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Premier League football tips for Sheffield United v Bournemouth

07 Feb | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Premier League football tips for Sheffield United v Bournemouth

Jack Green's football tips for Sunday's Premier League game at Bramall Lane cover the result, goals, cards and corners.

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Here are five football tips Jack Green thinks you should consider for Sheffield United v Bournemouth on Sunday.

Sheffield United to win to nil {ODDS:526438488:6/4}

Sheffield United have won their last two matches 2-0 and 1-0, while Bournemouth have lost six of their last seven away matches.

The Cherries have only scored one goal across their last five away trips, so United should keep them out on Sunday.

Under 2.5 goals {ODDS:526438293:8/13}

Bournemouth can’t score away from home and Sheffield United don’t score many anywhere.

Ten of the Blades’ last 11 matches in all competitions have seen fewer than three goals, with the only exception being a 2-1 home win over National League strugglers Fylde in the FA Cup.

Billy Sharp to score {ODDS:531684895:9/5}

Sharp has started Sheffield United’s last three matches and looks likely to get the nod again this weekend.

The Englishman has only scored once all season, but that was in the return fixture against Bournemouth and he can repeat the feat at Bramall Lane.

Over 5.5 Sheffield United corners {ODDS:532490301:3/8}

Sheffield United have taken at least six corners in 10 of their last 12 home matches.

Expect another high tally against a Bournemouth side who have conceded an average of 6.5 corners per game in the Premier League, the fourth-most of any team.

Sheffield United to have the most cards {ODDS:526438618:8/5}

The Blades have picked up 49 yellow cards and one red this season, while Bournemouth have had 48 bookings and three players sent off.

With booking king Jefferson Lerma missing Sunday’s game through suspension (obviously), there’s a good chance Bournemouth will be the better-behaved side.

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