BetBright customers will be waking up this morning with a nice extra few quid in their online accounts after we nailed three Premier League winning bets in yesterday’s dull 0-0 between Man United and Chelsea.
We said under 2.5 goals, a draw and no goalscorer and we head into tonight’s match full of confidence.
This evening we will be hoping to add to the coffers when Leicester entertain Premier League favourites Manchester City at the King Power Stadium.
Man City have been fat to inconsistent in this incredible Premier League season and it’s amazing to think that with just five wins in their last 10 matches that they are still considered most likely to be crowned Champions in May.
On Boxing Day they did however put in a vintage performance to knock-out Sunderland 4-1 and the pleasing point for all City supporters – and worryingly for their main title challengers – is that after an indifferent season midfield supremo YaYa Toure is back to his best.
Toure was excellent against The Mackems and he also played well in the 2-1 defeat at the Emirates against Arsenal. I like the Ivorian to find the net for the third consecutive match tonight at the 11/5 with BetBright.
While we are on the goals theme, this match should see a few of them.
Both teams have scored in EIGHT of Leicester’s nine home matches this campaign and it’s also been a “yes” in SIX of the last seven City games.
The 4/7 with BetBright on that to continue this evening might appear short but, it’s certainly is the right play.
Leicester lost for the first time in 11 matches at Liverpool on Boxing Day. Jamie Vardy missed that game and he’s an injury concern again this evening. For that reason, I can’t touch them at the 31/10 with BetBright.
City have been heavily punted into 5/6 for the win; I have to admit, even at that price I do like that a lot and if any team in this amazing Premier League campaign can put a decent winning run together it’s City.
I fancy them to end 2015 on a high and continue that winning streak in the early part of 2016.
History is on Manuel Pellegrini’s side as well, they are now unbeaten in their last 10 visits to the East Midlands and the last time the home supporters had anything to cheer about was way back in February 1988 when Kylie Minogue was at number one with “I should be so lucky” – they need luck on their side to get the win here.
With goals expected for both sides and an away win most likely then the 21/2 on a 3-1 City win looks very tempting to have a few quid on.
Man City To Win @ 5/6
Both Teams To Score @ 47
Correct Score Man City 3-1 @ 21/2
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