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Manchester United to win to nil, Marcus Rashford to score and under 2.5 goals at 9/1
Manchester United to win to nil - Jose Mourinho won't be able to call on the impressive Eric Bailly in the heart of his defence again but that should not be a huge issue against a team that has managed just one goal in the competition. United boast eight clean sheets from 10 Premier League/Champions League fixtures this season and kept Liverpool at arm's length for much of last weekend's clash with the outstanding David De Gea sharp as razor too when called into action.
Marcus Rashford to score - The England striker picked up a little issue while away with Gareth Southgate's World Cup qualifiers and it was enough for Mourinho to take a circumspect approach and leave him on the bench for last Saturday's game at Anfield. The break will have freshened him up if nothing else and his pace against a team that has already leaked seven goals should see an opportunity or two go his way when restored to the starting XI.
Under 2.5 goals - This is a busy spell of the campaign and looks a classic case of Mourinho setting up his side to get the job done and head home from Portugal with all three points. There is always a chance the hosts could capitulate and United rattle up a cricket score but football management's ultimate schemer will be just as happy to see off this rival with the minimum of fuss.
Posted at 1015 BST on 18/10/17.