Man City Looks To Successfully Kick off Their Title Campaign This Saturday at Home

Published on August 10th, 2016 7:01 pm EST

Despite all of the changes that Manchester United has implemented this year, Man City is still the favourite to win the EPL title this season. Manchester City will look to get their campaign off on the right foot this Saturday when they play host to Sunderland.

Last season was wacky beyond all belief in the English Premier League. Leicester City, which was considered one of the favourites for relegation prior to the season, ended up winning the title, while teams such as Chelsea and Man City struggled. Oddsmakers believe that things will return to normal this year and that Man City stands a great chance of winning the title.

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Here are the current odds for Saturday's game between Man City and Sunderland:

Man City, 1/5
Draw, 11/2
Sunderland, 12/1

As you can see, the oddsmakers don't see much hope for Sunderland on the road on Saturday.

According to the oddsmakers, the five likeliest outcomes of Saturday's match look like this:

Man City 2-0, 11/2
Man City 3-0, 13/2
Man City 1-0, 13/2
Man City 2-1, 9/1
Man City 3-1, 11/1

The likeliest outcome that involves a Sunderland victory is a 1-0 result for the underdog, which is currently trading at 33/1.

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Sergio Aguero, who is currently the odds-on favourite to win the EPL scoring title this season, is listed at 8/15 to score on Saturday. Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfried Bony are both listed at 10/11.

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After months of waiting, fans will finally get treated to some English Premier League action this weekend.

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