Wolves vs Manchester City Predictions & Betting Odds – 27th December 2019

City can leave Molineux with maximum points

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Wolves vs Manchester City Betting Tips – Premier League, 27th December 7.45 pm

Wolves fought back to collect an away win at Norwich on the weekend, which was an important result for them as they had lost their previous EPL outing. Will they be able to hold their own against Manchester City on Friday? The Citizens will be looking for their third straight league success. Read our predictions for Wolves vs Manchester City.

Wolves vs Manchester City Betting Odds*

Manchester City 4/11
Draw 4/1
Wolves 13/2

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Wolves vs Manchester City Live Stats & Betting Odds

Wolves News and Form – Can Wolves beat Manchester City?

Wolves fought back to beat Norwich on Saturday and considering that they had lost their previous game, that was a good response in the end from them under pressure. At Molineux in this campaign, Wolves have taken a W3 D4 L2 record and it was a 2-1 reverse against Spurs that they suffered in their last home game. That defeat befell them in the final minute of the game. Despite riding high in the top six after the latest round of action, Wolves have managed to take only the one clean sheet in their last ten league outings.

Kevin de Bruyne First Goalscorer


Just 33% of Wolves’ home games this season have made it over 2.5 goals. Wolves have produced an average of 1.4 goals per home fixture and they have surprisingly, been losing at the half time break in five of their home games. They have shown a lot of fighting spirit, however, as they have scored 77% of their goals at Molineux after the halftime break. Wolves have hit the back of the net in each of their last seventeen league games and all nine home fixtures this season. They are going well. Can they beat Man City?

Wolves vs Manchester City Head to Head

Wolves took a 2-0 away win at Manchester City in October
City are W6D1 L2 in their nine previous EPL meetings with Wolves
Both teams have scored in one of the last five meetings in all competitions
City have won four of the last six league meetings (D1 L1)


Key-Facts – Wolves vs Manchester City

  • Wolves have lost one of their last 13 league games
  • Man City have scored first in all but two away games
  • There has been one clean sheet by Wolves in their last 10 league games


Manchester City News and Form – Will Man City win at Molineux?

Manchester City produced a 3-1 win at home against Leicester on the weekend, which was after they had fallen behind early in the game. That is back to back league wins for the Citizens now and three in their last four. They do still look a side who are vulnerable at the back, but they have shown growing control in their last two games. Manchester City have earned one clean sheet in their last eight league outings, but they have scored at least two goals in five of their last six. Out on the road they have earned back to back wins, a 4-1 success at Burnley followed by a 3-0 win at Arsenal.

Manchester City are averaging 2.8 goals per away game this season, and 78% of their away games have made it over 3.5 goals. The Citizens have conceded at an average of 1.2 goals per road fixture. It is a ten-match scoring streak, home and away from that, they have secured. Each of their last nine league fixtures have ended up going over 2.5 goals. Manchester City have been leading at the half time break in five of their nine away games. They have also opened the scoring in all but two of their road fixtures. They are the league’s top scorers and only leaders Liverpool have a better away record than them.

Wolves vs Manchester City Tips & Odds

Man City/Man City HT/FT
Both teams to score at 10/11
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on December 21st, 2019 at 5:46 p.m.)

Wolves vs Manchester City Predictions

Man City to win: This may well be a close game. Manchester City have looked a bit better in their last couple of games and may have enough in them to bag the win. Wolves will stick close to them so the one-goal winning margin for the Citizens has some appeal.