Manchester United vs Leicester: Bet £10 get £40 in free bets with William Hill

William Hill are offering £40 in free bets to new customers if they bet £10 on Manchester United vs Leicester in the Premier League on Sunday.

New customers who sign up and bet £10 can claim £40 in free bets in the Premier League clash between in-form Manchester United and Leicester, who themselves are on the back of three successive wins in all competitions.

After a thrilling draw in the Europa League on Thursday night, it’s back to domestic business as Manchester United’s jam-packed schedule continues.

In mid-week, the Red Devils held Barcelona to a 2-2 draw at Camp Nou, with Marcus Rashford’s 22nd goal of the season helping them lead 2-1, only to be denied victory by a late equaliser.

Nevertheless, Erik ten Hag’s team are in a more than decent position ahead of the return leg this forthcoming Thursday. Back in the Premier League, Man United are now third, having beaten Leeds at Elland Road last Sunday.

Leicester, out of nowhere, have found form in recent weeks, scoring four in each of their last two games, first coming from behind to win 4-2 at Villa Park, before smashing Tottenham 4-1 last time out.

Nampalys Mendy lashed home a stunning equaliser against Spurs, his first for the club, before James Maddison, Kelechi Ịheanachọ and Harvey Barnes were all on target in their first home win since 20 October.

These back-to-back victories have lifted Brendan Rodgers’ team up to 13th, six points clear of the relegation zone.

Leicester won 2-1 at Old Trafford during lockdown, Çağlar Söyüncü heading home the winner, but they haven’t won at the Theatre of Dreams with supporters present since 1998.

Manchester United vs Leicester Bet Builder

Our bet builder tip for Manchester United vs Leicester at 2pm in the Premier League at 12/5 is:

  • Marcus Rashford to score
  • Over 2.5 goals
  • BTTS - yes

Manchester United vs Leicester Betting Odds

Here are the latest odds for Manchester United vs Leicester, 2pm(GMT) kick off:

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