MANCHESTER CITY V LIVERPOOL, BETTING PREVIEW & PREDICTION

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It is not often that you get a top of the table clash in the English Premier League where there are 23 points separating the sides, but that is exactly the case here.  Liverpool, of course, have been crowned Champions and will now be targeting the 100 points in the season mark.

Manchester City interestingly enough have been priced up as 1/1 favourites for next seasons EPL with Liverpool priced at 13/10.

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City are coming off a FA Cup quarter-final win, but last week they lost away to Chelsea in the League.  Their home form though has been strong with 11 wins and 2 draws in their 15 matches and they have won their last 3 home games in succession.

Liverpool have lost only once on the road this season and that was away at Watford, but they have failed to win in their last 2 away matches.

Looking at goal stats, Manchester City home matches have averaged 3.5 goals each and 12 of the 15 matches have had 3 goals or more in them while Liverpool away games have averaged 2.3 goals each with 9 of the 15 matches delivering for over 2.5 goal backers.

Liverpool beat City 3-1 at Anfield in November 2019, City won this fixture 2-1 last season.

Betting

Manchester City 21/20

Draw 57/20

Liverpool 12/5

Suggested Bet: Over 3.5 goals at 13/10

Fixtures between these sides generally produce goals and I have a feeling that with the pressure off both sides we could be treated to some end-to-end action and hopefully 4 goals or more go into the back of the net.

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