Andrew Hughes thinks Liverpool will cruise past Manchester United on Saturday and help to land another weekend multiple in the process
Bet 1: Back Liverpool to beat Manchester United at 1.85
Manchester United may have finished two places above Liverpool in the Premier League last season, but it is Jurgen Klopp's side who are rated as the main challengers to the defending champions, and they served notice of their intent when they beat Manchester City in Thursday's International Champions Cup game.
Of course, we shouldn't read too much into these pre-season skirmishes, but we certainly can't ignore the negativity surrounding Jose Mourinho's side. As Jamie Pacheco points out in his Premier League Betting article, the lack of transfer activity, Mourinho's outdated tactics and the continuing Pogba frustration all suggest that United fans could be in for a rough season.
There are no such worries for Liverpool who have made some astute signings and have Mohamed Salah back in the fold. The Reds are on the up and they can add to United's woes with a comfortable victory on Saturday.
Bet 2: Back Penrith Panthers to beat Manly Sea Eagles at 1.50
There's another busy weekend of rugby in store and you can keep up to date with all of the latest previews and tips on the dedicated Betting.Betfair rugby league pages.
Saturday's game at Lottoland is between two shell-shocked teams who both conceded 50 points in their last outing. Manly slumped to their sixth defeat in seven with a 56-24 loss against the Roosters, while the Panthers were thrashed 50-18 by Gold Coast.
Neither side will be feeling particularly confident after those drubbings, but unlike Manly, the Panthers still have something to play for. They will also be boosted by the return of Dallin Watene-Zelezniak and with a win vital to shore up their play-off spot, they should have the motivational edge here.
Bet 3: Back Bangladesh to beat West Indies at [2.37]
I thought Bangladesh might struggle in their one day series in the Caribbean, but they've proven me wrong with two excellent performances, restricting the home side to 231 in the first game and nearly chasing down a target of 271 in the second.
That should serve as a reminder of the folly of banking on the West Indies to beat anyone at short odds, and based on what we've seen so far in this series, the home side don't deserve to be big favourites. With Mushfiqur Raqim and Shakib Al Hasan in sparkling form, they offer a touch of value to pull off a series win.
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