Pivoting the Red Devils: Manchester United vs. West Ham FA Cup Clash
Pivoting the Red Devils: Manchester United vs.
West Ham FA Cup Clash} Manchester United looks to extend their unbeaten streak to eleven games as they welcome West Ham to Old Trafford for the fifth round of the 2022-23 FA Cup. The Red Devils have amassed eight wins and two draws since being edged 3-2 by Arsenal in the Premier League on January 22nd.
Manchester United is gunning for their 13th overall FA Cup title and their first since 2016, while West Ham seeks to reach the final for the first time since 2006.
SportsLine soccer analyst Brandt Sutton has been SportsLine’s top soccer editor for five years, scouring data to make the most informed decisions.
For 2022, he boasts a 165-130-2 record and has returned almost $2,200 for $100 players.
After the FA Cup match between Manchester United and West Ham, Sutton has put together a few confident bets, one of them being for plus-money.
Manchester United won the EFL Cup with a 2-0 victory over Newcastle United on Sunday.
Casemiro and Marcus Rashford both scored to give Manchester United their first trophy since they won the Europa League in 2017.
Rashford has scored 25 goals in all competitions this season, including the only goal in their 1-0 victory against West Ham in October.
West Ham is one of the lowest-scoring teams in the league with only 23 goals in 24 matches in the Premier League.
However, they have found their scoring touch recently and put four past Nottingham Forest in their last Premier League match.
Michail Antonio tops their scoring with six goals across all competitions and Jarrod Bowen is close behind with four.
In the FA Cup, West Ham has scored three goals and maintained a clean sheet in both of their games.
In their fourth round, they beat Derby County 1-0, with Said Benrahma’s goal ensuring the victory.
Both teams have plenty of reason to be optimistic ahead of this matchup.
Manchester United are buoyed by their recent EFL Cup triumph and West Ham’s recent scoring surge could make them difficult for the Red Devils to contain.
With Sutton’s picks, you’ll know which bets have the most value.
Don’t make any FA Cup picks before you check out his picks.