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Soccer Betting: Rooney could miss match against Hull City
By Andrew Scott Wednesday, 21 May 2014 09:38
Wayne Rooney could end up missing Manchester United’s final home game of the season against Hull City due to injury and illness, and soccer betting fans all over the world wonder how the team will perform without the player.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that Ryan Giggs’ top scorer, who’s a big favourite with soccer betting fans. sat out on Saturday’s 1-0 loss against Sunderland as he was set back by a hamstring problem as well as a sickness bug.
On the eve of the Premier League clash with Steve Bruce’s side on Tuesday, United interim manager Giggs said that the England striker could have played at Old Trafford his last game of the campaign, and pay per head sportsbooks could see that many fans that bet soccer were disappointed that he didn’t make it.
Soccer betting fans found out that on Monday, the former Wales international told MUTV: “Wayne is probably struggling for the game.
“He’s not quite recovered. We’ll continue to monitor him.”
Giggs, who is thinking about selecting himself to for the game against Hull City, also said that Jonny Evans is not set to feature in the season’s last two matches due to a calf injury, leaving many soccer betting fans very concerned.
But pice per head services found out that there are better news on fellow defender Rafael da Silva, who is expected to return to contention to take on the FA Cup finalists and Southampton on the last day, and soccer betting fans would like to see him make it.
Giggs said: “Rafa has trained in the last few days and looks good.
“He could be involved in the remaining two games.”
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Pay per head sportsbooks know that United are still able to move up to sixth place – and qualification in the UEFA Europa League – if they are able to win both games and Tottenham lose on Sunday to Aston Villa, and fans all over the world that bet soccer can’t wait to see what will ultimately happen.