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Manchester City v AC Milan Betting Preview

The reigning Premier League champions are out at the International Champions Cup along with Man Utd and Liverpool as well. This is an eight team tournament held across North America and a it is a great chance to step up the level of competitive action ahead of the new season. They take on the fallen giants of Italian football that is AC Milan and the Citizens could get a reunion with Mario Balotelli.

Manchester City v AC Milan Betting Tips

Manuel Pellegrini’s men will turn to some semi competitive action ahead of their Premier League title defence. They take on AC Milan in Group A of the International Champions Cup, before having to face Olympiakos and Liverpool in the round robin group. The winner of the two groups will face in the Championship match. City have been relatively quiet in the summer transfer market although they have been linked with just about everybody under the sun. Their next competitive match is the FA Community Shield on August 10th, which isn’t too far away, so this will be a good warm up for them.

They were dealt a blow with Alvaro Negredo picking up a broken foot injury which could keep him out of action for a couple of months. It is going to leave John Guidetti and Stevan Jovetic their best options in the anytime goalscorer market, as Sergio Aguero isn’t likely to be in action for this one after his struggles for fitness at the World Cup. Jovetic is a good option at a price of 2/1, and if anything this tournament will serve as a good indicator to Pellegrini, just who he can trust as back up strikers ahead of the long season.

AC Milan only finished down in seventh in Serie A last season and apparently they are open to offers for star player Mario Balotelli. They could use the cash injection truthfully. The two sides have only faced off against each other once before and that was in the 1978 UEFA Cup, which City won 5-2 on aggregate. Tough to read this one because the Citizens are short of the main strike force and of course it is still pre-season so there is going to be a bit of a lack of match sharpness. The Italians aren’t anything to be worried about though, and would expect the game to go under 2.5 goals in the tournament opener for both.

Manchester City v AC Milan Betting Odds

Man City 5/6, Draw 13/5, AC Milan 16/5

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Manchester City v AC Milan Predictions

It is pre-season so there are some good odds around. City are the better team of the two, there’s little question about that, so there is enough value at a price of 5/6 with Paddy Power on them to get out of this one with a win.

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23rd July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Football Betting

Where will Ross Barkley start the new Premier League season? The big clubs in the hunt for the Premier League title have all been pretty busy spending the cash already and online betting site Coral have taken a look at reigning champions Manchester City to see how they will respond to the big cash which has been splashed around so far from the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea.

Coral have slapped a price of 2/1 that Everton midfielder Ross Barkley will start the season with Man City and are also offering 6/4 on Radamel Falcao being at the Etihad before the close of the summer transfer window. Online betting site Paddy Power have put Manchester City at 6/4 to be Barkley’s next club (with no set time-frame), while Manchester United are 3/1 and Chelsea are 4/1 to land the young England starlet.

Manchester City so far have completed deals for goalkeeper Willy, right-back Bacary Sagna and midfielder Fernando, and they are reported to be closing in on Porto’s French centre-back Eliaquim Mangala.

 


20th July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Premier League Betting

Manchester City v West Ham Betting Preview
It is all in their own control now. The citizens only need to avoid defeat in this one to be crowned the kings of England for the second time in three years. The stats all point to there being little drama on championship Sunday and it should be party time at the Etihad.

Manchester City v West Ham Betting Odds at online bookmaker Paddy Power
Man City 1/8, Draw 8/1, West Ham 14/1

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Manchester City v West Ham Betting Tips:
The Citizens have won their last four on the bounce. It has been good enough form, combined with Liverpool throwing away points, to put them in touching distance of the Premier League title. They head to the weekend with a two point lead over Liverpool, and because of a far superior goal difference to that of the Reds, Manuel Pellegrini’s men can get out of this one with a draw and still be crowned champions. They reached the 100 goals for the season mark during the week in a 4-0 home win over Aston Villa. Edin Dzeko was the man again, netting another brace. He is looking great value 8/11 in the anytime goalscorer market, especially with Sergio Aguero an injury doubt. Dzeko has really stepped up to be the man in their title chase, and Man City should have enough to open up the Hammers defence, there’s enough depth to get this done.

