Man City vs Liverpool Betting Tips & Predictions – Reds to get Guard of Honour
Manchester City vs Liverpool Betting Tips
Goals are likely to be the order of the day with each side getting off to a strong goalscoring restart. It’s hard to separate these two and as such a draw represents decent value.
Best Bet: Over 3.5 Goals – 11/8 at Ladbrokes.
Correct Score Tip: 2-2 Draw – 12/1 at Ladbrokes.
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Manchester City vs Liverpool Predictions
- Liverpool secured the title ahead of their top of the table clash with Manchester City.
- City look set to finish second but might not be able to compete in the Champions League.
Manchester City are eight points clear of Leicester at the time of writing with little left to play for. Liverpool have secured the Premier League title and will be looking to make it a record-breaking campaign.
Neither side have anything left to play for but pride. A high-scoring encounter could well be on the cards with neither manager having a reason to hold back so a 2-2 correct score prediction looks a good bet. My top betting tip for Man City vs Liverpool this week is over 3.5 goals at odds of 11/8.
Manchester City vs Liverpool Betting Odds
- City are priced at 21/20
- A draw is available at 29/20
- Liverpool are underdogs at 23/10
Manchester City Form
Manchester City have picked up three wins from four competitive games since the restart. They won 3-0 against Arsenal, 5-0 against Burnley, and 2-0 against Newcastle in the FA Cup Quarter-Final. Their one defeat came against Chelsea which confirmed Liverpool’s title.
Guardiola’s record against the current top seven sides has been very poor. They have won three games, drawn one and lost seven this season.
No side has outscored Manchester City’s 77 goals in 31 games this season. City have conceded 33 in 31, ranking them fifth for goals against.
Sergio Aguero is likely to miss the rest of the season, Eric Garcia is a doubt, and Fernandinho is suspended.
Liverpool dropped points for only the third time this season in their 0-0 draw with Everton. Manchester City’s loss last week confirmed the title and will mean Liverpool can afford to rest and rotate.
The Reds have failed to win two of their last four, remarkably their worst run of the season. Even still, they have kept two consecutive shut outs against Everton and Crystal Palace.
Only Manchester City have scored more than Liverpool’s 70 league goals and no side has conceded fewer than their 21.
Joel Matip, James Milner, and Xherdan Shaqiri will all miss the trip to Manchester.
Manchester City vs Liverpool Head to Head Stats
Liverpool have won 105, drawn 53 and lost 56 games against Manchester City. Since the start of 2018, Liverpool have four wins, one draw, and two losses.
- Manchester City have won three of their four competitive matches since the restart
- Manchester City have scored the most league goals with 77
- Liverpool have conceded the fewest league goals with 21
25/1 for Both Teams to Score
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