Manchester City face a trip to Newcastle in the dreaded early kick off on Saturday, however you can take advantage and have a risk free chance of winning £210 by taking Paddy Power up on their £30 risk free first bet for new customers.
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Newcastle have put a decent run of form together at home in fairness as they are five unbeaten, but it’s almost certain that will come to an end on Saturday with Manchester City arriving with a point to prove. They will want to bounce back from a disappointing result in the week as they drew against Shakhtar Donetsk at the Etihad in the Champions League.
City can reduce the gap between them and Liverpool to six points with a win, even if that’s just the case for a few hours.
Over 2.5 goals is the second selection to make my Same Game Multi as that has been a winner in the last three meetings between these two sides. Newcastle defended poorly in their last outing against Aston Villa, and if they perform in the same manner against the current champions, they are going to be in for a rough afternoon.
Raheem Sterling is a good bet to score in every single game that Manchester City play. The in-form forward has been in talks with City this week for an improved deal and it comes as no surprise. Sterling has scored seven goals in 12 Premier League appearances so far this season.
There’s always value in the cards market, and I believe Isaac Hayden is one of the front runners to pick up a yellow card as he has the job to try and keep Manchester City at bay in midfield which is almost an impossible task. Hayden has picked up two yellow cards and one red in his ten league appearances so far this term, so it will be interesting to see if he can keep within the laws when trying to deal with Kevin De Bruyne and co.