Back Both Teams To Score In Wednesday’s Carabao Cup Clash Between Bristol City And Man Utd

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Bristol City embark upon one of the biggest games in the club’s history when they take on Manchester United in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday night and we are expecting an entertaining clash at Ashton Gate…

Both teams scored in the last five matches at Ashton Gate
Both teams found the net in eight of Bristol City’s last ten matches overall
Wednesday 20th December – 8.00pm
OddsWon/LostBet

Bristol City v Manchester United
   

Tips

Both teams to score
   Best Bet

@ 4 / 5
 

Betfred

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The Robins have been one of the ‘feel-good’ stories of the season so far as they have backed manager Lee Johnson to the hilt and they are reaping the rewards, with City currently riding high in third place in the Championship table following a four-match winning run.

Johnson’s men have beaten Plymouth, Watford, Stoke and Crystal Palace in the Carabao Cup this season and they look over-priced at 7/1 in the match betting (Boylesports) for Wednesday.

Manchester United have already lost four times on the road this season and it seems likely that Jose Mourinho will rotate his team as the Red Devils have a Premier League game with Leicester City coming up this weekend.

Bristol City can cover a +2 goal advantage in the handicap market at the very least (7/10 with William Hill) and it promises to be a thoroughly enjoyable affair in front of the Sky Sports cameras.
Match Odds:

Bank On Goals

City have only lost two games at Ashton Gate this season (won nine, drawn three) and the stadium has tended to witness a few goals, with the last six home fixtures all going over 2.5 goals (8/13) and both teams have scored in each of the last five.

With that in mind, both teams to score looks like a very decent bet (4/5 with Betfred) and it is one that has paid out in each of United’s past three away games.

Furthermore, both teams to score and over 2.5 goals combined is available at 13/10 (William Hill), and that is worthy of consideration as Bristol City can take on the role of underdogs with nothing to lose when they take on the reigning Carabao Cup champions on home soil.

Posted: Tuesday, 19th December 2017

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