|Avg. Match Goals||3.9|
|Avg. Goals Scored||3|
|Avg. Goals Against||0.9|
|Avg. Match Goals||4|
|Avg. Goals Scored||3.2|
|Avg. Goals Against||0.8|
|Avg. Match Goals||3.7|
|Avg. Goals Scored||2.9|
|Avg. Goals Against||0.8|
|06.10.19||Man City||0 - 2||Wolves|
|01.10.19||Man City||2 - 0||Dinamo Zagreb|
|28.09.19||Everton||1 - 3||Man City|
|24.09.19||Preston North End||0 - 3||Man City|
|21.09.19||Man City||8 - 0||Watford FC|
|18.09.19||Shakhtar Donetsk||0 - 3||Man City|
|14.09.19||Norwich City||3 - 2||Man City|
|31.08.19||Man City||4 - 0||Brighton|
|25.08.19||Bournemouth||1 - 3||Man City|
|17.08.19||Man City||2 - 2||Tottenham|
|10.08.19||West Ham||0 - 5||Man City|
|04.08.19||Liverpool||1 - 1||Man City|
|27.07.19||Yokohama F.Marinos||1 - 3||Man City|
|24.07.19||Kitchee||1 - 6||Man City|
|20.07.19||Wolves||0 - 0||Man City|
|17.07.19||Man City||4 - 1||West Ham|
|18.05.19||Man City||6 - 0||Watford FC|
|12.05.19||Brighton||1 - 4||Man City|
|06.05.19||Man City||1 - 0||Leicester City|
|28.04.19||Burnley FC||0 - 1||Man City|
|24.04.19||Manchester United||0 - 2||Man City|
|20.04.19||Man City||1 - 0||Tottenham|
|17.04.19||Man City||4 - 3||Tottenham|
|14.04.19||Crystal Palace||1 - 3||Man City|
|09.04.19||Tottenham||1 - 0||Man City|
|06.04.19||Man City||1 - 0||Brighton|
|03.04.19||Man City||2 - 0||Cardiff City|
|30.03.19||Fulham FC||0 - 2||Man City|
|16.03.19||Swansea City||2 - 3||Man City|
|12.03.19||Man City||7 - 0||Schalke|
|09.03.19||Man City||3 - 1||Watford FC|
|02.03.19||Bournemouth||0 - 1||Man City|
|27.02.19||Man City||1 - 0||West Ham|
|24.02.19||Chelsea||0 - 0||Man City|
|20.02.19||Schalke||2 - 3||Man City|
|16.02.19||Newport County||1 - 4||Man City|
|10.02.19||Man City||6 - 0||Chelsea|
|06.02.19||Everton||0 - 2||Man City|
|03.02.19||Man City||3 - 1||Arsenal|
|29.01.19||Newcastle United||2 - 1||Man City|
|26.01.19||Man City||5 - 0||Burnley FC|
|23.01.19||Burton Albion||0 - 1||Man City|
|20.01.19||Huddersfield Town||0 - 3||Man City|
|14.01.19||Man City||3 - 0||Wolves|
|09.01.19||Man City||9 - 0||Burton Albion|
|06.01.19||Man City||7 - 0||Rotherham United|
|03.01.19||Man City||2 - 1||Liverpool|
|30.12.18||Southampton FC||1 - 3||Man City|
|26.12.18||Leicester City||2 - 1||Man City|
|22.12.18||Man City||2 - 3||Crystal Palace|
We've made it easier than ever to bet on Manchester City. We've combined all the information you need to optimise your bets. This page automatically updates providing you with the best odds on all Man City matches, relevant betting statistics and form.
These days it is difficult to get high odds when backing Manchester City. That is due to the fact that the team from the North West of England, in recent seasons at least, have dominated all before them. This includes a historic treble in the 2018/19 season which saw them as the first English side to claim the league title, FA Cup and League Cup in the same season. Even the all-conquering Liverpool and Manchester United sides of days gone by never achieved that feat.
The odds are stacked against City's opponents in almost every match City play, and when betting on Manchester City it is a feature of the experience that shopping around for the best odds can make a huge difference in the returns that you get for the same outcome. Using our odds comparison tool is essential to secure the best returns on a team of the pedigree of Manchester City.
Premier League title odds at the start of every season these days reflect the fact that City are the financial superpower of English football.
The team is usually established as the first or second favourites, and betting on Manchester City is a popular activity around the world. This fact looks set to continue for as long as Pep Guardiola, the enigmatic coach, leads the team to unprecedented levels of success. Success in the Champions League remains the ultimate prize, however, so don't be surprised if Guardiola begins to prioritise that prize above all others.
Pay close attention to the Champions League odds for Manchester City, to see how that obsession manifests.
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It has been a feature of Manchester City's recent dominance in the English Premier League that teams have been regularly blown away by scorelines rarely seen in the history of English football. Teams of the calibre of Manchester United, in their Sir Alex Ferguson-led heyday, would sometimes rack up an impressive score against lesser teams in the division, but Man City have made a habit of running up scores that would look more at home on a cricket pitch than on the football field.
For this reason, looking for value when betting on Manchester City will often drive punters towards the goals and handicap markets. Going over +3.5 has become one of the most popular Manchester City bets of recent times, and backing City at -2 goals has also become a common trend for both domestic and international bettors. Similarly, the team's scary consistency (barely ever dropping points) has led fans to seek for that very rare possibility of backing the opposition side at long odds to cause an upset.
For example, when Crystal Palace inflicted a shock defeat at the Etihad in the 2018/19 season, the away team could have been backed to win at odds as long as 14.00 (13/1) before the game kicked off. 14.00 in a two-horse race is barely believable, but such are the circumstances that sides face when playing this all-conquering City side.
Like all dominance, City's will come to an end at some juncture: perhaps it will coincide with the inevitable departure of Guardiola at some stage in the future. Yet with City's financial might and growing commercial success, the success also looks established enough to continue for the foreseeable future. Either way, intrepid bettors will continue to scan for signs of weakness and jump on backing against Manchester City at the favourable odds that are attributed to the team's opponents. Comparing the best odds will be profitable when that moment arrives, as it is when continuing to bet on Manchester City through the club's glorious present.
When looking to bet on matches in the English Premier League, Manchester City are a big draw. Over recent seasons the team known as the Citizens have become the dominant force in English football under the leadership of perhaps the greatest coach working in world football today: one Pep Guardiola. However, City's prominence towards the upper echelons of the division began with the arrival of the money emanating from Abu Dhabi which funds the club.
That said, the club have always been one of the bigger attractions in English football, although the team has never enjoyed the sustained success of city rivals Manchester United. Indeed, while United were dominating the Premier League in the 1990s and 2000s, City often found themselves struggling towards the lower reaches of the division, and even spent a few seasons in what was then League One, nowadays known as the Championship. There was even one season when the team slipped into the third tier.
It all seems a long time ago now as, domestically at least, the club who play their home games at the Etihad Stadium sweep all before them. European success still eludes the club as of the end of the 2018/19 season, although with the continued stewardship of Guardiola, a major prize on the continental scene seems close at hand. Betting on Manchester City reflects the club's new-found status as one of the big boys of English and European football. Title odds usually place Manchester City as favourites.
Although there have been some prestigious names to wear the shirt down the years, there are not many to rival the current vintage which boasts the likes of Sergio Aguero, David Silva and Kevin De Bruyne. The football on display these days at the Etihad is a sight to behold, and betting quotes usually reflect the fact that the club are expected to blow all visitors away: odds are often under 1.10 in home matches.
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