Betting: 6/1 on Manchester City to beat Liverpool and under 2.5 goals

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The Citizens host Jurgen Klopp's men in a crunch clash on Saturday lunchtime, and a low-scoring affair may be on the cards for Pep Guardiola's side

Manchester City’s first real test this season comes on Saturday afternoon when they welcome free-scoring Liverpool to the Etihad.

The Citizens took seven points from their first three games of the season prior to the international break and sit fourth in the table, a couple of spots below the Reds but only on goal difference.

The two matches between these sides last season contained just three goals, and dabblebet are offering a price boost on another low-scoring affair with Man City to win and under 2.5 goals enhanced to 6/1 (7.0) from 9/2 (5.50).

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City have found the net just five times this campaign, with two coming courtesy of former Liverpool man Raheem Sterling, who is suspended here, but have escaped with two wins and a draw despite being a man down in the latter.

Although Liverpool have scored a whopping eight times thus far, they conceded after only eight minutes away at Watford on the opening weekend and despite coming back to draw 3-3, an early goal against stronger opposition could prove fatal for Jurgen Klopp’s side.


Liverpool’s generally sub-par defence means that City are more than likely to score in this one, as they have done in every league game against the Reds since 2010, with Sergio Aguero looking to score in his sixth consecutive home game against this opposition.

If City can get on the scoresheet early and hold it together at the back, a win and under 2.5 goals at 6/1 (7.0) - open to all customers with winnings paid in cash - looks like it could be great value.

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