One of the much awaited derbies in the Premier League return will see the former Champions, Manchester City to take on the newly crowned champions Liverpool. The home team will try to cement their stand in the second place, while the league champions will be at ease and will just try to break more club and league records as they head to this match. You will never run out of reasons to enjoy your betting experience here at 12BET Sportsbook. Sign up now and collect more prizes and rewards like no other.
Manchester City (Home)
The now former champions will head to this match with a lost to Chelsea 2-1 last time that made the opponents for this match the new champions of the English top-flight. This lost broke their back-to-back wins since the league restarted, kicked-off with a win against Arsenal 3-0 that helped them recovered from a lost that broke their 4 games win across all competitions before the season halted. Pep Guardiola’s men recovered quickly with the win against Newcastle United 0-2 in an FA Cup match. They now aim to cement the 2nd place of the league with 63 points from winning 20, losing 8 and drawing 3 of 31 matches they played in the league so far. They also remain the top team to score the highest goals in the league with 77 goals netted from those matches, conceded to 33 and kept 12 clean sheets.
The long wait is over as Liverpool’s 30-year top-flight title drought ended following the heavy win against Crystal Palace 4-0 and after their opponents to this match lost 2-1 at Chelsea to confirm their triumph. The Reds secured 23 points at the top of the league with seven games remaining. Liverpool have enjoyed an impressive season that has seen them beaten just once in the league so far against the then relegation-placed side Watford in February. They are also the earliest side has ever won the title, surpassing the feat of Manchester United in 2000-01 and Manchester City’s ‘centurions’ of 2017-18 that both clinched the league with five games left. Back on the road for this champions derby, Jurgen Klopp’s men will try to end their 4 games winless across all competitions, lost 3 and drawn 1 away games since winning against Norwich City in February.
In the last ten years, these teams have met 26 times where Manchester City have won in 6 of these, while Liverpool have won 12 of these matches and the rest ended in draw.
Manchester City 1 – 3 Liverpool
Manchester City 2.09 – Draw 3.50 – Liverpool 3.40
FT.HDP – Liverpool 0-0.5
Date and Time:
Friday, July 3, 2020, 3:15 AM (GMT+8)
Etihad Stadium, Manchester
(The odds might change without prior notice)
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