A look at the day’s best bets with Betfred, featuring Australian Open Tennis and plenty of football…
Can United do it again?
It seems a very long time ago that Manchester United overturned a two-goal deficit from the first leg of their Champions League tie with Paris Saint-Germain to progress to the quarter-finals.
They’ve got a similar assignment tonight, as they go into the second-leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final against Manchester City having lost the first-leg 3-1 – so they must win by at least two goals to force a penalty shootout.
Find all the latest odds and usual match specials here.
Speaking of United…
Deadline Day is fast approaching, and it feels like news of Bruno Fernandes‘ transfer to Manchester United has been on-and-off for weeks.
Well, it looks like it may finally happen! Latest reports – and plenty of them – claim the Sporting midfielder will be in Manchester today to complete a medical and officially sign for the club.
What do you think of that, Reds? Get in touch via our Twitter @Betfred – we want to hear your views!
Keep up to date with all the latest transfer news and gossip, plus all the latest odds, as we approach the close of the January window with our live blog.
Liverpool – more of the same?
Liverpool, 22 wins out of 23 and 16 points clear in the Premier League title race (procession), visit West Ham this evening, looking for a little more of the same, thank you.
The Hammers lie some 44 points adrift of Klopp’s record-chasers in 17th, a yawning chasm indeed. The Reds are unsurprisingly very skinny indeed for tonight’s match, but we’ve been consulting the crystal wotsits and Everton old boy David Moyes could have a trick or two up his sleeve.
He’d love it, just love it, if West Ham were the ones to derail the Scousers’ title express – the unbeaten bit anyway – and 8/1 is a sporting price for exactly that to happen.
Who will fill the last semi-final spot?
You’ll have to be quick, but there’s still time to bet in-play on the Australian Open quarter-final between Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem.
The winner will face Alexander Zverev in the semi-final, alongside a mouth-watering clash between reigning champ Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.
Latest Outright odds – Djokovic 2/5, Nadal 4/1, Zverev 12/1, Federer 12/1, Thiem 14/1