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01.03.21 19:09

Manchester City v Wolves – Pep Roulette Leaves Nuno Skint

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It’s 20 not out for Pep Guardiola’s juggernaut of a Manchester City side.

City have won every match they’ve played since December 15, 2020, with the champions-elect bringing a new meaning to a successful New Year’s Resolution.

Wolves are up next awaiting the City treatment, and with Nuno Espirito Santo’s side still looking pretty toothless up front, the odds are stacked against the away side.

We expect Pep to ring in the changes once again, bringing an element of roulette to his starting eleven, but we at Odds Manager HQ think this is the perfect fixture to chop and change.

Have a scroll and check out our top Odds Pick and Long Shot.

Match Details

FixtureManchester City v Wolves
DateTuesday, March 2, 2021 at 20:00
WhereEtihad Stadium, Manchester
How to WatchLive on BT Sport

Our Top Odds Pick – Manchester City to win to nil – 4/6 with bet365

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Manchester City to win to nil
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13 of Man City’s wins over this incredible run of 20 have come accompanied with a clean sheet.

Ruben Dias and John Stones look formidable as a centre-back pairing, with Aymeric Laporte waiting in the wings, and a plethora of talented full-backs.

Wolves have struggled to score for large parts of the season.

They’ve bagged just four in the last five matches and are becoming overly reliant on Pedro Neto to carve out decent opportunities.

A home win without too many dramas looks highly probable here.

Our Long Shot – Kevin de Bruyne to score anytime and Man City to win 3-0 – 9/1 with bet365

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Kevin de Bruyne to score anytime and Man City to win 3-0
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KDB has been sidelined since the start of 2021, but the Belgian international looks to be finding his feet again in the City midfield.

It’s still a bit of a lottery who is on penalties for City, but De Bruyne will be sniffing around for opportunities to mark his return to full fitness.

3-0 feels about right on Tuesday.

Yes, it’s a punt, but coupling that up with a KDB goal works well as an outside bet.

Please note that all odds are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.

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