Huddersfield v Man United – 101 Great Goals prediction: Huddersfield 0-3 Man United
Given the two sides’ contrasting form, it’s hard to look past a convincing Man United win.
Jose Mourinho’s side look nearly impenetrable at the back while Huddersfield are finding goals hard to come by.
Huddersfield v Manchester United betting tips
Huddersfield are 8/1 to stun Manchester United at home.
The bookies see Manchester United as strong favourites – 1/3 with Bet365.
Draw at half-time and Manchester United to win the match is 11/4.
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Huddersfield v Man United: Premier League preview
Manchester United extended their unbeaten run to 12 matches following Wednesday night’s 1-0 win at Benfica in the Champions League.
The Red Devils’ winner came in somewhat fortunate circumstances. Marcus Rashford’s deep free-kick was carried over the line by Benfica goalkeeper Mile Svilar – the youngest goalkeeper in Champions League history.
Jose Mourinho’s side have won seven of their last eight matches, keeping six clean sheets in the process.
United were criticized for their approach to last weekend’s clash at Anfield, which finished in a 0-0 stalemate.
Last weekend’s 2-0 defeat at Swansea saw Huddersfield move down to 12th in the table, despite their great start to the campaign.
David Wagner’s side now find themselves without a win in any of their last six matches. During that time, the newly-promoted side have scored just one goal, and conceded 10.
Huddersfield team news v Man United: Mounie return
The big news for the home side is that Steve Mounie is set to return from a calf injury.
Philip Billing is likely to miss out after twisting his ankle last time out, although Danny Williams is back.
Kasey Palmer is ruled out with a thigh injury, as is Michael Hefele.
Collin Quaner has returned to training but remains a slight doubt.
Jon Stankovic is sidelined with a long-term knee injury.
Man United team news v Huddersfield: Rashford doubt
Marcus Rashford is a doubt after picking up a knee injury in the Champions League.
Eric Bailly is a slight doubt although Phil Jones is expected to be available.
Saturday is likely to come too soon for Marouane Fellaini who is recovering from a knee injury.
Luke Shaw traveled to Portugal with the first-team squad but was not included in the 18-man squad.
Marcos Rojo could be back in a few week’s time. Michael Carrick, Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are the other long-term absentees.