101 Great Goals’ prediction: Everton 0-2 Man CityManchester City to beat Everton 2-0 is 6/1 with Bet365
Just nine points separates Manchester City from the Premier League title and victory on Saturday would ensure Pep Guardiola’s side remain on track to seal the championship against Manchester United next Saturday.
Whilst Everton are looking to continue their run of two consecutive wins, City are likely to be too much for the Toffees to handle.
Everton vs Man City: Who will win?
Manchester City are overwhelming favourites at 1/3 with Bet365.
Everton are an attractive looking and also unlikely 8/1 to claim victory over the Premier League leaders.First goal scorer tip: Leroy Sane is 6/1 with Bet365
Everton vs Man City preview
Despite Everton’s disappointing campaign, they could still yet end on a high by securing European qualification.
Should Southampton fail to win the FA Cup in May, 7th place will be guaranteed a place in next season’s Europa League.
Currently sat in 9th, three points behind Burnley, the Toffees are well in contention to be playing in Europe again next season.
Sixteen points clear of bitter rivals Man United, City are almost there, with potentially two more wins being enough to wrap up the title.
Three points on Meyerside will mean a great deal to the travelling support as it would allow them the chance to finally clinch the title against the Red Devils next week.
Their dominance this season under the guidance of Guardiola has been breathtaking and they will now have their eye on Chelsea’s 2005/06 record points tally of 95.Manchester City to win, Gabriel Jesus to have 3+ shots and Kevin De Bruyne to win 2+ tackles: 15/4 with Ladbrokes
Everton team news vs Man City
The Toffees suffered a double blow over the international break as duo Idrissa Gueye and Tom Davies both suffered injuries and will be sidelined for Saturday.
Sam Allardyce will also be without Gylfi Sigurdsson, Mason Holgate and James McCarthy who are all absentee due to injury.
Centre-backs Ashley Williams and Eliaquim Mangala are both ineligible, with Williams serving a ban for a red card, whilst Mangala is unable to face his parent club.
Man City team news vs Everton
Sergio Aguero and Fabian Delph are both in line to return to City’s matchday squad on Saturday.
The pair have both overcome injuries, however, Benjamin Mendy remains sidelined due to lack of match fitness having spent six months out injured.Kevin De Bruyne to score & Man City to win is 5/2 with William Hill
Everton predicted line-up vs Man City
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