Mata To Provide The Chances

Matt Le Tissier provides freebets.com with an exclusive betting tip for Manchester United v Hull City in the Premier League.
At 15/8 a £10 bet would return £28.75

Mata To Get An Assist

Matt Le Tissier provides freebets.com with an exclusive betting tip for Manchester United v Hull City in the Premier League.

Last night Liverpool let a 3 goal lead slip to draw 3-3 away at Crystal Palace and hand the initiative to Manchester City in the title race. There probably won’t be anywhere near as much drama in this game tonight, but both sides are looking to recover from setbacks at the weekend.

The Red Devils have been well below their best this term, but could yet finish sixth in the table by winning their remaining two matches, if Tottenham lose to Aston Villa in the final game of the season.

It’s mission complete for Steve Bruce as his Hull side can look forward to another season in the Premier League, so they can play without any pressure and enjoy the occasion this evening.

Matt Le Tissier tips Juan Mata to provide an assist for Man Utd v HullMatt Le Tissier Tips: “Manchester United are difficult to catch right at the moment and Hull could either relish the chance to concentrate on their football with no more relegation fears or have one eye on their summer holidays, so I’m going to steer clear of the match odds market in this one.

It’s unclear who will start up-front for United, but Juan Mata will create plenty of chances for the forwards as usual and I like the look of Boylesports‘ 15/8 on the Spaniard to get an assist at anytime in the match.”

Ryan Giggs is hopeful Wayne Rooney will be fit after missing Saturday’s defeat through illness and a groin strain, while Robin Van Persie could be in line to start after coming off the bench in Saturday’s 0-1 defeat to Sunderland.

Defender James Chester could miss the rest of the season after injuring his hamstring in Saturday’s 3-1 loss at Aston Villa with Alex Bruce likely to deputise, while Sone Aluko remains absent after injuring his ankle in training last week.