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Futaa's Premier League tip of the day: Will Man City go top tonight?

Futaa's Premier League tip of the day: Will Man City go top tonight?

06 Feb 2019, 13:30

Man City will go top of the Premier League tonight if they beat Everton at Goodison Park. We are backing a goal-laden encounter on betPawa.

Here are some facts and figures to help you make up your mind on your own bets!

Futaa facts

  • Everton has conceded ten goals in their last four home matches in the Premier League.
  • The last two Premier League meetings between these sides have seen City win 3-1.
  • Manchester City has scored within the first minute in their last two EPL outings - the two quickest goals in the PL this season. Furthermore, they’ve scored the opening goal in 88% of their PL matches this campaign.
  • Sergio Aguero scored a hat trick against Arsenal in City's last outing. 

Team News

Leighton Baines joins fellow defenders Phil Jagielka and Yerry Mina on the sidelines. Lucas Digne should step in at left back. Man City also have a number of defenders out and might have to rotate their eleven here after beating Arsenal on Sunday. Riyad Mahrez might come in for Kevin De Bruyne who is due to get a rest. Defenders Mangala & Kompany are out, but Benjamin Mendy might return to the matchday squad.

Futaa tips

With Man City having won the last two meetings by 3-1 and Everton conceding an average of 2.5 goals at home in their last four games, our safe best bet is to back over 2.5 goals priced at 1.47 on betPawa.

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