The Baggies have not beaten Manchester United since 1984 and the Reds will extend that dreadful record by toasting Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement with one last victory at the Hawthorns.
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David Moyes has never tasted victory with Everton at Stamford Bridge, Anfield, Old Trafford or the Emirates and that trend will continue in the final-day battle of the outgoing bosses.
As their stay in the top flight comes to an end, Harry Redknapp’s men will get no change from a pumped-up Liverpool in Jamie Carragher’s last ever game.
Neil Lennon’s men are on a terrible run on the road and with the Scottish Cup final looming, the Arabs could take full advantage at Tannadice.
With Christian Benteke suspended, Aston Villa’s forgotten man looks a great shout at 7/1 to break the deadlock, especially with double and treble winnings if he then notches a further one or two goals against the relegated Latics.