Manchester United vs Real Betis Bet Builder: Red Devils can bounce back but no clean sheet

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We can expect a spirited response from Erik ten Hag's team, who now face Spanish opposition for the second straight round after their memorable victory over Barcelona to reach the last 16.

Leg 1: Manchester United to win

Leg 2: Both Teams To Score - Yes

Leg 3: Over 3 Cards

Leg 4: Over 8 Corners

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Leg 1: Manchester United to win

First things first, Manchester United have not turned into a bad team overnight, and just one week prior to the Red Devils' 7-0 hammering at the hands of Liverpool, Erik ten Hag's side won the EFL Cup final against Newcastle United. They also drew 2-2 away at Barcelona before claiming a 2-1 comeback win against the same team to reach this stage of the Europa League.

They should be able to assert their home advantage against a Betis side who should be wary of the wounded animal, with the Spanish side having been outplayed by Real Madrid last weekend, when they survived a VAR-disallowed goal to scrape a goalless draw.

Leg 2: Both Teams To Score - Yes

We can always be confident that Manchester United will find the net at Old Trafford and they managed to score two goals both home and away against Barcelona.

They will clash with opponents who also favour an attacking approach, and it's worth noting that Betis have claimed 3-2 away wins at both Almeria and Elche in their previous two road games.

Leg 3: Over 3 cards

Betis were involved in a fairly fractious clash against Real Madrid in a match which saw seven yellow cards, so we might expect Manuel Pellegrini's side to pick up a few cautions at Old Trafford.

The same applies to a Red Devils team who are going to be all guns blazing from the start, with the manager's stern words ringing in their ears following their hammering at Anfield.

Leg 4: Over 8 corners

There is generally a large number of corners awarded in games at Old Trafford- a big anomaly being the meagre three when United hosted Barcelona, but we're usually into double figures when United play at home.

With both teams likely to play on the front foot, we would expect the figure of eight to be surpassed, in light of the fact that United forced eight corners of their own in their recent FA Cup clash against West Ham.

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