Manchester United vs FC Copenhagen Betting
Manchester United didn’t impress against LASK Linz in the return leg of their knock out game with the Austrians, but with 5-0 from the first leg – and a 2-1 win in the end at Old Trafford, it was never a worry that Ole’s men would secure a spot in the final rounds which are now played in Germany. FC Copenhagen impressed more in their return leg with Turkish champions Basaksehir and turned a 0-1 loss in Turkey around to a 3-1 win in total after an impressive 3-0 win in Denmark.
10th August 2020 – 20:00
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Europa League is now entering the final stages, and all the eight teams in the quarter-finals have travelled to Germany where the playoff will be decided. Even though Manchester United is drawn as the home side here, the venue will be Rhein Energie Stadion in Cologne, which also is the stadium for the final a few days later.
Manchester United are favourites along with Inter to win the Europa League, and after an impressive re-start to the season after the break, it would be a fitting end to lift a trophy as well.
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Bruno Fernandes has been the main man in Manchester United since he joined in January and he is also top in the goalscoring charts of Europa League after impressive figures with Sporting as well during the group stage.
Bruno is allowed to play for Manchester United now, and even though Ole rotated a lot in the game against Linz, we expect him to field the strongest team possible when it’s now down to one-game-deciders from the quarter-final and on to the final.
You should all be having a look at Bruno Fernandes as goal scorer yet again especially since he’s now number one on penalties as well.
FC Copenhagen impressed a lot against Basaksehir, but we can’t see the Danes do anything that shakes the world here. Manchester United are both one and two numbers bigger and having been able to send players on short breaks and play the reserves (mostly) against Linz they will go into this with desire and hunger.
Our main pick for this is Manchester United to win (-2), which we feel very comfortable in backing.