Man City Favoured To Win Away From Home on Saturday Afternoon

Published on September 25th, 2015 9:24 pm EST

The first game of this weekend's English Premier League slate will see Tottenham play host to Man City.

Both of these teams desperately want to win on Saturday, but for entirely different reasons. Man City, which is currently perched at the top of the English Premier League standings, needs a win to guarantee that they will stay ahead of Man Utd. Man City currently has 15 points, while Man Utd sits in second place with a total of 13 points.

Tottenham, on the other hand, wants a win to help break out of a five-team log jam. As of this moment, Everton, Swansea City, Crystal Palace, Tottenham and Watford all have nine points. A win for Tottenham on Saturday could potentially vault them into a tie for third place, while a loss could send them tumbling further down the standings.

Man City, which is currently the English Premier League's best team, has the slight edge to win on Saturday. Here are the current betting odds as of this moment:

Tottenham, 4.00
Draw, 3.40
Man City, 1.95

According to these odds, Man City has slightly better than even money odds of winning on Saturday, while a successful $100 bet on Tottenham would return a total profit of $300.


The Tottenham attack will be led by Harry Kane, who is currently listed at 2.75 to score against Man City. Heung-Min Son had an excellent game last weekend, however, and should be considered as an option to score on Saturday.

Man City, on the other hand, will be led by Sergio Aguero, who is currently listed at even money to score on Saturday.


The over/under for this match is currently listed at 2.5 goals, with the Under line going for 2.10 and the over line going for 1.67.

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