Man City vs Everton Betting Odds 2017-08-21

Published on August 13th, 2017 8:54 pm EST
Written By: Dave Manuel

Manchester City striker, Sergio Aguero, in action.  About to take a shot. The English Premier League's Monday night game this upcoming week will see Man City play at home against Everton.

Man City is 1-0-0 to start the season and is still in the driver's seat when it comes to the oddsmaker's favourite to win the EPL title this year. Their odds of winning have already been bolstered, thanks to a loss by Chelsea to Burnley.

As of this moment, Manchester City is 2.37 to win the EPL title this season, followed closely by Manchester United. If Manchester United's first week performance is anything to go by, they are going to be giving Man City all that they can handle this season.

Week 2, however, is a different story, as Man City will be playing a very winnable home match against Everton.

Here are the current betting odds for the game:

Manchester City, 1.36
Draw, 5.25
Everton, 7.00

Here are the double chance odds:

Man City or Draw, 1.11
Draw or Everton, 3.20
Man City or Everton, 1.18

Finally, the over/under odds:

Over 2.5 Goals, 1.57
Under 2.5 Goals, 2.35

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Manchester City came into this season desperately wanting to improve on last season's disappointing results, as they didn't even finish in the top 2 in the EPL.

This season is off to a good start, and Manchester City should easily put Everton away on Monday night. I don't see what Everton has to offer the strong side from Man City, especially away from the friendly confines of their own home.

Take Manchester City @ 1.36 to win outright

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