Crystal Palace v Man City Tips: Citizens To Bounce Back To Form With An Important Win

Manchester City remain favourites as far as the Premier League Odds are concerned and they will be looking to bounce back to form when they visit Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon.

The Citizens were rocked by a 1-0 defeat to Tottenham in the Champions League and we fully expect them to produce a reaction against Palace, who actually upset the odds to beat City earlier this season...

Man City
Man City 2/7 3/10 3/10 1/3 1/3 3/10 3/10 30/ 100
Draw
Draw 9/2 17/4 5 9/2 9/2 9/2 9/2 9/2
Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace 9 10 10 10 21/2 19/2 9 9
BEST ODDS
VISIT ODDS
1/3
3/10
3/10
3/10
3/10
2/7
30/ 100
VISIT ODDS
9/2
9/2
9/2
9/2
9/2
9/2
17/4
3. Crystal Palace
21/2
VISIT ODDS
10/1
10/1
10/1
19/2
9/1
9/1
9/1

Odds correct as of 12th Apr, 14:54 Odds subject to change.


Crystal Palace v Man City Tip

Sunday - 2.05pm OddsBets
Crystal Palace v Manchester City - BEST BETS   
Man City win and Under 3.5 goals    Best Bet 23/20
Man City win to nil 5/4
Kevin De Bruyne first goalscorer 9/1

Palace's 3-2 win at The Etihad earlier this term was a shock result and it ended a run of eight games without a win in this particular fixture, during which they had failed to score in six.

Scoring goals has generally been an issue for the team with the third-worst home record in the top-flight as they have scored a paltry 13 in 16 home games, collecting just 16 of their overall points tally of 39 at Selhurst Park.

In fact, no Premier League ground has witnessed less goals than Selhurst Park this season (30 in total) and we are tempted by the City win to nil at 5/4 with Bet Victor.

Indeed, City have won eight league games in a row, conceding only two goals in the process, and they have the best defensive record on the road. Pep Guardiola's side have kept nine clean sheets in 15 matches away from home, winning 10 and losing three, and we can see them edging a tight clash here.

The City win and under 3.5 goals in the match is 23/20 with Coral and is the way to go on Sunday.

As far as the goalscorer markets are concerned, Kevin De Bruyne to be first goalscorer is an eye-catching 9/1 with Boylesports. The brilliant midfielder was left out of the starting line-up against Spurs on Tuesday but expect him to be restored to Guardiola's first choice eleven. The Belgian has scored three goals and laid on five assists in eight previous appearances against Palace. He has a point to prove.

Posted: Friday, 12th April 2019
Author: Chris Knight