The stats, as mentioned, heavily favour Man City, who have lost just one of their last 13 matches in the Premier League against West Ham (W9 D3). Not only that, the Citizens have only lost two of their 25 on home turf against the Hammers. So even if you took the importance of the league title off this game, then punters would still be flocking to back City for a comfortable win in this fixture. Interestingly, of the six games that Man City have lost in the league this season, four of them have happened on a Sunday. Is there likely to be another Sunday twist to give Liverpool hope? Probably not. No one has won more home points (49) than Man City have this season and they are unbeaten in their last six at the Etihad. Back on April 13th, when City lost at Anfield and followed that up with a draw at the Etihad against Sunderland, Man City looked second best in the title race. But it has all swung back in their favour, and with having scored three or more goals in three of their last four matches, it should all turn out rosy for Pellegrini’s men.

Are West Ham likely to offer much in this one? They aren’t in great form, certainly not good enough to suggest that they will cause an upset at the Etihad. The Hammers have taken four defeats in their last five league games, a four match losing streak being snapped last weekend with a home win over Tottenham. Goals have been hard to come by for the Londoners having only netted four in their last five games, and on the road they have averaged just 0.8 per game. West Ham have only put four away wins on the board all season, and away from Upton Park they have lost four of their last five. Andy Carroll has a decent record against City, having scored 5 Premier LEague goals against them. He is trading at a price of 5/1 in the anytime goalscorer market, West Ham’s shortest priced option. Says a lot about their chances. With only two wins and 20 defeats in their last 25 visits to the Citizens, the Londoners aren’t going to have a lot of backing.

Prediction
It should be all City. West Ham aren’t carrying the form to trouble them. They took a while to break down Villa in the week and that may happen again against the Hammers. They should get there in the end though and as there is no value in the outright market so back them to win to nil for a decent price of even money.

Form (all competitions)
Man City LDWWWW, West Ham WLLLLW

Stat Attack
City have lost one of their last 13 EPL meetings with West Ham
The Hammers have won two of their last 25 away games at City
Four of City’s six losses this season have happened on a Sunday
West Ham have won one point in their seven matches against the current top four


8th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

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Online betting site Paddy Power have a promotion running for Manchester City v Aston Villa betting on Wednesday night. This is going to be City’s chance to climb back to the top of the pile and put themselves fully in the driving seat to land the title on the final day of the season. Liverpool’s defensive collapse at Selhurst Park against Crystal Palace on Monday night, has given City a huge advantage now.

They only need to take four points from their remaining two games, which are both at home against Aston Villa and then West Ham on championship Sunday. Three points against the Villains will see them have one hand firmly on the title.

Edin Dzeko netted himself a brace for the Citizens as Manuel Pellegrini’s men came through what would appear to be their last big test of the season, a 3-2 win away at Everton. The big man has been weighing in with some important goals as City have kept themselves in the title hunt and he is the focus of attention in a money back special offer from Paddy Power.

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7th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Premier League Betting

Man City v Aston Villa Betting Preview
Well, the Citizens are doing what they have to do, put wins on the board. They haven’t been spectacular in doing so lately, but a title is on the line, so pragmatism may well win the day over style. After a big 3-2 win over Everton on the weekend, another three points in midweek would set them up for the final day of the season. Villa’s away form doesn’t suggest that they are going to spoil their party.

Man City v Aston Villa Betting Odds at online bookmaker Betfair
Man City 1/9, Draw 9/1, Aston Villa 14/1

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Man City v Aston Villa Betting Tips:
The math is simple for the Citizens. Win the last two games of the season, both of them at the Etihad. That’s it. Their big final test looks to have been that trip to Goodison on the weekend, and after falling behind, City did ever so well in working their way back into the game. They didn’t panic when the Toffees pulled it back to 3-2 either. So that result saw the citizens finish the weekend at the top of the table and now the fate of their title ambitions firmly rest in their own hands. Sergio Aguero limped off from Goodison after scoring City’s equaliser at 1-1, but there are reports that he is confident that his groin strain isn’t going to keep him out of the end of season run-in. Aguero is 1/2 in the anytime goalscorer market against Villa, while Edin dzeko, who netted  brace at Goodison, is trading at 8/13. Could be worth watching for Samir Nasri too, as the Frenchman has scored or assisted a goal in six of his last nine matches in the Premier League.

