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Bet of the Day: Man City to blitz Feyenoord at the Etihad

| 21.11.2017

Premier League leaders could run riot

Manchester City could secure their position as group winners ahead of the Champions League last-16 this evening with victory over Feyenoord.

The Citizens have been imperious in Europe this season and currently sit top of Group F on 12 points.

They saw off De Trots van Zuid 4-0 on the opening matchday and look well-placed to inflict a similar defeat on their opponents again this evening.

Tonight’s visitors to the Etihad have lost all four of the Champions League Group matches and will find it difficult to breach a City defence that has kept six clean sheets in their last nine at home.

For that reason, the Coral Bet of the Day is Manchester City to win to nil at 19/20.

City to win big?

Pep Guardiola’s side are enjoying an incredible run in front of goal. The Sky Blues have found the back of the net 12 times in Group F to go alongside their tally of 40 in the Premier League.

That means City have hit 52 goals already this season in just 14 games. But it’s at home where they’ve been most impressive. Sergio Aguero and co have bagged 28 times in nine fixtures at the Etihad Stadium so far this season.

All of those statistics point to another big win for the hosts. You can get Man City to Win on the -3.0 Handicap at 19/10.

Sane can break his UCL duck

Leroy Sane has been in fantastic form in front of goal recently. The Germany international has netted eight goals in 18 appearances for City so far this season.

However, none of those strikes have come in the Champions League. As a regular starter in the competition, the Coral News Team think he’s due a goal following a string of impressive displays.

He’s 19/20 to bag Anytime and a tempting 4/1 to score either the First or Last goal in the contest.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Nick Murphy