Can Man United Stay On The Top 4?

Manchester United’s title aspirations about staying in the top 4 will be determined in their upcoming matches. The Louis Van Gaal side is gearing up for a good series of games after successfully beating Stoke City on 2nd February.                                                        

February is off to a good start for the Red Devils who are determined to win the EPL. Manchester United have improved their form and if they continue playing the way they played on 2nd February, they are likely to finish in the top four.

Before that, however, United’s playing style was not favoured by many punters. Their dismal performance in the field saw many fans call for the resignation of Van Gaal. Their performance saw a decline in best bookies offers to favour Man United.

Van Gaal’s Poor Decisions

Club manager Van Gaal continues to make baffling decisions. Making changes that not only make it hard for punters to rely on bookmakers football tips to predict a favourable outcome but decisions that make them yearn for his blood!

If Van Gaal continues to make the not so favourable decisions, a lot of people agree that there are pretty slim chances that the Red Devils will lift the Premier League Trophy come May. They are however optimistic that a top four position is a likely target.

The club’s indifferent game play this season has seen them rest at the fifth position with five points behind bitter rivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.

Despite the inconsistency of performances, there are who are still going for the best bookies offers to favour their beloved club as the tide seems to change in the club’s favour since their last match.

The Injured Greats

As much as the team is playing inexcusable football, manager Van Gaal is plagued by a long list of injuries from his best players. There are more than eight players of the first XI injured that would have helped the club do a bit better.

Legends such as Luke Shaw, Chris Smalling, Anthony Valencia, Jesse Lingard and Wayne Rooney have all been sidelined. Now Rooney is coming in as a substitute for the club until he fully recovers.

Thankfully, Rooney seems to be on the recovery path as it was seen during the 2nd Feb game against Stoke City where he overcame his injury and slow pace to net in a goal.

Rooney is also a few goals shy of matching the legendary Sir Bobby Charlton’s score record at the club. Many bettors are relying on bookmakers football tips to take a shot at Manchester United finishing the league in the top four position.

Spectators are now saying that players look tired more so in the attacking positions and it clear that there is a lack of depth in the squad.

Since Louis Mourinho is rumoured to be meeting with Club officials for a possible takeover, Van Gaal will be hard pressed to make his boys perform and, at least, finish somewhere in the top position if not win the EPL!