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The Belgian is crucial to the way City play and after passing a fitness test following a bump to the head against United midweek, he’s expected to start. Getting him to score @ 2.50 looks like a huge price for a player who’s going to play with a lot of freedom against a Villa side who really struggle defensively.
It’s usually a roulette of who took pick in this City team for an anytime goalscorer, but his involvement has been vital recently, so I’m confident of getting behind him to score anytime.
They’ll be coming out with all guns blazing as they have for most of the season despite their collapse in the chasing of Liverpool for the title. They’ve still been very clinical this season and they should be able to brush Villa aside with ease, hence why they’re 1.14 to win.
At Half Time, Man City currently lead the league at half time, being ahead at half time in 6 of their 10 matches this season. They’ll be looking to get this match finished by half time and they’ve certainly got the weapons at their disposal to do so.
The leagues highest corner takers vs the leagues highest corner conceders, that’s what we have on our hands today as City average 8.14 comparing to Aston Villa’s 7.58 conceded per match. The corner line is set at Over 11, so I’ve gone for a slightly lower amount, as I think there’s still plenty of value there.
Man City’s attacking style and creativity will cause a lot of problems for Aston Villa, especially down the flanks with the likes of Sterling, Mahrez & Silva causing the fullbacks plenty of problems.