00) to get the last goal of the game.

Manchester United

The ice the under-pressure manager is skating on is already waver thin.

He’s survived this week, but a no-show on Saturday night and even the most fierce supporter of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will begin to accept time’s up.

If there’s not a big response to their Liverpool catastrophe, then the blowtorch will be plugged in on their way home from North London.

A one-point return from 12 has seen United’s title odds cut to 50/1 (51.00).

They were two points off the leaders just a few weeks ago but it already appears to be a damage limitation exercise.

Can their great recovery start on Saturday? 

A 2-0 away win is offered at 11/1 (12.00), with a 2-1 success priced at 31/4 (8.75).

In 10 of the last 15 Manchester United matches, both teams scored – we’re offering that as a Bet Booster at 3/5 (1.60).

Is it Jadon Sancho’s time to shine? After a slow start, the England man is 33/10 (4.30) to score at any time.

After shipping nine goals in their last two Premier League matches, attack may be the only form of defence.

Mason Greenwood and Ronaldo to both score is 7/1(8.00) in our anytime double bet.


Spurs start the game with odds of 19/10 (2.90). Manchester United are on offer at 27/20 (2.35) with the draw available at 27/10 (3.70).


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 *Odds subject to change. Odds correct at time of publishing

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