CRYSTAL PALACE have made the worst start in Premier League history and today travel to a Man United side who haven't began better for years.
That means there can only be one result when the sides meet at Old Trafford – and that's a big home win.
Frank de Boer and Roy Hodgson have guided Palace to six defeats out of six and no goals. That's never been achieved before.
The Eagles were blown off course 5-0 at Man City last week and could suffer a similar loss against Jose Mourinho's confident troops.
United are behind City on goal difference after dropping just two points and the midweek Champions League 4-1 win at CSKA Moscow was impressive.
Everyone's beaten Palace to nil and a seventh in a row pays no bigger than 4-6 at McBookie. United have won 10 on the bounce at home to Hodgson's boys and kept a clean sheet in nine of them.
How Palace would love a Romelu Lukaku. They have a cheaper version in Christian Benteke but he's injured.
Lukaka hit two in Russia to take his tally to 14 in 11 games. He's only failed to score once for his new club against Leicester and his prices reflect that.
The Belgian striker is 4-7 at Betway to net and 21-10 with McBookie to bag the opener.
United will want three points on board ahead of tonight's meeting between Chelsea and Man City.
Both sides notched Champions League wins in midweek but Chelsea's 2-1 win at Atletico Madrid was much more impressive.
Antonio Conte's side hit top form and I can't see them losing to a side they did the double over last season. In fact in seven games against the Blues Pep Guardiola is yet to win.
Alvaro Morata hasn't been as prolific as Lukaku but is beginning to motor after a hat-trick last week followed by another in Spain. He is 23-17 at Unibet to score.
City will miss Sergio Aguero who broke a rib in a car crash in Amsterdam and faces several weeks out. Big-money signing Benjamin Mendy has been ruled out for the season and that's another setback..
Leicester have faced a tough start with matches against Chelsea and Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United – losing them all.
Jamie Vardy's missed penalty cost them a thrilling draw with Liverpool and they also played well against Chelsea and Arsenal.
They would have been relieved to see it's Bournemouth up next and Eddie Howe's side only have Palace below them.
The Cherries have over-achieved in the past two seasons and are already fighting a relegation battle.
Leicester remain full of goals and while their away form isn't great they should win at 17-10 with McBookie.
In the Championship Preston let me down last week but won at Hull in midweek and I'm backing them to see off a sorry Sunderland who have conceded 10 in three to fall into the drop zone.
Sunderland were rank rotten as they were gubbed 5-2 by Ipswich and Preston look value at 10-11 with McBookie,
Aston Villa will be on many accumulators although their price has dropped for the visit to rock-bottom Bolton who have two points from 10 games.
In League One take Blackburn at 2-5 with Coral home to Gillingham and best bets in League Two are Accrington at 11-10 with betfair at basement boys Forest Green.
Leaders Notts County, whose 3-0 win at Exeter in midweek was superb, are 13-5 with bet365 for the short hop to Mansfield. Steve Evans's men are unbeaten at home but County can avoid defeat and are 7-5 with Unibet on the draw no bet market.
- Man United -2
- Lukaku to score first
- Chelsea draw no bet
- Aston Villa -1
- Notts County dnb