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Man City v RB Leipzig betting tips: City bid to go one better

| 13.09.2021

Preview and odds for Wednesday’s Champions League clash

Champions League runners-up Manchester City begin their European campaign against German opposition and we have examined the odds to bring you some Man City v RB Leipzig betting tips.

City were favourites to win last season’s final in Porto but lost 1-0 to Chelsea while Leipzig were knocked out by Liverpool at the Round of 16 stage.

Wednesday’s game takes place at the Etihad Stadium and is live on BT Sport 3, with an 8pm BST kick-off.

Man City v RB Leipzig match odds

Manchester City had a golden opportunity to win last season’s competition but fluffed their lines when it mattered as Chelsea’s Kai Havertz netted a decisive 42nd-minute winner in Porto.

City have started their Premier League campaign brightly, with Saturday’s 1-0 win at Leicester moving them on to nine points from four games.

They are 7/2 second favourites in the Champions League winner odds behind PSG (10/3) and Pep Guardiola’s side will be determined to add to their tally of 49 Champions League wins (from 90 games (D16 L25). They are 3/10 to defeat Leipzig.

Runners-up in the Bundesliga last season, Leipzig have lost three of their opening four domestic games in the current campaign and will face an uphill struggle to get out of Champions League Group A, which also includes PSG and Club Brugge.

They do have some exciting players, however, such as 18-year-old midfielder Ilaix Moriba, who joined the club last week form Barcelona in a 16million euro deal, a move which could see RB Leipzig’s Spain international Dani Olmo, who graduated through the Barcelona youth ranks, make a return to the Catalan club in due course.

Guardiola’s side are unbeaten in their last 17 games in the group stage of the Champions League (W14 D3), with their last defeat coming against Lyon in September 2018.

RB Leipzig have lost three of their previous four away games in this competition and failed to score in three defeats, including a pair of them to English sides Manchester United (5-0) and Liverpool (2-0). They are 9/1 to beat City while the draw is on offer at 17/4.

RB Leipzig are 12/5 to either win or draw the game in the Double Chance market in the Man City v RB Leipzig betting tips.

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Man City v RB Leipzig head-to-head

This will be the first meeting between Manchester City and RB Leipzig.

City won all four of their games against German opponents in the Champions League last season (two wins against Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Monchengladbach).

They have won their last four domestic games to nil and it is 6/5 they do so once more against Leipzig.

Since Guardiola took charge, City have only lost three of their 30 games in the group stage of the competition (W20 D7).

City have won both Premier League home games this season 5-0 (against Norwich and Arsenal).

It is 25/1 City win 5-0 again and 9/5 for Guardiola’s men to win combined with over 3.5 total goals scored in the game in the Man City v RB Leipzig betting tips.

Man City v RB Leipzig key battles

RB Leipzig forward Andre Silva scored four goals and provided two assists in his eight appearances in the Champions League for Porto.

Angelino has also been involved in eight goals in 11 Champions League games (three goals, five assists), so both post a threat to City.

Silva is 16/5 to score at any time while Angelino is 10/1 to do the same and it is 10/11 that both sides find the net.

Yet City’s threat is obvious.

Ferran Torres has scored in four of his six games in the Champions League and is 7/5 to score at any time while Riyad Mahrez has scored 10 goals and provided 12 assists in 28 Champions League games.

Torres is 4/1 to score the first goal while Mahrez is 6/4 to strike in the Man City v RB Leipzig betting tips.

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All odds and markets are correct at the time of publication



Simon Milham