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Manchester City vs Everton betting tips: Premier League preview, prediction and odds

This article provides a preview, odds and recommended bets for the Premier League meeting between Manchester City and Everton on December 31st, 2022


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December 31, 2022

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Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at the Etihad comes in the form of a Manchester City victory over Everton, featuring a goal from Phil Foden.

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Match preview

One of the more one-sided fixtures of the upcoming Premier League gameweek is expected to play out at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday, December 31st.

The clash in question will see title-chasing Manchester City play host to an Everton outfit battling hard against relegation.

Beginning with the former, City, of course, currently sit 2nd in the English top-flight.

Owing to the excellence of Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal, the Sky Blues’ stellar record of 11 wins and two draws from 15 leaves Pep Guardiola’s troops five points adrift of the table-topping Gunners.

In their return to action on the back of the World Cup break earlier this week, City bounced back from a concerning defeat to Brentford early last month courtesy of a 3-1 downing of Leeds United.

Erling Haaland, altogether unsurprisingly, proved the star of the show, notching a brace to take his tally to a frankly ridiculous 20 league goals in just 14 league appearances since making the move to Manchester.

And the Norwegian will no doubt be confident in his chances of extending his advantage atop the Golden Boot race next time out.

This comes with City primed to face off with an Everton outfit continuing to struggle for form.

The Toffees, either side of the international break, have slipped to a quartet of successive defeats, conceding a hefty 11 goals in the process.

Last time out, in their own return to competitive action, Frank Lampard’s men were put to the sword in concerning fashion, by a Wolves side, at the time, sitting dead bottom of the table.

The pressure, as a result, is very much on boss Lampard to swiftly turn things around, and kick on towards the comforts of mid-table.

We at 101, though, view as much as extremely unlikely to be kicked into gear on Saturday, instead backing hosts Man City to ultimately emerge triumphant come the full-time whistle at the Etihad Stadium.

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