Norwich surprisingly rested their 3 best attacking players midweek which could be the first signs of Farke conceding relegation may be inevitable.
Manchester United on the other hand were all out attack against Sheff Utd in what was a very convincing performance, but with a big game coming Tuesday we may see a very different United side.
BTTS looks very likely to me, Norwich have scored at home in 9 of their 10 games v top half sides.
I’m happy chucking in the unders line on Norwich goal kicks too.
United should rotate heavily with the likes of Rashford, Martial, Pogba and Fernandes unlikely to start we should see a drop off in united shots, the likely replacements will be Lingard, Mata, Ighalo and Pereira who’s shot stats are far lower than those previously mentioned which should in turn reduce the chances of Norwich goal kicks.
I’m happy taking a smaller punt on Norwich getting something out of this game, they have already beat Manchester City and Leicester at home this season, as well as securing creditable 2-2 draws versus arsenal and spurs.
Given this game means a lot more for Norwich than it does for Man U then I think the 6/1 on offer is a price worth taking in what should be an entertaining affair.