Everton vs Man City: Prediction, Odds and Best Bets - Sunday, May 14th
Alex Buck reveals his picks for Everton vs Manchester City in the English Premier League matchday 36, with four best bets.
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The fate of the Premier League title sits firmly in the hands of Manchester City. Win the four remaining games and win the title, it's that simple for the Citizens, and it starts with Sunday's matchup against Everton.
Manchester City are set to travel to Merseyside to take on a struggling Everton team fighting to avoid relegation. Pep Guardiola's men are on a stunning run of form, having won their last 10 games and remained unbeaten in their last 14. They have now taken over as the front runners in the Premier League and will look to maintain their momentum by winning their remaining matches and holding onto their lead.
We’ve got some free soccer picks for the game, so if you bet on the Premier League, this one’s for you. Let’s take a look at some Manchester City vs Everton stats and make some picks on the game.
Everton vs Manchester City Odds & Spread – Premier League Betting Lines 5/14
3-way handicap: Everton +1 (+220) | Draw -1 (+275) | Manchester City -1 (-110)
Draw No Bet: Everton (+475) | Manchester City (-1000)
Over/Under Goals: Over 2.5 (-163) | Under 2.5 (+125)
Double Chance: Everton or Tie (+220) | Tie or Manchester City (-1200) | Everton or Manchester City (-600)
Both teams to score: Yes (-106), No (-120)
1st Goal: Everton (+275) | No Goal (+1100) | Manchester City (-300)
Everton vs Manchester City Preview
Date: May 14th 2023
Time: 10:00 A.M. EST
TV channel: Peacock
Live stream: Peacock
It's not been a pleasant season for Everton by any stretch of the imagination. Most Everton fans only know life in the Premier League, having been a top tier club for 70 years. Only Arsenal have been in the top league for longer, but things are certainly going to be tense for the Everton fans down the stretch.
With three games to play Everton sit two points above the relegation zone and Leicester City in 18th place. Leicester haven’t won in three games while Everton thumped an injury riddled Brighton team 5-1 last time out. The win pulled them out of the bottom three, but they now turn to face a Manchester City side that hasn’t lost a game in 14 straight league outings.
The Manchester giants have steamrolled their way through Premier League fixtures in recent weeks, with very little error and a stunning level of dominance in one of the world’s most competitive leagues.
Erling Haaland leads the league with 35 goals this season, proving to be every bit as dangerous as he was in the Bundesliga in the Premier League, and Everton are going to have their work cut out to try and silence him for 90 minutes.
Manchester City vs Everton history leans heavily towards City, winning nine of the last ten while the most recent meeting ended in a draw. Everton last beat City in January 2017, so the odds are certainly stacked against them here.
Everton vs Manchester City Line-ups & Injuries
Manchester City will likely be without center back Nathan Ake who was forced off against Leeds last weekend and didn’t feature in the mid-week Real Madrid clash.
Everton have been without long term club fullback Seamus Coleman, who didn’t feature in the win over Brighton and will likely be out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.
Ben Godfrey will also be out with a groin injury, with manager Sean Dyche citing that he just isn’t ready to come back yet.
Everton vs Manchester City Prediction and Picks
We’ll kick off our Premier League prop bets today with Erling Haaland. He didn’t score against Leeds last weekend which marked the first time in seven games that he hasn’t found the back of the net in the Premier League.
Before being held scoreless in his last game, the Norwegian Manchester City striker scored seven goals in five games, including back-to-back braces against Southampton and Leicester City. With Everton's defense missing a few key players and City closing in on the league title, Haaland should be back on the score sheet on Sunday.
The Pick: Erling Haaland to score anytime (-188)
Everton’s win over Brighton in their last appearance had a huge impact on their survival hopes, especially with this game coming up. One might think that some momentum coming out of that game could help them to rally against City, but this is just a bridge too far for them, and our Premier League score predictions lean heavily towards the league leaders.
Manchester City have returned from their midweek Champions League fixture in Madrid. However, with one of the deepest squads in the sport, they should have no difficulty in handling their business against Everton over the weekend. I am confident enough to predict a margin of at least two goals in City's favor.
The Pick: Manchester City 3-way handicap -1 (-110)
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Although Everton is facing a tough end to the season as they battle relegation, they have been able to score seven goals in their last two matches. Meanwhile, Manchester City have not been consistent when it comes to keeping clean sheets, conceding at least one goal in six of their last seven Premier League games.
Considering Nathan Ake's uncertain status, this could be an area on the pitch that Everton look to attack. Given their recent form in front of goal, combined with City’s ruthless approach during this seasons Premier League run in, I can see both teams scoring on matchday 35. Let’s add both teams to score to our soccer betting slip for the weekend.
The Pick: Both Teams to Score - Yes (-106)
Finally, let’s round out the Premier League predictions this weekend with some attacking action. There could be a lot of goals in this match. Manchester City will be aiming to make a statement with one game in hand over Arsenal, and only five Premier League clubs have conceded more goals than Everton this season.
Given that City are currently one of the most potent attacking teams in the world, they’ll look to dominate possession in Everton’s half. City will most likely score in the first half, which will put Everton under pressure to get back into the game. This could create a lot of space for City on the counterattack and most likely result in more goals throughout the second half.
The Pick: Total Goals Over 3.5 (+160)
Odds are subject to change*
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