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Valid Until17:00 CET - January 15, 2017
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The North-West Derby takes place this Sunday (17:00 CET, January 15) at Old Trafford, so make sure to place your bets on either side before then to claim the €5 Premier League Free Bet.

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Both sides will be chasing a victory at Old Trafford this weekend, as Man United will be aiming to break into the top four (if Arsenal blunder against Swansea), while Liverpool will be looking to close the five-point gap between them and Chelsea at the top of the table.

We’re backing Man United to win the North-West Derby; they’ll be playing in front of their home support – which make all the difference – and additionally, they’ve recently hit a great form that has seen them win nine straight games across all competitions, including six in the Premier League.

Despite Man United’s recent good fortunes, it wouldn’t be wise to immediately dismiss Jurgen Klopp’s men – they’re in second at the moment, only five points behind leaders Chelsea who are on 49 points. Liverpool maintain the third best away record until this stage in the season, with 6 wins, 3 draws and only 2 losses. So they could cause serious trouble for Man United’s defenders this weekend, but we’re nonetheless backing the hosts to capture the all-important three points and make their way up the table.

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Jose Mourinho seems to be finally settling into the club after a turbulent start to the 2016/17 campaign; Paul Pogba is gradually starting to show why the club shelled out a world record €105 million for him, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic – joined Man United from PSG as a free agent – has already proven to be a hit after scoring 13 times in 19 games of the English top flight (18 goals in 28 app, overall). We wouldn’t be surprised at all if the imposing Swede finds the back of the net on a few occasions this weekend.

Man United midfielder Juan Mata highlighted the positive changes that new boss Jose Mourinho has brought to Old Trafford since taking over from manager Louis van Gaal during last summer.

“In terms of results, this is the best I have known at Manchester United,” said the 28-year-old. “In terms of the confidence and the mentality we are showing, yes, it is also the best time since I have been here. He (Mourinho) has changed. It is a different environment, it is a different club and squad. You always play depending on the different players you have.”

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Mark-Antonio Zivic used to be a professional footballer that won a record six Champions League medals... but decided to quit the game in his prime, believing he was better than both Ronaldo and Messi. Now he spends his time brainstorming ideas for Betting Herald, before he ventures into Hollywood movies, rubbing shoulders with Daniel Day-Lewis and Sofia Vergara.

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