Bet365 Preview: Manchester City vs Feyenoord: Back the Citizens to win to nil

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The Sky Blues will look to continue their unbeaten run when they clash with Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side on Tuesday night

Manchester City welcome Feyenoord to Etihad Stadium for their Uefa Champions League Group F encounter.

Having qualified for the round of 16 of the Europeean top football competition, Pep Guardiola will be expected to rotate his squad and give some fringe players an opportunity to prove their worth.

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Despite that, City will still be in good stead to maintain their unblemished record in the tournament this season and continue with their 17-game unbeaten run in all competitions. Their 2-0 triumph over Leicester City on Saturday will also boost their confidence going into this duel. They are thus on offer at (1.083) to record a comfortable win with Bet365.

Though, both sides have met only once with the Citizens cruising to a 4-0 win nevertheless, football is quite dicey and punters who are bold and ready to take the huge risk can back a stalemate at massive odds of (11.00) at the end of 90 minutes.

For the Dutch side, they will be looking to halt the unbeaten run of their opponent and bolster their chances of qualifying for Europa League having failed to make it to the champions League last 16 following their four straight defeats.

In addition, Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s charges have been struggling away from home as they only boast of a single win in their last six. Therefore, the betting firm has tagged them as massive underdogs for this clash at the price of (21.00).

Manchester City-Feyenoord

The Sky Blues have not tasted defeat on home soil in their previous 27 games and odds of (1.015) is on offer for them to continue with the feat.

Manchester City have registered 12 goals in four matches - averaging three goals per match and shipped in just three in their European campaign this term.Odds of (1.22) are up for grabs for more than three goals to surface and (1.90) for City to win to nil with Bet365.

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