Updated: October 2022

Bet365: Back Manchester City To Win 3-0 With Sweet 15/2 On Offer

26 February 2022

On matchday 27th in the English Premier League, Everton will face Manchester City at the Goodison Park, desperately looking over their shoulders to avoid being locked in a relegation battle. The Cityzens’ lead in the table has been significantly reduced following last week’s setback at the hands of Tottenham. The visitors must make amends in this game, or risk Liverpool catching up with them sooner. 

To put it mildly, Everton are struggling in the Premier League and Frank Lampard’s appointment is yet to yield the desired results. The Toffees are fighting for their lives, sitting just two points above the relegation zone. They are presently 16th in the rankings with 22 points. The repercussions for Everton if they don’t get their act together may be disastrous.  

Manchester City’s last game against Tottenham demonstrated that they can be beaten. The contest, of course, was incredibly fascinating and dramatic, as the heat of the game was maintained until the closing seconds. The Citizens lost the encounter by a score of 2-3. As a result, City’s 13-match unbeaten record came to an end. With second-placed Liverpool now just three points behind Pep Guardiola’s men, the Spaniard knows he has no room for error and Bet365 is offering a sweet 15/2 for the City to win by 3 goals to nil. 

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