Odds correct at time of writing. For the latest, see ManUtd.com/bet.
The Barclays Premier League may currently be on the back burner, but there's still plenty of Manchester United interest from a betting perspective this weekend.
Punters with bwin accounts can show their faith in Reds on senior international duty by backing them to succeed in some key World Cup 2014 qualifying fixtures taking place on Friday and Saturday.
Moldova vs England
With Roy Hodgson set to stick to a 4-4-2, Danny Welbeck is the most likely starter of the United trio and he can be backed at 4/1 to score first or 11/10 to notch at any time. Tom Cleverley will be vying with Michael Carrick and Frank Lampard for a place and the former is available at 3/1 to grab his first international goal. Carrick is at 6/1.
Finland vs France
Didier Deschamps must decide whether to pick Patrice Evra or Gael Clichy at left-back in his first competitive match in charge of France, but Les Bleus are priced at 4/5 for a shut-out in Helsinki.
Holland vs Turkey
Fresh from his stunning hat-trick at St Mary’s, Robin van Persie is 11/4 to open the scoring against the Turks or 3/4 to notch at any time. Another treble (or better) for the Dutchman can be backed at 14/1.
Luxembourg vs Portugal
Wing wizard Nani will hope to play his part in a big win for Euro 2012 semi-finalists Portugal, who are 19/20 to beat Luxembourg by at least four goals.
Costa Rica vs Mexico
Striker Javier Hernandez has scored 25 goals in just 39 appearances for Mexico and will expect to add to that tally in Costa Rica. Mexico are 27/20 to be winning at half-time and