Cardiff City vs Manchester United: Confirmed Lineups (NO Robin Van Persie)

Team Lineups provided approximately 1 hour before kickoff


Cardiff City vs Man United Preview and Betting Tips

Cardiff vs Man Utd tips and prediction: Cardiff City play Manchester United on Sunday 23rd November and we have free Premier League betting tips for this weekend’s match.

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Another international break; another sense of relief and anticipation when the fortnight-long absence of Premier League football is at an end and we can turn our attentions back to the greatest league in the world. And the return to action this weekend sees new boys Cardiff City hosting champions Manchester United in the late Sunday kick-off. Here’s the preview and betting tips for the match.

Manchester United have seemingly started to turn the tide of late on their below-average start to the campaign under new boss David Moyes and they go into this game as 8/13 favourites in the latest Cardiff v Man Utd betting odds with Coral. While you can back Cardiff to take the points at 5/1 with Paddy Power in what would be a mega achievement for the club, to add to their immensely impressive 3-2 home victory over United’s neighbours and title rivals Manchester City earlier this season. Best-priced for a draw is Bet Victor at 31/10.

The Red Devils haven’t lost a game since their shock 1-2 home defeat to Stoke at the end of September and, despite perhaps not having played the best of football in the time since, their last run-out before the international break was their promising 1-0 victory over high-flying Arsenal. That result will have been a big boost for the players and manager ahead of the internationals and they’ll certainly be looking to take 3 points back across the border on Sunday evening.

Sunday’s hosts Cardiff have proved no pushovers so far this season, mind, having impressed with a number of strong performances – not least that victory over City – which perhaps weren’t expected of them prior to the start of the season and they should provide a stern test.

Ex-United striker Frazier Campbell will be hoping to put in a big performance against his former employers in front of what is certain to be a vocal home crowd and he’s a tasty 10/1 for our first goalscorer tip with Bet365. While central defender Steven Caulker is showing to be an acute acquisition from Spurs, marshalling the back four and also proving a threat in the opposition box. Caulker and his defensive colleagues could well have their work cut out on Sunday though, with the small matter of a red-hot Wayne Rooney.

Rooney can be backed at best odds of 6/4 as an anytime goalscorer with Bet365 and that makes up our final football tip for Sunday.


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