The Citizens have only dropped five points at home all season in a W15 D1 L1 record. Just the once they have failed to find the back of the net on home soil in the league, that being in their 1-0 defeat against Chelsea back in early February. Over all in the Premier League, the Citizens have only lost one of their last twelve matches played, that 3-2 loss at Anfield in mid April, which looked to have put them out of the title picture. But how things have turned around since then. Would shoot for over 2.5 goals in this one for a price of 1/3, as City have averaged three goals per game at the Etihad and their last four there have all gone over. City have scored 57 goals at home this season and that is more that Villa have managed in total all season (39). They should have the firepower to get the three points in the bag, but they did lose at Villa Park back in September. However, with City on a six match winning streak at home against Villa in all competition, and having scored three or more goals in each of their last four league games at home against the Midlands club, would look for a good win at home.

Especially considering that Villa have lost 10 of their last eleven Premier League matches away at Manchester City (W1). Villa have secured their place in the Premier League next season, having a six match winless snapped with a 3-1 home win over Hull. While they will have been relieved with that, it has been their only win in their last seven matches in the Premier League. They have lost their last three away games though, and two of those were defeats by a 4-1 scoreline at Manchester United and Swansea. Their overall away record for the season reads W4 D5 L8. In their last seven games outside of Villa Park, the Villains have only managed to pick up the two points. There is little consistency there from them and with such a poor record away at Man City, it’s probably a good job that they got those three points in the bag on the weekend. Villa need three points from their last two game to match last season’s total of 41 points.

Prediction
Tough to see anything other than a home win in this one, and at the end of the day it should be a pretty comfortable one too. City have recently experienced what it takes to close things out in a title winning season. They are doing what they have to do and would probably push on for a City to win to nil bet for a price of 4/5 at Betfair.

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Form (all competitions)
Man City WLDWWW, Aston Villa LLLDLW

Stat Attack
City have won 10 of their last eleven home games against Villa in the Premier League
Villa have taken just two points from their last seven away games
The Citizens are within four goals of a 100+ goal season
Six of Villa’s last seven goals in the league have come in the first half of games


5th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Manchester City - David Silva

Everton v Manchester City Betting Preview
This should be the big title decider for Manchester City. If they keep winning their games then they’ll get their hands on the league title. But this is not an easy looking game for them, not with their track record in the Premier League against Everton. Can Manuel Pellegrini’s men take control of the title race? Everton are carrying good enough home form to disrupt them.

Everton v Manchester City Betting Odds at online bookmaker Paddy Power
Man City 8/11, Draw 14/5, Everton 7/2

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Everton v Manchester City Betting Tips:
With two defeats in their last three matches, Everton’s dreams of playing in the Champions League next season look to have passed them by. The start the weekend four points back of fourth placed Arsenal, and needing some major help. Roberto Martinez’s men fell to a shock 2-0 defeat at Southampton last weekend, the Toffees giving away goals and pretty much handing fourth place to the Gunners. But they have been such a fantastically strong home side this season, that they will present a massive challenge to City. Granted, there was that surprise 3-2 defeat on home turf by Crystal Palace recently, but has been their only blip, having won eight of their last nine home league games. Everton have posted a W13 D3 L2 record at Goodison this season and they have netted two or more goals in each of their last five at home.

Dynamic, positive and thoroughly exciting, the Toffees can look for confidence from their own record against the Citizens. Everton have won nine of their last 13 Premier League matches against Man City, and the Toffees are on a four match winning streak at home against them. That is impressive stats and means that Everton shouldn’t be written off here. Romelu Lukaku us trading at 2/1, the shortest priced option in the anytime goalscorer market for the Toffees, with Steven Naismith at 3/1. The Toffees lost 3-1 earlier in the season at the Etihad, but should give City a big run for their money here. In the back of their mind will still be that outside hope of Arsenal screwing up in their last two matches, so that they could sneak fourth. That aside though, they are a good enough, strong enough and smart enough side to completely derail Manchester City’s title hopes here.

