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Manchester City Predictions Stats
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  • Average Odds: 1.76
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  • Yield: 17.09 %

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Heading into the 2019/20 campaign on the back of a hail-biting run against Liverpool, Manchester City stand tall as the Premier League champions and will be the team to beat this season. Pep Guardiola’s men joined the history books alongside their city rivals United, after becoming only the second English club to secure back-to-back titles. They don’t want to stop there, however, and will push hard to make it three on the trot. Given their overall squad strength and depth, the Citizens have been installed as  3.25 betting odds to go through with what would become a historic feat.

A firmer focus, however, has been placed on the Champions League. Europe’s elite competition has eluded Pep Guardiola for quite some time now, becoming somewhat an obsession for the Catalan manager. It is beyond doubt that City will go full steam ahead into the new season of the highly-coveted competition. The bookmakers have recognised the drive and desire, nevertheless, which resulted in Manchester City being installed as overwhelming favourites to lift the European trophy with 4.00 betting odds stacked in their favour. As such, the Premier League champions are top of the line ahead of their La Liga counterparts Barcelona, who are given a price of 6.00.

Manchester City Key Players

The reigning Premier League champions have got arguably the biggest depth in their squad. Pep Guardiola worked diligently during the last couple of transfer windows to pack his team with world-class professionals in every single position of the team.

As a result, the Citizens boast a team with at least two equally strong players in all lines, providing Pep Guardiola with plenty of options to choose from. A couple of names do stand out from the crowd, however. Argentina speedster Sergio Aguero has been the dominant striking force in England for years now. As a result, the flamboyant forward sits ahead of Harry Kane when it comes to predictions regarding the Premier League top scorer, with 4.50 betting odds stacked in his favour.

Moreover, Manchester City midfield maestro Kevin de Bruyne is definitely a key player for his team. Not only does he stand out with his unique appearance – with pale skin and blond hair – but Belgian playmaker also hits the headlines with his incredible play. De Bruyne endured a difficult time during the 2018/19 season as he was forced to fight against injury, and this should be his season.

Manchester City Rivalry

The blue side of Manchester has no dilemma regarding the biggest rivalry of their beloved club. Manchester City, as things naturally go, nurture the greatest contempt towards their city rivals – Manchester United. Initially forged during the Victorian times, the Manchester derby has never been fiercer than it is today.

With the emergence of Citizens as England’s main force following the 2008 takeover by the City Football Group, the red side of Manchester began to take notice of their ‘noisy neighbours’. It wasn’t long before Pep Guardiola came to guide his team to 100 league points and record-breaking achievements, however, further fuelling the rivalry and taking it to completely new heights. United also remain the club City have the worst record against, even though the overall balance is shifting towards the Citizens as of late.

As far as other rivalries go, Manchester City also have fiercely contested affairs against Liverpool, but also Tottenham. The rivalry between City and Spurs has been a healthy one, with both clubs going through a steady rise in recent rise. After all, both sets of supporters still have great memories of City’s 4-3 FA Cup comeback from 2004.

Manchester City History

The blue club of Manchester was founded in 1880 under the name of St. Mark’s (West Gorton). Seven years later, the club was renamed into Ardwick Association Football Club, while it wasn’t until 1894 that Citizens adopted the name we today know them under.

Manchester City played their home games at Maine Road since 1923 to 2003, when back-to-back champions of England moved to their impressive City of Manchester Stadium. With a capacity of 55,000, the stadium still lacks the atmosphere found elsewhere in the Premier League. City’s supporters gather under the Manchester City F.C. Supporters Club since 2010. Blue Moon is considered to be the club’s unofficial anthem.

Appearing in their traditional sky blue and white colours, City have had a fair share of changes when it comes to their away kit. Unlike with other Premier League powerhouses, the origin of City’s colour of choice is unknown. However, the records do show that the second Manchester-based club have been playing in sky blue since 1892. City’s current badge has been implemented in 2016, whereas the club had the total of three different versions before that.

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