Manchester City vs Crystal Palace – Premier League:This Saturday afternoon at the Etihad, Man City hosts Crystal Palace
Manchester City vs Crystal Palace – on a match counting towards the 23rd round of the Premier League.
Man City is in 2nd place of the Premier League with 47 points conquered, thanks to a record of 15 victories, 2 draws and 5 losses.
In terms of goals, they count with 62 goals scored and 25 goals conceded, with the team presenting an average of 4 goals per match.
Their record at home has been good, with the team getting 8 wins on the 11 rounds played in front of their own fans. On the last round, they’ve gotten a victory by 6-1 on the trip to Aston Villa.
Crystal Palace is in 9th place of the league table with 29 points conquered, thanks to a record of 7 victories, 8 draws and 7 losses.
In terms of goals, they count with 20 goals scored and 24 goals conceded, with the team presenting an average of 2 goals per match.
Their record away from home has been the least productive, with the team getting 3 wins on the 11 rounds played as visitors.
On the last round, they’ve gotten a 1-1 draw on the reception to Arsenal.
I believe we will see a fertile encounter in terms of goals, with the “Over 3.5 Goals” line being surpassed.
Man City is full steam ahead on the attempt of trying to take advantage of a slip-up from the leaders and they come into this match in one of the best moments of form of the season, especially when it comes to their offensive production.
The Citizens have been in devastating form on their relationship with the opposing goals, reminding that they’ve scored 13 goals on their last 3 matches played.
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Because of that, Guardiola’s side is more than capable of surpassing the “Over” line on their own, but due to their weak defensive solidity,
I believe that Crystal Palace might also be able to score and contribute, something that happened in 9 of the last 11 rounds of the team led by Roy Hodgson.