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Nottingham Forest vs Manchester United Predictions

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Manchester United and Both Teams To Score

Reason for tip

Manchester United will be seeking revenge after their Premier League defeat at Nottingham Forest in December and they have won all five of their away matches since that loss. Forest can score though, as they have netted in all seven of their home games since Nuno Espirito Santo’s arrival as manager.

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Manchester United 2-1

Reason for tip

Each of Manchester United’s last three games have finished 2-1, with back-to-back away wins at Aston Villa and Luton being followed by Saturday’s home loss to Fulham.  A fourth 2-1 scoreline on the trot could follow on Wednesday, with the Red Devils ultimately claiming the cup spoils.

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Nottingham Forest vs Manchester United Predictions

  • Nottingham Forest have scored in all seven of their home games under Nuno Espirito Santo
  • Manchester United have won five away games in a row
  • Both teams have scored in six of United’s last seven matches

United to gain City Ground revenge

Manchester United’s unbeaten start to 2024 was ended by Saturday’s 2-1 home defeat to Fulham, but Erik ten Hag’s side are on a five-match winning run away from home, scoring at least twice in all of those games.

The Red Devils have not tasted an away defeat since a 2-1 league loss at the City Ground against Forest in December, but they will expect to get their revenge this midweek given they had won 11 games in a row against the Tricky Trees prior to that result.

Forest have suffered home defeats to Arsenal and Newcastle over recent weeks, but they have scored in all seven of their home games since Nuno Espirito Santo’s appointment as manager.

Both teams to notch at the City Ground

Forest can certainly contribute to an entertaining game, especially when you consider both teams have scored in six of United’s last seven matches across all competitions.

2-1 has been a particularly familiar score for United of late, as their last three games have finished in that manner, with Saturday’s home loss to Fulham having been preceded by away victories by that scoreline against Aston Villa and Luton.

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