Bristol vs Manchester City: This Tuesday night in Bristol, the local side hosts Manchester City, on a match counting towards the 2nd leg of the Carabao Cup’s semi-finals
Bristol is in 2nd place of the Championship with 53 points conquered, thanks to a record of 15 wins, 8 draws and 5 losses.
When it comes to goals, they count with 44 goals scored and 23 goals conceded, presenting this way an average of 2.6 goals per match.
Their home record is very positive, with the team getting 8 wins on the 14 rounds they’ve played at the Memorial Stadium.
The team is probably on their worst streak of results of the season, not getting a single win on their last 6 matches played.
Still, Bristol’s path on this competition is fantastic, since they have eliminated 4 Premier League’s teams on the 5 previous rounds, namely Manchester United, Crystal Palace, Stoke City and Watford.
Manchester City occupies the lead of the Premier League with 65 points conquered, thanks to a record of 21 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss.
So far, the Citizens count with 70 goals scored and 18 goals conceded, therefore resulting on an average of 3.7 goals per match.
Their record as visitors is very good, with the team getting 31 out of 36 possible points, being therefore the Premier League’s team that gets the more points playing in that condition.
The team responded well on their last match against Newcastle, with a 3-1 win, reacting well to the loss at Liverpool by 4-3. On the previous rounds, Guardiola’s team has eliminated West Brom, Wolves and Leicester.
Bristol vs Manchester City – Betting Tip and Prediction:
The 1st leg match has ended with a 2-1 victory in favour of Manchester City, so if Bristol want to dream about attending the final of this competition, they will obviously need to score in this 2nd leg.
Scoring against Premier League teams is something that Bristol has been doing throughout this competition, inclusively more than once, so I believe that might happen again.
Adding to that, is the fact that City recently isn’t showing great defensive consistency, with the team conceding goals for 5 consecutive matches. Offensively, there isn’t much to say about Guardiola’s team.
|Both teams to score||