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Manchester United comes into this match with a massive amount of pressure on its shoulders. The honeymoon period after adding Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane, and Jadon Sancho is over. These are major additions that require results coming their way now. With three losses in their previous four matches, it is going to be imperative that Manchester United returns to winning ways otherwise Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will find this season to be his last.
Villareal has been going through a bit of a tough patch as well. It has drawn four out of its previous five matches and while staying unbeaten is a good thing, the lack of wins is something that will be playing on its mind as well.
Match prediction and football betting tips for Manchester United vs Villareal UEFA Champions League 2021-22. The match is going to be played at Old Trafford, Manchester on the 29th of September 2021.
The betting odds that are available for a Draw are quite fantastic for this match. Manchester United has shown a stunning lack of strategy even after having some of the best players on the planet. Its three losses have not come to big clubs but to Young Boys, West Ham, and Aston Villa. We are wary of backing them for a win right here. Yes, they are playing at home but that has not been its forte in the past few matches either. Villareal is a well-organized team with a solid defense and the capability to spring the counter-attack.
Bet on the Draw.
None of the previous five matches between Manchester United and Villareal have seen over 2.5 goals being scored. In fact, four of them have been 0-0 draws. The style of play that Villareal has shown this season has been quite conservative and based around keeping a tight defense. Their goal-scoring abilities are not poor but they are not likely to go on a goal-scoring spree. Manchester United is also low on confidence and we think if it does get a lead, it will look to protect it rather than take more risks.