Man U vs Man City (City has a huge advantage in Manchester Derby)

Sunday morning is a big day for European football fans with the second Manchester Derby as the year draws to a close at the Etihad Stadium. Man City are heavily favored in this game against a Manchester United side who have been very inconsistent this year. Manchester City currently top the English Premier League table and have lost just once since December 4, 2021. That only defeat came at the end of February against Tottenham Hotspur. Now they are ready to host their fiercest rivals in hopes of extending their lead in the EPL. A City win could also knock United out of the top four if West Ham win. Here are the odds for the rivalry, courtesy of WynnBET.

3-way moneyline:

About Below: 2.5 (Over: -167 / Under: +133)

While Derby Day had some unexpected results, I see no surprise for Manchester United in their future. Especially after the last game between the two where City won 2-0. The final score says nothing about how dominant Man City were in that game and the second half was less of a football game and more of a keep-away game. Man City have won 14 of their 16 games since that game. United, meanwhile, have sacked their manager and have only picked up 30 points since Ralf Rangnick took over. I don’t see them performing competitively and expect a similar result as in the previous game between the two. There’s no value in taking Man City straight up, but you can snap up plus-money odds with a one-goal handicap. If you’re feeling brave, you can take her at -2 (+250).

PICK: Manchester City -1 (+104) Man U vs Man City (City has a huge advantage in Manchester Derby)

John Verrall

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