Manchester City have won just one of their last fifteen visits to Goodison Park in the league (D4 L10). Having to therefore face a bit of a bogey side in a must win match, is just about the worst draw that they could have gotten at this stage of the season. So much pressure is riding on this game. But of course, they do have firepower with Sergio Aguero trading as even money favourite in the anytime goalscorer market, with Edin Dzeko at 5/4, and Alvaro Negredo and Yaya Toure both at 7/4. Even though the prize of three points is massive for City, and it is going to be tense, one thing that this match does have the look of, his goals. Going over 2.5 goals is trading at 8/15 with Paddy Power. City have won their last two league games against West Brom and Crystal Palace, but they are looking decidedly pragmatic in grinding out results, rather than the powerful, ruthless attacking unit that they can be. In their last six away games they have posted a W3 D1 L2 record, keeping four clean sheets in that run.

Prediction
City pretty much have to leave everything on the pitch here. Defensively they have been giving up goals, with just one clean sheet in their last six Premier League matches. Everton need no second invitation to stick the ball in the back of the net, and with their fantastic home record against City, and Everton/Draw Double Chance bet is fantastic value at Even money.

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Form (all competitions)
Everton WWWLWL, Man City DWLDWW

Stat Attack
Everton have won nine of their last 13 league games against City
Man City have lost their last four league games at Goodison Park
The Citizens have only managed one win in their last 15 at Goodison
Everton have won eight of their last nine home games (L1)


1st May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Crystal Palace v Manchester City Betting Preview
Can the Premier League’s second most in-form team keep up their winning streak? We are talking about the Eagles here, as they are looking for their sixth win on the bounce. It is City who are more desperate for the win though as they will hoping for favours from Chelsea this weekend.

Crystal Palace v Manchester City Betting Odds at online bookmaker Betfair
Man City 4/8, Draw 7/2, Crystal Palace 6/1

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Crystal Palace v Manchester City Betting Tips:
The Eagles have done a remarkable job of pulling themselves up to mid table safety. Tony Pulis has turned things around at the club remarkably well, and they are on a hot streak. They have won their last five and have kept clean sheets in four of those. Under Tony Pulis, the Eagles have only conceded 20 goals in 23 matches, and only Chelsea have conceded fewer in that same period. Palace are battling well, scrapping for everything and are playing with great pride. Palace have won their last two home games, both by a 1-0 scoreline, including that well-deserved win over Chelsea. However, the Eagles have not managed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last 11 league meetings with Manchester City. But that hasn’t spelled out great disaster, because the Eagles have only lost two of their last 11 at Selhurst Park in the league against the Citizens.

You don’t expect the Eagles to run up big goals, as they have claimed 27 points from just 16 goals in the calendar year. Jason Puncheon has been in great form and is trading at a price of 4/1 in the anytime goalscorer market. You can expect them to put up a great battle here and not give the Citizens an easy afternoon. Going over 2.5 goals, because Palace are playing brave football at the moment will return a shot of 4/6. Man City’s last visit to Selhurst Park in the Premier League resulted in a 2-1 win for the visitors back in 2004. It was a single goal from Edin Dzeko at the Etihad which gave Manuel Pellegrini’s men three points against the Eagles earlier in the season. Palace ruined Chelsea’s title dreams. Can they do the same to the Citizens?

Man City will be hoping for a win here and for Chelsea to beat Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday. That will keep them in the title picture. But having won only two of their last 11 trips to Place, it is no certainty. City have been stuttering a bit on the road, having taken just eight points from their last five road games. That was after picking up twelve from the previous four. They have scored freely in the capital, as their last six visits to London have produced 25 goals. Top options in the anytime goalscorer market are Sergio Aguero at 4/6, with Edin Dzeko and Alvaro Negredo at even money. City’s last road win was their 3-0 victory at Old Trafford on March 25th, a draw at Arsenal and a loss at Liverpool followed that. There’s a visit to Goodison after this one for the Citizens so need to get back on track.

