Liverpool v. Man City Odds

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Nov/20/2009

Liverpool v. Man City Odds were available at NordicBet.com.

Odds on this matchup had Liverpool at 1.90, the draw at 3.35 and Manchester City at 4.20

Liverpool expect Steven Gerrard, Glen Johnson and Daniel Agger to play after recent injuries.

Manchester City have named Robinho, Gareth Barry and Craig Bellamy in their squad after recent injuries, however, Robinho is not expected to feature.

Both teams had high hopes of being crowned league champions early on in the season but now either team is lucky if they make it into the top four.

NordicbetThe two sides have played 10 league games between them since the start of October, the sole victory for either club being Liverpool's 2-0 win at home to Manchester United.

Liverpool would be 4 points behind City with a defeat on Saturday.

Some important Liverpool v. Man City odds match facts to consider before betting on this game:

Liverpool are unbeaten in eight Premier League matches against Manchester City since a last-minute Kiki Musampa winner for City in April 2005.

After seven wins in their opening nine games in all competitions, Liverpool have since won just one of their subsequent nine fixtures.

NordicbetMan City have drawn their last five league matches, another draw against Liverpool would equal their top-flight club record of six straight draws set in 1913.

City failed to score in their last away match at Birmingham. It is the only time they have not scored in 14 matches in all competitions so far this campaign.

The Reds have won 74 of 136 all-time league fixtures against Manchester City.

 

 

Team

P

GD

Points

 

1

Chelsea

12

21

30

2

Arsenal

11

22

25

3

Man Utd

12

11

25

4

Tottenham

12

6

22

5

Aston Villa

12

8

21

6

Man City

11

7

20

7

Liverpool

12

9

19

 

Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com 

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