Betting Preview: Burnley v Manchester City: Expect a few goals at Turf Moor

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The Citizens have been scoring goals comfortably so far this season but will be put to the test when they travel to Lancashire

Current Premier League leaders Manchester City will be on the road when they take on Burnley at Turf Moor at lunchtime on Saturday.

The Clarets were on the verge of defeat at Newcastle in midweek but a Karl Darlow owngoal five minutes from time earned them a point.

Leroy Sane Manchester City Burnley

Sean Dyche’s men are still in seventh spot and despite having home advantage in this tie, they are underdogs with Bet365 at odds of (13.00).

The Citizens were 3-0 victors over West Bromwich Albion which extended their lead at the top to 15 points as closest rivals Manchester United lost at Tottenham Hotspur.

Pep Guardiola’s side had trashed Burnley 3-0 in the earlier league fixture before seeing them off 4-1 in the third round of the FA Cup. They are the clear favourites to win in Lancashire at odds of (1.28).

A draw is priced at (6.00) with the same betting firm.

Manchester City have won six of their last seven visits to Turf Moor and are tipped to avoid defeat at (1.050).

Burnley Man City PS

The Citizens have scored an average of three goals in their two meetings with Burnley this season. These games however where at the Ethiad Stadium. Turf Moor isn’t a ground where lots of goals are scored so punters can expect three or less at the value of (1.40).

Burnley have winless in their last eight Premier League games and look certain to concede at odds of (1.062).

Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling have had a hand in 42 combined league goals this season. The duo are quoted at (1.61) and (2.25) respectively to score anytime with Bet365.

*Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.

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