Prediction
Even though Palace are going so well at the moment and deserving of their place in the top flight next season, they have had troubles keeping City off the scoresheet. Palace have only won their last two home matches 1-0, so would expect City to threaten that with more goals and would back an away win.

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Form (all competitions)
Crystal Palace LWWWWW, Man City WDWLDW

Stat Attack
The Eagles are without a clean sheet in any of their last 11 league meetings with CIty
The Citizens have won two of their last 11 league meetings at Selhurst Park
Palace have taken 27 points from just 16 goals scored in 2014
City have claimed just eight points from their last five away games

 


24th April 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Man City v West Brom Betting Preview
The Citizens have gone off the boil at the wrong time of the season and saw their Premier League title dreams slip through their fingers in a home draw against Sunderland in the week. The Baggies, still with a game in hand over almost everyone beneath them, still have to be a bit concerned about relegation.

Man City v West Brom Betting Odds at online bookmaker Boylesports
Man City 2/9, Draw 6/1, West Brom 11/1

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Man City v West Brom Betting Tips:
This should be a winnable home game for the Citizens, but they were expected to do the number on Sunderland during the week. That didn’t happen. So now they are realistically out of the title picture, so will just have to push towards confirming a top three finish and prepare for next season. They start this one as favourites as they have only lost the one home game this term and have netted at an average of 3.4 goals per game at the Etihad. Pretty immense and they have only conceded 0.75 per game too. Top stats all around. As 75% of their home games have gone over 2.5 goals this season, would shoot for that at a price of 1/3 there. City pretty much have nothing left to play for now so they will probably relax into this one.

Sergio Aguero has netted three goals in four EPL games against West Brom. Aguero is trading at a price of 1/2 in the anytime goalscorer market, with Alvaro Negredo and Edin Dzeko both at 4/5. The Citizens have only won one of their last four Premier League matches, but will be expected to land three points here. The last time that they went two Premier League home games without a win was back in December of 2012. They have only failed to score in one of their last 66 Premier League home games and in that run, they have netted 177 times. Something has happened to their defence though as they have conceded seven goals in their last four league matches and that was after posting five clean sheets on the bounce prior to that.

But are the Baggies strong enough to capitalize on any weakness at the back from City? The Baggies have only won one of their last four, like City have. They definitely haven’t been a good away side this term as they have won just three times on the road, but two of those wins have come in their last three games outside of the Hawthorns. The Baggies are unbeaten in their last three and have continued their penchant for drawing matches. Two of their last three games have ended in 3-3 draws which doesn’t say much about their defence. They blew a 3-0 lead at home against Tottenham last weekend. City should be able to punish them therefore. They have only taken away two points from six previous Premier League matches at the Etihad so certainly are not any bankers there to grab a win. Even though they have a game in hand, they aren’t out of the relegation weeds just yet.

Prediction
Should be a fairly routine home win, especially after the Citizens slipped up at home during the week. You have to imagine that there will be a response from them there. City won 3-2 at the Hawthorns earlier in the season and would expect them to do the double. May be worth pushing the boat out to over 3.5 goals for a price of 5/6

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Form (all competitions)
Man City WWDWLD, West Brom LWLDWD

Stat Attack
Sergio Aguero has 3 goals in 4 EPL games against the Baggies
West Brom have taken a D2 L4 record from six Premier League visits to the Etihad
WBA have taken six points from their last three away games in the league
City have conceded seven goals in their last four games


19th April 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Betfair

There is a big promotion running for your Liverpool v Man City betting at online betting site Betfair. The bookie is offering their Cashback Extra promotion on the game, so once again it means your cashback, your call.

This great offer allows customers to pick their own cash back refund trigger, so you are not going to be boxed into just the one that the bookmaker sets. You can make your own decisions as to what insurance policy you are going to best served with in the match on Sunday.

What a massive match it is as well, with the Premier League title on the line. A win for the Reds at Anfield should just about seal the deal in terms of the title heading to them, but if Brendan Rodgers’ men fail to win, then the door will still be wide open for Man City and even at a stretch, Chelsea.

