LionsBet Preview: Manchester City – Burnley: Expect the Citizens to win

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The current leaders are invincible at moment and look certain to edge past the Clarets

Manchester City will be at the Ethiad Stadium when they play Burnley in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

Pep Guardiola’s team is looking unstoppable at the moment. A 7-2 win over Watford last weekend kept at the top of the league standings while an impressive 2-1 over Napoli in the Champions League sees them maintain a 100% in Group F. They are clear favourites here with LionsBet at (1.10).

The Clarets have also been doing well so far by their standards. A 1-1 at home to West Ham United last Saturday sees them sit in an impressive seventh place. Burnley had surprised everyone by beating Chelsea on the opening weekend are a massive (26.00) to repeat it.

Gabriel Jesus Raheem Sterling Manchester City

The Citizens have only recorded one draw this season and odds of (11.50) are at stake for this game to go that way.

City have failed to keep a clean sheet in their six Premier League meetings with Burnley. They haven’t done this in their last two games having achieved it in their earlier three. Punters can back Pep’s men to concede here at (2.10).

The Sky Blues have won their last three home games by a five goal margin and odds of (1.65) are on offer for that outcome to surface at the Ethiad Stadium again.

Burnley

The 2014 league champions have scored a mouth-watering 29 goals in their opening league goals. LionsBet quotes (1.75) for them to scored in both halves.

Gabriel Jesus has scored 13 goals in his 15 Premier League starts. That’s an awesome record and the Brazilian hotshot is available at (1.20) to score anytime in the game.   

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