There is little time to go in this fantastic domestic season which has been full of thrills, spills and the usual controversy. At this stage of proceedings teams are getting desperate to find the net. Check out where we predict the goals will go in to see BTTS land as well as the match result prediction for a huge return.
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Manchester United v Norwich City – 5.30pm Saturday
Manchester United to win and BTTS is 19/10 with William Hill
David Moyes has gone. Will this lift the players? Well confidence could not have been any lower under the Moyes regime, so it could be bad news for the relegation threatened Canaries who went down to Liverpool last weekend in what was a close game at Carrow Road. Based on the noises out of Old Trafford this week both Moyes and the players will be glad to see the back of each other and that lift is likely to see a prevailing United this weekend. Norwich have lost seven in a row away from home and there isn’t a more perfect opportunity for caretaker manager Ryan Giggs to get off to a winning start. The Red Devils have won five of their last six meetings with Norwich at Old Trafford and will be expected to do so again.
Norwich are currently two points safe of the relegation zone but with their well documented run in, picking up any points looks unlikely from now until the end of the campaign seems doubtful. Neil Adams and his side will have to pull of a shock result somewhere along the line to survive for another season but a Norwich victory away from home is a real collector’s item this season and it is looking likely they will suffer another defeat here. The Canaries are desperate and I can see them getting a consolation as they go all out for points. Last week verses league leaders Liverpool they did just that by scoring two goals on their way to defeat. I think we may see something similar here.
Sunderland v Cardiff City – 12.00pm Sunday
Sunderland to win and BTTS is 11/4 with William Hill
A gigantic tie at the bottom of the Premier League as bottom of the league Sunderland play hosts to 18th placed Cardiff. The consequences of a defeat for either side is unimaginable as a place in the Championship will be their likely destiny. A win though will give them the points to propel their tally and give them an opportunity to escape in the final few games. Sunderland for me have the better players and have shown the better form in recent weeks having taken a point from Manchester City and famously beating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last Saturday. The Black Cats may remain bottom of the league but have the confidence from the past few weeks to be convincing here.
Cardiff are most pundits’ favourites for the drop at present but the away win at Southampton two weeks ago have given them new found hope. Cardiff will take confidence in Sunderland’s poor record at The Stadium of Light and the fact Gus Poyet’s side have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last seven games. This match is never going to be 0-0 in one million years and once one of these teams will score, the other will go all out for an equaliser and so on and so forth. Sunderland appear to have players who can score in Connor Wickham, Adam Johnson and Fabio Borini whereas Cardiff struggle for a prolific scorer of any description which i believe will be the difference in this goals race.
Rotherham United v MK Dons – 3.00pm Saturday
Rotherham to win and BTTS is 13/5 with William Hill
Rotherham have been incredible this season after their promotion from League Two, 12 months ago and with hope filling their sails, the Millers are bold enough to dream of playing in the Championship next season. Rotherham will take confidence from MK Dons leaky defence which has failed to keep a clean sheet for 13 games now. Although little encouragement is required considering the Yorkshire side are undefeated in their last ten games at the New York City Stadium. Rotherham should have far too much quality here and another win to add to their fantastic season looks on the cards.
MK Dons have nothing to play for after a poor end to the season ruling out a challenge on Peterborough for the final Play Off place. Karl Robinson will already be building for next season. Robinson will have hopes his young side who play football the right way can improve enough to be playing for this something, this time next year. Despite looking set for another season in League One, it didn’t stop them taking a point off promoted Brentford last week at home where two late goals saw the tie finish 2-2. The Dons have plenty of injuries and the squad is very thin on the ground but the players who have come in have played without fear and I expect MK to score again this week.