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Here are Tom Bowles' football tips for Manchester United v Bournemouth.

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Man Utd to win and both teams to score

United have won back-to-back matches under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and should claim another three points against a Bournemouth side that were beaten 5-0 at Spurs on Boxing Day to make it four successive away defeats in the Premier League.

But the Cherries should at least get on the scoresheet, as United conceded against both Cardiff and Huddersfield and are playing much more adventurously under their interim manager.

Marcus Rashford to score

While Rashford didn’t score against Huddersfield, he did deliver another impressive performance as United’s lone striker.

The 21-year-old has netted three goals in his last five appearances and, while two of those have come from outside the box, I fancy him to nick another here.

Paul Pogba to score

Pogba’s confidence has been restored after being given more freedom to play under Solskjaer. The Frenchman scored two excellent goals against Huddersfield on Boxing Day and also hit a venomous free-kick that looked goal-bound had it not clipped the top of the wall.

Jefferson Lerma to be booked

Lerma is on nine bookings for the season after receiving yellows in Bournemouth’s last two Premier League outings. Back the midfielder to complete the festive treble – and earn himself a two-match suspension in the process – at Old Trafford.

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