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Man City v Burnley Betting Tips: City ease past The Clarets?

| 21.06.2020

Manchester City’s slickers tore past Arsenal on the opening night of the Premier League’s ‘Project Restart’ but will Sean Dyche’s Burnley be a sterner test?

This will be The Clarets’ first league game in three months, so they could come flying out of the traps and catch Pep Guardiola’s side off guard.

Match Odds

City are a very short 2/13 to claim the three points that would help set up the clash with Liverpool next week nicely.

You can back our Price Boost for the Cityzens to be leading inside 15 minutes at 5/2 (was 2/1). However, Burnley are a physical, well-drilled side and could represent a sniff at 16s.

Both Teams to Score is 27/20 with the points shared tonight at 13/2.

Talking Tactics

Eric Garcia will be left out tonight following the concussion he picked up against Arsenal. John Stones is still struggling with injury so Nicolas Otamendi could come in alongside Aymeric Laporte.

Guardiola may shuffle his pack with Rodri and Bernardo Silva in midfield, while Phil Foden’s champing at the bit to get a start.

Sergio Aguero could lead the line alongside Raheem Sterling. Burnley look set to be without Ashley Barnes, Chris Wood, Ben Gibson and Johann Berg Gudmundsson.

Jay Rodriguez and Matej Vydra could be their front two, while England’s Nick Pope should be between the sticks.

Goalscorer odds

Fancy more Kevin de Bruyne magic? He’s 11/2 to break the deadlock, with Aguero a short 1/2 score anytime.

Sterling bagged against Arsenal and is 5/1 to score 2 or more, with the departing Leroy Sane at 5/4 to notch.

The Clarets will hope Rodriguez (9/2 anytime) has his shooting boots on. Exciting midfielder Dwight McNeil is at 12s to find the net.

Vydra has found chances few and far between but is 7/2 anytime.

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.



Charlie Dear

Charlie has covered sport for the likes of The Guardian, Football365 and FourFourTwo. Arsenal sufferer. German football enthusiast.