- Manchester United has +100 odds to beat Newcastle United.
- Anthony Martial has +150 odds while Antony Santos has +200 odds to score a goal.
- Miguel Almiron has +450 odds to score a goal.
MANCHESTER, London – Manchester United will take the field once more, and this time against Newcastle United in which they have +100 to win on the moneyline and are 0.5-point favorited on the spread with +100 odds as well.
Manchester United Vs. Newcastle United
- Moneyline: Manchester Utd (+100) vs. Newcastle (+270), Draw (+277)
- Spread: Manchester Utd -0.5 (+100)
- Total: 2.5, 3
Legal betting sites are favoring Manchester United in this one for good reason being that they’ve been on fire in the month of October as well as their last 10 games. In the four games that they’ve played in October, they’ve gone 3-1 and have scored 2+ goals in three of those games as well. In their last ten games overall they sit with an impressive 8-2 record.
As for Newcastle, although they are 2-0 in October, the last ten games for them have been rocky as they’ve gone 4-5-1 straight up.
Any Time Goal Scorer Odds
There is plenty of value to be made on Bovada’s odds for any time goal scorer. On the Newcastle side, they’ve had just one consistent goal scorer in October and that has been Miguel Almiron (+450) as he has scored a goal in each of their last two games.
As for Manchester United, both Anthony Martial (+150) and Antony Santos’ (+200) soccer odds to score a goal are two of the shortest on the team, but still hold great value. They are the only two players to have scored multiple goals in their last four October games. Both have scored twice.
Cristiano Ronaldo (+120) is another name that should never be counted out of scoring a goal either having scored in three of their last ten games.
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