West Ham United vs Manchester United Bet Builder

After delivering another winner in his featured column on Saturday, SlipsTips returns to take a look at the Bet Builder market ahead of West Ham’s Premier League clash with Manchester United on Sunday night.

West Ham United vs Manchester United (Sunday, 19:00)

Two teams who will be keen to return to winning ways in the Premier League lock horns at the London Stadium on Sunday night as West Ham United welcome Manchester United.

I’ve covered this match-up in more detail in a separate match preview but I’ve since identified a Bet Builder whereby I’m happy to follow a familiar theme.

The Hammers’ recent showings suggest they’re more than capable of keeping this capital clash competitive and it’s the even-money (SkyBet) available on each team to hit 3+ corners and each team to receive 10+ booking points that caught my eye once more.

Though they have performed well below expectations this season, David Moyes’ side have been fairly reliable when it comes to earning corner kicks this season, with an average of 5.35 flag kicks per-game, covering the 3+ line in each of their last 13 league games, including their last outing at Man City.

As for Manchester United, they have been middle-of-the-range corner performers this season – averaging 4.97 per 90 minutes – although Erik ten Hag’s team have hit a minimum of three corners in 15 of their 17 top-flight road trips this term to date.

What’s more, West Ham manager David Moyes tends to loosen the shackles when his team are playing at the London Stadium, so with all things considered, I’m more than happy to back each team to deliver a minimum of three corners.

To round off the selection I’m going with each team to receive 10+ Booking Points in what should be a keenly-contested affair in the capital.

While West Ham are the top-flight’s best behaved side with their lowly booking average of 1.24 yellows per-game, they have collected at least one card in all but one of their last seven Premier League contests, and a solitary caution doesn’t look out of reach here for a side that are not yet assured of survival.

Man United, in contrast, have been one of the more ill-disciplined sides in the division this term with their 2.15 card per-game tally, not to mention referee Peter Bankes has as awarded both sides at least one booking in a considerable 17 of the 18 Premier League matches he has has taken charge of this season.

With all that in mind, as well as the fact that this combination has clicked in three of Man United’s last four Premier League road games, supporting the same formula in east London on Sunday night stands out at evens (SkyBet).

Recommended Bet

  • Each team 3+ Corners
  • Each team 10+ Booking Points
  •  1/1 (SkyBet)

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