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Betting Tips: Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain 2/1 to reach 100 points

9:55 PM MYT 02/05/2018
Fernandinho David Silva Manchester City
The two sides have blown away competition in the Premier League and Ligue 1 respectively this season and both have a chance to hit a century of points

It is no secret that Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain have dominated their respective leagues this season and are well on their way to smashing a whole host of records.

Pep Guardiola’s men have already equalled Chelsea’s record of 30 wins in a season whilst the Ligue 1 champions need just two more to break the French top flight equivalent - also of 30.

Both teams have just three matches left and dabblebet are offering 2/1 (3.0) that they each hit 100 points in the league this term.

With no Champions League or FA Cup left, City have no distractions as they look to gain the seven points required to reach that unprecedented century mark.

First up for the champions is Huddersfield Town and dabblebet offer just 1/16 (1.06) on a home win, which is hardly a surprise considering the Terriers have not even scored a goal at any top half side this season, let alone come away with victory.

The story is almost identical for the visit of Brighton and Hove Albion, too, who have yet to score or pick up three points at a top half side. A visit to Southampton awaits Guardiola’s side on the final day of the season, and City should have few problems seeing off a side with the second-worst home record in the Premier League.

PSG, meanwhile, dropped their first home points of the campaign last week after coming back from 2-0 down to draw with Guingamp, but will be determined to make amends.

Maximum points are required by the capital club to reach that magical 100 point mark, and they have the luxury of playing Amiens, Rennes and Caen – who all largely have nothing to play for except pride.

A Coupe de France final against third-tier Les Herbiers next Tuesday night is unlikely to prove too difficult for Unai Emery’s side, meaning their focus is likely to be on winning as many points as possible.