Watford v Manchester City Betting: Citizens to cap off perfect week with big win

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Having looked unstoppable in front of goal over the last couple of games, Al Hain-Cole expects Guardiola's men to secure another big win on Saturday

Manchester City will be looking to round off an excellent week on an high when they travel to Vicarage Road to take on Watford on Saturday.

Having beaten Liverpool 5-0 last weekend before earning a 4-0 away victory over Feyenoord in the Champions League, Pep Guardiola’s men are available at 4/11 (1.36) with BetSafe to complete a fantastic seven days by coming out on top here.

However, the Hornets have started the season in strong form with two wins and two draws from their opening four league fixtures, and are priced at 167/20 (9.35) to maintain that form with a shock win in this one.

Sebastian Prodl Watford

Both of the hosts’ Premier League home games have resulted in draws, and you can get odds of 91/20 (5.55) on them earning an impressive point once again.

Although slightly overshadowed by the debate surrounding Sadio Mane’s red card, the Citizens were simply irresistible in last weekend’s thrashing of Liverpool.

Just 1-0 ahead when the sending off occurred, Guardiola’s side showcased the awesome force of their multi-talented attack as they put four more goals past a shell-shocked opposition defence.

Watford Man City graphic

Those looking to write that scoreline off as a mere result of the one-man advantage were made to reconsider at the De Kuip Stadium on Wednesday, as the guests completely outclassed a Feyenoord team that had won all four of their opening league games.

This form looks ominous for Marco Silva’s team, who have not won any of the last 11 meetings between the teams - losing each of the last six in a row.

Considering five of those six City victories have been achieved by at least two goals, odds of 22/25 (1.88) seem rather generous on them winning by two or more against Watford on Saturday.

Manchester City (-1) to win for a 2pt stake at 22/25 (1.88) with Betsafe
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