Man City v Liverpool
Our Premier League match to bet on this weekend kicks off at 12:30pm on Saturday when 4th placed Man City take on 2nd placed Liverpool at Etihad Stadium.
Man City v Liverpool: Best Odds
Compare odds on the match via the ALL ODDS tab below. Bookmakers offering the best odds on a Man City win (H), an Liverpool win (A), or a draw (D) are highlighted below.
NB: Man City v Liverpool odds correct at the time this betting preview went live.
Man City v Liverpool: Betting Offers
If you're going to be betting on the game, take a look at some of the latest betting offers and price boosts that bookmakers offer for Man City v Liverpool:
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Man City to beat Liverpool: 25/1
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Liverpool to beat Man City: 50/1
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Man City to beat Liverpool: 25/1
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Man City v Liverpool: Betting Preview
Liverpool make the short trip to The Etihad Stadium on Saturday, to take on North West rivals Man City in the biggest Premier League game of the weekend.
Pep Guardiola’s men are bookmakers favourites to win this clash, but it will be a tough game to win with Liverpool's fine form following their 4-0 demolition of Arsenal.
Man City and Liverpool are both in the top four, having collected 7 points each from their three opening games, and both will be looking to pull away from each other.
A win for either team would see them move to the top of the table and above North West rivals Man Utd - at least until Mourinho's men have played Stoke.
You can watch Man City v Liverpool live on Sky Sports at 12:30 on Saturday.
Man City's Best Odds: 20/23
If you’re betting that man City will grab a home win and beat Liverpool this weekend, BetVictor.com offers the best odds at 20/23 as well as £40 in bonus credit for new members.
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Man City are still looking to secure their first home win of the season, having been held to a 1-1 draw by Everton in their last game at the Etihad Stadium.
Although they won their 2 other games against Brighton and Bournemouth, Man City really need to beat rivals Liverpool on Saturday and take that all important 3 points.
Luckily Pep Guardiola doesn’t have any major injury concerns, with only Ilkay Gundogan missing, as it’s expected that Kompany should be fighting fit in time for the Liverpool clash.
Unfortunately Raheem Sterling will miss the match due to a suspension after being sent-off in injury time in Man City’s last game against Bournemouth.
Liverpool's Best Odds: 13/4
If you’re betting on Liverpool coming away from the Etihad with all three points, 888sport.com offers the best odds at 13/4 plus a 'bet £10, get £40 in bonus credit' offer for new members.
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Liverpool have won their last 2 games, including a crushing 4-0 victory over Arsenal, however The Reds only managed a draw in their only away game against Watford.
While Liverpool have had a strong start to their 2017/18 Premier League title campaign, bookmakers have them as the underdogs for Saturday match.
In saying that, Klopp’s men have won 4 out of their last 5 Premier League clashes against Man City, and could easily surprise bookmakers and grab the 3 points!
Luckily, there aren’t too many injury worries for Liverpool either, with Klopp only missing Adam Lallana and Nathaniel Clyne who's set for a lengthy lay-off due to a back injury.
Philippe Coutinho is in line to make his first Liverpool appearance of the season, while Oxlade-Chamberlain could make his first appearance since his transfer from Arsenal.
Best Odds On A Draw: 3/1
If you're betting on neither team doing enough to win, Bet365.com offers best odds at 3/1.
The last time these teams met in the Premier League the game ended in a draw, although this isn’t a common result with only 1 of their last 8 head-to-heads ending this way.
Both teams have started the season with 2 wins and a draw, and while they are both looking to take 3 points, a draw could be realistic if both teams decide to play it safe.
NB: Man City v Liverpool odds correct at the time this betting preview went live. Online bookmakers also shorten odds closer to kick off so bet early for the best odds!