Manchester City v Everton Betting Tips – Premier League Week 38
Premier League Champions Manchester City bring their campaign to a close when they welcome Everton to the Etihad on Sunday. Carlo Ancelotti will be disappointed his team wont secure a top six finish, however will want to finish the season on a high and disrupt Man City’s farewell celebrations for the departing Sergio Aguero Tipsters Form Labs guide you to where the value might lie with their betting tips for the game, while we have additional value with our boosted odds which you can claim below.
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The Premier League champions have actually lost two of their last three encounters, but a Joao Cancelo 10th minute red card didn’t help them last time out at Brighton.
They did go two goals up in that encounter but three second half goals from the Seagulls saw them come up trumps.
Man City To Win 2-1 Or 3-1
Everton grinded out a 1-0 win at Goodison Park last time out to earn three very important points in their bid for European football for next season.
They essentially need to better Spurs result against Leicester on the final day of the season to have any chance of getting into the Europa League, with the Lilywhites equal on points with a much more advantageous goal difference.
They’ll be hoping the Citizens have one eye on their Champions League final next weekend, given the Toffees have lost all seven meetings since the start of 2018, with five of the six league meetings finishing either 2-1 or 3-1.
Over 2.5 Goals
Pep Guardiola’s men have seen 12 goals from their last two encounters, and given that in the previous five Premier League seasons Over 2.5 Goals has landed in 64% of final day matches compared to 52% for the rest of the remaining matches, while for Over 3.5 Goals it increases from 30% to 46% for final day matches, goals could certainly be on the cards.
A likely partnership of Aymeric Laporte and Nathan Ake won’t be as water tight at the back as their usual Ruben Dias and John Stones combination, so we wouldn’t be surprised to see the Toffees make their way on to the scoreboard, but we all know the quality the hosts have going forward no matter who is on the field.
Carlo Ancelotti will have a near enough full-strength side for this one, and a record of W11-D4-L3 on the road this term certainly gives them a chance.
That includes six wins from their eight trips to the top half of the table as their last visit to Manchester to Old Trafford saw as many as six goals.
However, we can’t get away from the quality that the Citizens possess and having won nine of their last 12 at Etihad, we’d expect them to take the full three points back in front of their fans.