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Manchester City vs Everton: Prediction and Betting Tips

15:00, May 23 2021
Manchester City vs Everton prediction for round 38 of the English Premier League clash at Etihad Stadium in Manchester. Crowned champions Manchester City host Everton who have their last chance for a European Conference League appearance. Follow on for our free prediction and betting tips.

Coronation day for Champions Manchester City 

It’s the final day of the season in the Premier League and at the same time, it will be coronation day for Manchester City. The Citizens will look to put on a show in front of their returning fans. In the previous finales, City have lost just one of their last 12 matches on the final day of the season. Pep Guardiola surely is not happy with his team’s form in the last three matches where they lost two and won one. 

City players may have lost some momentum since they secured the Premier League title four rounds ago. The Citizens conceded two or more goals in three consecutive games because of their dip in form. Pep will want to finish their season on a high six days before the most important date of the season which is the Champions League Final. The Citizens will be looking for their third trophy of the season after the Premier League and the EFL Cup.

Everton looking for a win to chase a European spot

Everton go into this match needing a win to have a chance to play in the Europa League Conference next season. They have the same points as Tottenham but are inferior in goals. Consequently, Carlo Ancelotti’s team need to pick more points than Spurs. 

The Toffees have won 11 games on the road and a win here will match their 12 away wins they had back in the 1984/85 season when they were crowned champions. It will be crucial for Everton to open the scoring as they have won 14 of 15 away matches under Carlo Ancelotti when they score first.

Everton haven’t been in a good scoring form lately. Ancelotti’s attack managed to score just four goals in their last five matches. The Toffees haven’t scored more than one goal in five of their last six games.

Key Stats

  • 72% of Man City home matches saw under 3.5 goals
  • 89% of Everton’s away matches saw under 3.5 goals
  • Man City have failed to score in 6% of their home matches
  • Everton failed to score in 22% of their away matches

Manchester City vs Everton Prediction

Pep Guardiola will make sure his team finishes the Premier League season in the best possible way in front of their fans. The Citizens will take the match as a preparation for the Champions League final next Saturday. There is no doubt about the scoring ability of the City attackers and we think they will score more than a couple in this one.

Everton need a win and they will play for it. City’s latest results will encourage the Toffees and urge them to take risks in the game which will make it an open game and goals will be scored in both ends.

We predict both teams to score in this match. For our secondary prediction, we will back under 3.5 goals.

Manchester City vs Everton Betting Tips

Both Teams To Score 1.80 or ⅘ at William Hill

Under 3.5 Goals 1.50 or ½ at William Hill

 

 

 

 

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