Everton v Manchester City Predictions & Betting Odds – 6th February 2019

City can sink the Toffees

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Everton v Manchester City Betting Tips – Premier League, 6th February 7.45pm

Everton took a pretty heavy home hit in a 3-1 loss against Wolves on the weekend. That continued their recent disappointing form which has seen them lose four of their last six. Manchester City won by a 3-1 scoreline at home over Arsenal on Sunday to keep themselves strong in the pursuit of leaders Liverpool. Read our predictions for Everton v Manchester City.

Everton v Manchester City Betting Odds*

Man City 1/3
Draw 4/1
Everton 15/2
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on February 3rd, 2019 at 8:04 p.m.)

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Everton News and Form

Everton will have been disappointed with their output once again as they suffered a 3-1 loss at home against Wolves on Saturday. They were also booed off the pitch at the end of the game. It has been five defeats in their last eight league games now for Everton. Within that, their home form has been sliding away as they have produced just a W1 L3 record in their last four top-flight games at Goodison Park. Overall this season on home soil in the Premier League, Everton have recorded a W6 D3 L4 return and again three of those last four defeats have been in their last four home games.

This season home and away combined, Everton have played 11 fixtures against sides currently in the top half of the table. From those such games, Everton have collected just the one victory. So they have really have had their struggles against the better sides in the division. Everton have been drawing at half-time in eight of their 13 home fixtures this season. In their last six at Goodison Park, they have only managed to keep the one clean sheet as well. But as one positive, they have scored in all but one of their home fixtures this season in the Premier League. Everton haven’t been involved in a drawn game in any of their last nine played.

Everton v Manchester City Head to Head

Manchester City have won their last two league games against Everton by a 3-1 scoreline
Everton have won only one of their last 11 league games against the citizens
Three of the last four meetings have gone over 3.5 goals
Both teams have scored in five of their last six meetings in all competitions

 

Key-Facts – Everton v Manchester City

  • Everton have lost three of their last four Premier league home games
  • three of the four league defeats that Manchester city have suffered this season have been away from home
  • man city have scored three goals exactly in four of their last six EPL fixtures

 

Manchester City News and Form

Manchester City came out and did the business on Sunday as they beat Arsenal 3-1 at home. That was the perfect response to having suffered a shock defeat against Newcastle in the previous league fixture. Sergio Aguero came up with a hat-trick in the win over the Gunners. It is five wins in their last six Premier League games now for the reigning champions. The victory over Arsenal was also the fourth time in their last six games that City have scored exactly 3 goals in a fixture. Before that recent loss at Newcastle, City had produced back-to-back away wins over Southampton and Huddersfield. Overall this season the Citizens have posted a W7 D2 L3 away record.

The Citizens have averaged under two goals per game away from home this season, and actually, their defensive record isn’t all that bad at all. Even though three of their four losses for the entire season have been out on the road in the Premier League, Manchester City have conceded at an average of under a goal per game this term. The three away defeats which they have suffered incidentally were at Chelsea, Leicester and then Newcastle. Manchester City have earned a clean sheet in 50% of their away games this term, but have just one in their last five. In a remarkable record, Manchester City have been winning at half-time break in eight of their 12 road games.

Everton v Manchester City Predictions

Manchester City to win: the Citizens got some big confidence back on the weekend with their win over Arsenal. Everton are just too shaky to warrant backing to pull off a victory in this one, even though City’s form on the road hasn’t been great. Because of the quick turnaround of matches, it may be a low-key one and Manchester City to win to nil looks a solid proposition.


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