Friday 4 January 2019

FA Cup Betting Match Preview: Man Utd Squad Rotation, 7 home game undefeated 5/1/2019

Manchester United

The FA Cup is divided into eight rounds, each round is a Knockout round, with a 90-minute tie requiring a replay. This round is the third round.

Manchester United have won four consecutive League games under new manager Solskjaer. Although the ranking remains unchanged at No. 6, the gap with the Champions League has narrowed to 6 points, and the team has regained the hope of fighting for the fourth place.

When Solskjaer took office, the Red Devils scored 14 goals in four matches. Pogba, Lukaku and Rashford were all in good shape and in good condition.

Manchester United's defense has also played well, losing three goals in four matches and beating Newcastle United 2-0 in midweek are the first clean sheets since the Red Devils'last nine official matches, which is undoubtedly a positive sign for the team.

New year fixture is tiring, United's main players need a good rest to prepare for next weekend's trip to Spurs. Therefore, Manchester United should will rest a lot 1st team player in this game.


Reading, the English Championship team, has had a lot of ups and downs in recent seasons. 16/17 season they finished third, but last season they finished in 20th. After 26 rounds , Reading ranked second to the last, three points behind the safety zone.

Since mid-November, Reading has not won in 10 consecutive matches, in which New Year's Day was demolished at home by Swansea 4-1, which was extremely damaging to morale.

Reading has been plagued by lack of offensive power recently, scoring only two goals in the last six games,  In addition, 13 away games have won only one, and nearly nine have not won.

Important Stats

  • Man Utd have scored two or more goals in last four games.
  • United remain unbeaten at home in last seven games.
  • United have won last five games against Reading.
  • Reading has had a hard time winning in last 10 games.
  • Reading has scored fewer than 2.5 goals in five of his last six games.
  • Reading has played six away games, five of which have not scored a single goal, and only one has scored.

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