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Andy Gray: Backing Manchester City and Manchester United will make it a Super Sunday

He may be living it up in the UAE, but we asked Andy Gray to put down the sunscreen and pina coloda and tell us what he thinks about this weekend's Premier League action. And that's what he did. Extensively. Thankfully, we listened through the tapes and here are the key points on what he thinks will happen this Saturday.

by Aidan Elder | November 24, 2013

Andy came up trumps by providing a solid 7/2 treble yesterday and he wants to endear himself to you even further by providing more winners today:

Manchester City v Tottenham

Sunday 1.30pm, Etihad Stadium

It’s a home game, so you think City would be fine, but it’s an away game for Spurs and they seem to like them

Key points

  • Andre Villas-Boas still doesn’t know his best Spurs team.
  • Spurs are goal-shy and it’s the defence that’s seeing them through at the moment
  • City have the firepower to really rip into Spurs from the start

Andy’s bets
Manchester City 2-0 – DESKTOP | MOBILE
Sergio Aguero First Goalscorer – DESKTOP | MOBILE

MBS Aguero last v Spurs banner

Cardiff v Manchester United

Sunday 4pm, Cardiff City Stadium

 United’s mini-renaissance will face a tough examination at Cardiff 

 Key points

  • United still aren’t playing well, but they have found that winning habit
  • Cardiff aren’t the prettiest team, but they’ll give anyone a tough game at home
  • It may well be a scrappy game, but United have the class to prevail

Andy’s bets
Manchester United 2-0 – DESKTOP | MOBILE
Robin van Persie First Goalscorer – DESKTOP | MOBILE


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