Why Wayne Rooney is sure to score for Man Utd against Wigan

The Tipster is backing Wayne Rooney to score and Manchester United to beat Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium on Wednesday

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Manchester United are in poll position to win this season’s Premier League title, and the Tipster is backing Wayne Rooney to edge the Red Devils closer to a record 20th top flight crown on Wednesday night.

Our man-in-the-know expects Rooney to inspire United to victory over Wigan Athletic and is backing plenty of goals as Manchester City take on West Bromich Albion at the Etihad Stadium.

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Rooney to score at any time against Wigan – 8/13

Rooney has scored 22 goals in 28 games this season and the England forward will be desperate to get on the score-sheet again as the Red Devils chase a 20th league title. The 26-year-old will also be on penalty duty should the opportunity arise, so Rooney to score at 8/13 looks great value in this one.
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Manchester United to beat Wigan Athletic – 2/5

The Red Devils have a 100 per cent record against Wigan in the Premier League. Sir Alex Ferguson’s side won the title at the DW Stadium in 2008 and United had a crucial win in 2009 when Michael Carrick scored a late strike. The reigning champions can all but retain their title with victory at Wigan and 2/5 is a more-than-solid bet.
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Over 2.5 goals in Man City v West Brom – 8/15

Manchester City dropped their first points at the Etihad Stadium in the league in a 3-3 draw with Sunderland. City’s games have certainly had no shortage of goals, with seven of their last eight finishing with over 2.5 goals. Roberto Mancini’s side need three points to stand any chance of denying United and over 2.5 goals looks an excellent bet at 8/15.
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Arsenal to beat Wolverhampton Wanderers – 2/5

Arsenal are the league’s in-form team – aside from Manchester United – winning eight of their last nine games. Arsène Wenger’s men will be eager to consolidate third place following Tottenham Hotspur’s slip-up on Monday night, while Wolves are a side in crisis and look to be heading back to the Championship. The Tipster is backing Arsenal to win at Molineux on Wednesday night at 2/5.
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The long shot: Theo Walcott to score first & Arsenal to win – 7/1

Theo Walcott’s resurgence over the past month has been quite remarkable. The Arsenal forward has managed to sway his detractors with two goals and an assist in his last five games. The 23-year-old to score first and the Gunners to win is the Tipster’s long-range effort for this edition at 7/1.
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