Liverpool v Manchester UTD Tips - Soft Centered

Liverpool v Manchester UTD Betting tips: (Premier League March 5)
Tip 1: Liverpool win v Manchester UTD (Draw No Bet) @ 11/10 Betfair 2 things come straight to my attention in the big Liverpool v Manchester UTD Sunday Premier League clash. The likely role tipped from the bench for Andrew Carroll has the Liverpool fans excited and that means a fantastic atmosphere and support behind the home side. Manchester UTD will be coming to Anfield without their 2 main centre halves Vidic and Ferdinand and the likes of Smalling and Evans may find it very difficult to deal with the occasion and Suarez and the aforementioned Carroll. 11/10 great betting value on the DNB....


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Tip 2: Steven Gerrard anytime goal scorer for Liverpool @ 10/3 (SJ) | Brace @ 30/1 (PP) | To be booked @ 3/1 (Skybet) Rises to the occasion for big games and no bigger than Liverpool v Manchester UTD and I expect him to be a central figure in tomorrow's game. Watch for the runs into the box from deep as well as shooting from long range and his set piece threat (including pens). He's also off corner duty finally with Suarez taking over meaning he now has an aerial threat or can lurk outside the box for stray balls. Phil Dowd is in charge of the Liverpool v Manchester UTD game and isn't generous with the cards but Gerrard will be fired up and 3/1 is too big a price on him being booked.

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