Head to online betting site Betfair and pick your own personal cash back refund trigger from the list

• Goal in the first 10 minutes

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If your refund trigger does get activated in the game (90 minutes plus injury time) then Betfair will refund your first bet placed before kick on the First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer or Anytime Goalscorer markets. So plenty of great coverage available for your Liverpool v Man City betting and the maximum refund is up to £25 per customer.


12th April 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Joe Hart (England)

Liverpool v Manchester City Betting Preview
Here it is then frankly, Liverpool’s chance to put one hand firmly on the league title. They entertain their biggest threat to topping the league at Anfield on Sunday, as Manchester City will be hoping to close the gap on the Reds and take over favouritism themselves. Liverpool hold a four point advantage going into the game, but City still have two games in hand. Lose this, and City could be chasing shadows.

Liverpool v Manchester City Betting Odds at online bookmaker Paddy Power
Liverpool 7/5, Man City 15/8, Draw 13/5

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Liverpool v Manchester City Betting Tips:
Can Liverpool build on to what they have in their hands? The Reds are now running on a fourteen match unbeaten streak, and a nine match winning streak in the top flight. Hard to argue with that, and last Sunday they kept the form going with a gritty win at West Ham, courtesy of two penalty kicks from Steven Gerrard. The Reds do have some form here as they have won all four home meetings with other members of the top seven this season. In those four matches they have scored 14 and conceded just the one. Big form, but they will be looking to get some revenge for a 2-1 defeat they suffered at the Etihad against Man City on Boxing Day last year. A victory here and it is hard to see the Reds letting the title slip. Can they handle the pressure and deliver?

They of course have the in-form Luis Suarez at 6/4 in the anytime goalscorer market and Daniel Sturridge at 13/8. The only strike duo who has scored more than them two (49) in a single Premier League season is Andy Cole and Peter Beardsley back in the 1993-94 season (55). The S&S are on track to beat that. They also have Steven Gerrard of course and no player in the top flight has scored more goals from dead ball situations, and no players has provided more assists from dead ball situations than him. So it is five home wins on the trot now for Liverpool, unbeaten in their last thirteen, twelve of those having been won. They aren’t a side to be messed with at home and they have averaged 3 goals per game at Anfield. Naturally going to be worth looking over 2.5 goals for this one then at a price of 8/15. The last four meetings, and the last two at Anfield have all gone over. Usually top clashes like this are cagey, but you can see these two going hammer and tongs at each other.

The last three meetings between the two in all competitions at Anfield have ended in a draw, a result which would suit City better in the long run. Sergio Aguero has netted in five successive Premier League appearances and has netted six in his last six league away games too. Aguero is reportedly ready to return to action, and is priced at 6/4 in the anytime goalscorer market, with teammates Edin Dzeko, Alvaro Negredo and midfield powerhouse Yaya Toure at 2/1. They have the firepower and they are in good away form, having gone unbeaten in their last ten away from the Etihad, winning seven of those. Defensively, City are the more sound of the two sides and they have come back into some good goalscoring form at the right time it looks like.

This is a clash between the two highest scoring sides in the Premier League this season, so expect goals and it will be worth dipping into the Both Teams To Score market. The Citizens though haven’t enjoyed a lot of success at Anfield in the Premier League. Of their previous sixteen EPL visits there, they have only ever come away with the one win and that was back in 2003. They are good enough to avoid defeat and perhaps worth a Draw No Bet punt, but can they get rare away win on Merseyside?

Prediction
If Man City’s record was better here, there may be big value in them. This can really go either way and hopefully we see an attack fest. Can see a lot of value in a Liverpool Draw No Bet for coverage at 4/6 with Paddy Power.

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Form (all competitions)
Liverpool WWWWWW, Man CIty LWWWDW

Stat Attack
Liverpool have won all four home meetings with top seven sides so far
Man City have only won one of sixteen previous EPL visits to Anfield
These are the highest scoring two sides in this season’s League, a combined 174 goals
Seven of the last nine meetings in all competitions have gone over 2.5 goals


11th April 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting










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