Everton vs Manchester City Betting
We’re in the middle of the intensive festive period, and it doesn’t come crazier than as it does for Everton and Manchester City ahead of this game. They play late on Boxing Day and will kick off against each other at Goodison Park in Liverpool less than 48 hours later. Here will rotation, squad depth and a lot of hours at the training ground in proactive work point out the winner.
28th December 2020 – 20:00
Everton vs Manchester City Betting Tips
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Current Table Position And Home & Away Performances
The risk is, of course, huge that both teams will a) have to rotate a lot but also b) try to play the game on a lower gear. Both teams are still very much in the race in trying to catch Liverpool at the top of the table and the winner on Monday night will put themselves in a great position.
Everton came into the festive period with three consecutive wins while Manchester City had a crucial 1-0 success away to Southampton after two straight draws. The Citizens also defeated Newcastle on Boxing Day, while Everton prevailed over bottom side Sheffield United.
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Manchester City will definitely be without Gabriel Jesus and Kyle Walker and after intense matching from Carabao Cup progress in last week and the late outing against Newcastle they will probably have to rotate to some extent as they travel to Goodison. The same goes for Everton, and the problem for Carlo Ancelotti is that the options aren’t too many.
We think that Carlo might have to be forced to go with some familiar faces and that we’ll see the reaction in the style of play instead. We don’t expect any of the teams to come out flying here and we think under 2,5 goals is a great pick.
Based on the same approach as above and the fact that Manchester City are way more reliable in the defence than they’re creative in attack, Pep will probably travel the short way to Liverpool with the desire to keep it safe and straightforward from the first minute. We think both teams will be quite happy with a slow start where none of the teams will force the other to any heavy load. With this in mind, we think 0-0 as the half time result is a great pick.
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