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Man City vs Liverpool: Is the Victor Already Clear?

2015-11-20 15:22
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The wait is finally over! The international break felt like forever, but now the Premier League can continue as per usual. Without further ado, let’s take a look at the most interesting match of Week 13: Man City against Liverpool.  Could Klopp’s squad take a bite out of the golden team?

According to the TonyBet bookies, Liverpool is not biting anyone on Saturday. They have only been given the odds of 22/5 against 31/50 that Man City got, which is pretty fair, considering the fact that they have ten players out with injuries. Jordon Ibe and James Milner are already back in training though, so it is possible that they will be deemed fit for the match.

Man City isn’t injury proof either, and Liverpool can only hope that David Silva's absence will prove to be a big help. In any case, Klopp’s magic may very well prove to be lacking – or rather, it will not be able to compensate for an injury crisis all on its own.

West Ham vs Tottenham will be worth a watch, too. The Spurs will be trying to hold on to their cozy #5 spot, meanwhile the Irons are just a position down and has been terrorising the big clubs this season. Even though going by the odds, Tottenham is a clear favourite with 53/100 against West Ham‘s 26/5, this is one of these matches where the tables can really turn.

A few teams have a good chance to make a few points – Arsenal, Chelsea, and Man United are going to be playing against West Brom, Norwich City, and Watford respectively. Now it’s no big secret that Chelsea is desperate to climb up a few positions, considering the fact that relegation is something that could actually happen to them this year, and this game is the perfect opportunity to score a win.

So far, this season has been generous in surprises - Leicester City is #3 after twelve weeks of the Premier League, West Ham is the resident dark horse, and Chelsea has been defending the champions’ title by getting to #16. There’s probably still a few treats left in this season, and the break is over and done with: so tune in and enjoy!The wait is finally over! The international break felt like forever, but now the Premier League can continue as per usual. Without further ado, let’s take a look at the most interesting match of Week 13: Man City against Liverpool.  Could Klopp’s squad take a bite out of the golden team?

According to the TonyBet bookies, Liverpool is not biting anyone on Saturday. They have only been given the odds of 22/5 against 31/50 that Man City got, which is pretty fair, considering the fact that they have ten players out with injuries. Jordon Ibe and James Milner are already back in training though, so it is possible that they will be deemed fit for the match.

Man City isn’t injury proof either, and Liverpool can only hope that neither Sergio Aguero nor David Silva manage to come back for the game – although they are keen to do so. If the pair manages to run into the pitch, Klopp’s magic may very well prove to be lacking – or rather, it will not be able to compensate for an injury crisis all on its own.

West Ham vs Tottenham will be worth a watch, too. The Spurs will be trying to hold on to their cozy #5 spot, meanwhile the Irons are just a position down and has been terrorising the big clubs this season. Even though going by the odds, Tottenham is a clear favourite with 53/100 against West Ham‘s 26/5, this is one of these matches where the tables can really turn.

A few teams have a good chance to make a few points – Arsenal, Chelsea, and Man United are going to be playing against West Brom, Norwich City, and Watford respectively. Now it’s no big secret that Chelsea is desperate to climb up a few positions, considering the fact that relegation is something that could actually happen to them this year, and this game is the perfect opportunity to score a win.

So far, this season has been generous in surprises - Leicester City is #3 after twelve weeks of the Premier League, West Ham is the resident dark horse, and Chelsea has been defending the champions’ title by getting to #16. There’s probably still a few treats left in this season, and the break is over and done with: so tune in and enjoy!