Southampton vs Man City: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview

Man City are looking to extend their remarkable winning run in the Premier League on Saturday (5:30pm UK time) when they visit Southampton. 


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Southampton vs Man City: Betting Tips

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Southampton vs Man City: Predictions

Man City vs Southampton: Predictions

Bet Prediction Best odds
BTTS? No 1/1 with Betfair
Correct score Southampton 0-3 Man City 42/5 with SBK
First Goalscorer Kevin de Bruyne 6/1 with Bet365

 

Southampton saw their four-game unbeaten run come to an end last weekend going down 3-1 to Wolves at Molienux. The South coast side sit 12th in the table with 24 points from 21 games which should be more than enough to keep them safe but means they are unlikely to be involved in the European battle. This is the first of a tricky trio of games for the Saints which seems them take on sides in the top eight. James Ward-Prowse is in a good run of form with four goals in his last five.

At home, the Saints are unbeaten in their last seven games with four of these finishing as draws. Each of their last four and five of their last six in front of their own fans has seen both teams find the back of the net. Armando Broja enjoys playing at this ground with two in his last three here. They have managed at least one goal here in the first 45 minutes of each of their last six league games.

Man City continued their march to the title with a 1-0 victory over Chelsea last weekend that means it is 12 straight league victories. Five of those last seven victories have seen Man City keep a clean sheet. Kevin de Bruyne has two goals in his last four in the league while Raheem Sterling has three in five. Nine of the last 13 for the Manchester outfit have gone under 3.5 goals.

Southampton vs Man City: Match Stats

The visitors should win this one given their remarkable run of form but nine of their last 13 have also gone under 3.5 goals so backing a City win and under 3.5 goals looks the play. Eight of the last 11 played at St Mary’s have also gone under this total so this looks the best way to attack this game.

Lyanco is a solid player but one who also seems to get himself into trouble when playing out from the back. He has been booked in two of his last three and while not find it easy against a pressing machine such as Man City. He looks over-priced to be booked here given the pace and movement of the City front three.

Southampton vs Man City: Squawka Says

Scoreline prediction: Southampton 0-3 Man City

Southampton vs Man City: Odds


Southampton vs Man City: Head to Head

18 September 2021- Man City 0-0 Southampton- Premier League

10 March 2021: Man City 5-2 Southampton- Premier League

19 December 2020: Southampton 0-1 Man City- Premier League

5 July 2020: Southampton 1-0 Man City- Premier League

2 November 2019: Man City 2-1 Southampton- Premier League

The reverse fixture on the 18th September ended in a goalless draw back in gameweek five of the Premier League season. The Manchester outfit have dominated recent meetings winning nine of the last 11. James Ward-Prose has a decent record against City netting in two of his last four meetings with them.

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