Oxford United vs Manchester City betting tips
This article covers Oxford United versus Manchester City betting tips and predictions ahead of Wednesday night’s Carabao Cup quarter-final.
Also included is a thorough Oxford United vs Manchester City betting preview.
Oxford United vs Manchester City: What are the betting odds?
Oxford United vs Manchester City: Who will win?
Man City are the reigning Carabao Cup holders, and they are the 11/10 favourites to win the competition again.
Oxford United are 250/1 to win the Carabao Cup.
Back Oxford United to beat Man City at 20/1.
Alternatively, Man City are 1/9 to win after 90 minutes.
The draw is priced at 9/1.
Oxford United’s double chance (win or draw) is 11/2.
The price against BTTS is 4/5.
Oxford United vs Manchester City: Recommended bets
Oxford United vs Manchester City betting prediction: Oxford United 0 – Manchester City 3
Oxford United vs Manchester City: Match preview
League One Oxford United face a massive challenge on Wednesday night in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup against Man City.
Oxford are 8th in League One with 30 points from 19 games.
In the cup, the U’s have advanced to the final eight after four previous home wins.
Oxford have beaten Peterborough, Millwall, West Ham and Sunderland, before drawing the reigning champs.
The hope for Oxford United is that Man City may be distracted by all the other competitions they’re in this season.
On Saturday, Man City have a huge Premier League match against second-placed Leicester City.
Moreover, Man United recently became the latest team to beat City this season.
However, Pep Guardiola’s side come into the cup tie after two wins on the bounce.
Oxford United team news vs Manchester City
The biggest headache facing Oxford United manager Karl Robinson is to work out how his team can score.
The U’s have failed to find the target in their last three fixtures.
Forward James Henry is the club’s top scorer in the league with 8 goals, while Tarique Fosu has 7 league goals, and Matt Taylor has 6.
Oxford also have injury absentees: Malachi Napa, Simon Eastwood, Anthony Forde and Liverpool loanee midfielder Ben Woodburn are all out.
Manchester City team news vs Oxford United
Aymeric Laporte (knee) and John Stones (thigh) are injured for Man City.
Sergio Aguero is on the comeback trail from a thigh problem, but it’s unlikely he’ll be risked in the Carabao Cup.
David Silva is also a doubt after he missed last weekend’s win at Arsenal.
Phil Foden played against the Gunners and he’s likely to retain his place against the U’s.
Riyad Mahrez seems certain to start, while Oleksandr Zinchenko should get more minutes after a late cameo appearance at Arsenal.
Predicted Oxford United line-up vs Manchester City
Predicted Manchester City line-up vs Oxford United
Oxford United last five games: WWLDL
November ended with successive Oxford wins against Southend United and Walsall.
However, in their last three matches, Oxford are winless.
Exeter City beat them in the EFL Trophy, the U’s drew in the league with Shrewsbury, while last weekend they lost 1-0 at the MK Dons.
Manchester City last five games: DWLWW
Man City’s November ended with a 2-2 draw away at Newcastle.
When Kevin De Bruyne put City 2-1 up in the 82nd minute, most expected an away win. However, Jonjo Shelvey equalised two minutes from time.
Man City rebounded with a 4-1 win at Burnley, where Gabriel Jesus scored a brace.
However, Man United stunned Guardiola and City with a 2-1 derby victory at the Etihad.
In their last two games, City have two wins. They beat Dinamo Zagreb 4-1 before an impressive 3-0 victory at Arsenal on Sunday.
De Bruyne was the star of the show against the Gunners as the Belgian scored a brace.
All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.
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