Europa League Finals: Manchester United Likely to Win
Date Posted: May 18, 2017
Bitcoin sportsbooks have the latest Europa League finals Bitcoin odds for Manchester United and AFC Ajax. Bettors should start placing their bets on football Bitcoin betting as the final match will take place on May 25 in Stockholm.
The sportsbook odds favor Manchester United and this only adds more pressure for the team to snatch the cup this season. The team will need to win the match next week in order to get a spot in the final four for the UEFA Champions League.
The slot for the Champions League is riding on next week’s match for United as the winner of the Europa League advances to the minimum level in the playoffs.
The team’s finance is also what is at stake for next week’s match. Losing a spot in the Champions League could make the team miss out on a deal with Adidas worth £21 million. There is also the opportunity for an increase in revenue in returning to the Europa League.
Bookies are not banking on United’s hunger for the Champions League. Instead, they give the team better odds due to the players’ experiences. United has a solid defense play and by-the-book manager. Ajax could have a hard time breaking down Manchester United’s wall.
Defense is just half of the game for United. The team has the capabilities to get a score out of Ajax. Even Marcus Rashford is becoming quite an asset for United as he has shown in the previous games. Rashford has gone through much improvement in just this season alone. Rashford, Rooney, Mata, Mkhitaryan, and Martial are quite a threat already. Add in Paul Pogba to the mix and it just shows why a Bitcoin sportsbook chooses Manchester United over Ajax.
Meanwhile, DirectBet gives Ajax 3.9 odds to win the finals while BetEast has the team at 4.53. While Ajax is no stranger to the league finals, the athletes playing next week’s match are not the same ones as the players in the Champions League back in 1995. Ajax is composed of mostly younger players.
Despite the odds, Ajax can still be a threat to Manchester United. What the team lacks in experience, it makes up for relentless attacks and progressive sides. Ajax also has a competent rearguard that might stand a chance against United’s goal scorers. With Zlatan Ibrahimović out of the picture for next week’s match, it could be anyone’s game in the upcoming finals match.