Manchester United will be up against Aston Villa in an early kickoff match staged at Old Trafford.Manchester United won their last match against Westham and will be looking to get another win.
This game looks like a sure bet for Manchester United.However that might not be the case.Not because Manchester United has injury issues,No! It's all about the early Kick-off "heartbreak"
In recent premier league history, going back to even last season,we have always seen big teams lose their matches whenever it starts the earliest.Mostly are the 14:30 pm matches.
Recently Tottenham got a shocking 3:0 beating from Crystal Palace who were at home.Arsenal has also suffered in the early Kick-off matches and even Chelsea last season when they were playing against Westbrom.They went on to be hammered 5:2 by the Hawthons.That was an early Kick-off.
It also doesn't necessarily mean that a big team has to get poor results in an early Kick-off, No! Sometimes they win.But history is history, and history repeats itself...Now you know.Thoughts?
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