Manchester City vs Wolverhampton Wanderers Prediction October 6th

  • Date: October 06/19, 11:00AM
  • Where: Eithad Stadium
  • Manchester City vs Wolverhampton Wanderers Betting Odds at Pointsbet NJ or Unibet.

Man City – Wolverhampton Wanderers Prediction October 6th

Manchester City host Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday as they attempt to close the gap on league leaders Liverpool. The Merseyside club have opened their campaign with seven wins out of seven while Manchester City have dropped five points through a draw against Tottenham Hotspur and a 3-2 loss to Norwich City.

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Since that loss away to Norwich, City have won their last two games, one of those victories being a 8-0 battering of Watford just the fifth time since the founding of the Premier League that this winning margin has been recorded. Although Pep Guardiola’s defending champions enter this match with a head-to-head advantage, they have some challenges to contend with, namely injuries to Leroy Sane, John Stones and most recently Kevin DeByrune.

It will be these absentees that will give Wolves fans hope, though their start to the campaign will inspire quite the opposite. Just one win in seven games for Nuno Espirto team and two defeats in their last three.

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The bookies have Manchester City as comfortably favorites and despite some entertainingly close score lines and some key personnel missing, one wouldn’t expect the champions to slip up here.


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