Manchester City has dropped points in only 6 of their league games in the previous season. One among them was against Everton at home. The Merseyside team was being managed by Ronald Koeman had come away with 1-1 draw game from Etihad in which Kyle Walker, the City defender had been sent off in the forty-fourth minute.
The injury list of Manchester City keeps growing with David Silva, Benjamin Mendy, and Danilo being ruled out and some doubts that surround Kevin de Bruyne, John Stones, and Sergio Aguero’s participation.
Leroy Sane, Raheem Sterling, and Gabriel Jesus have played every minute against Hoffenheim when Bernardo Silva had been replaced only 5 minutes ago. Hence, there is a great chance that there might be some tired legs amongst the players who are fit for a player in Manchester City. That and their performance in recent times, the 14/1 regarding an Everton win might be worth considering with the attacking options of Marco Silva capable of making some changes.
Manchester City has been able to concede goals in 6 out of 9 matches in every competition. This includes the one against Southampton, Watford, and Bournemouth. They have a defense which is far from being penetrated. Thus, for the ones who aren’t brave to chance Everton because of their large price, each teams scoring appears as a great alternative at 4/5.