We’ve got the best betting advice for Thursday’s big Manchester derby at the Etihad.
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Man City led just after the hour mark in their FA Cup semi-final with Arsenal, yet couldn’t complete the job and went on to lose in extra time. Guardiola’s side haven’t been at their best against the stronger teams this term, holding a disappointing W2-D4-L5 record against the top seven, though on home soil it reads a more respectable W1-D3-L1, with the sole defeat against Chelsea.
With Ibrahimovic injured and Rashford on the bench against Burnley, Martial and Rooney stepped up for Man Utd in their last game as they ran out 2-0 winners at Turf Moor. They’ve now gone unbeaten in 23 games, and they’ve been better on the road than at home of late with seven wins from their last eight. Against top-seven sides this season the Red Devils are a very even W2-D5-L2, with seven of these nine games featuring two goals or less, which is hardly a surprise from a Mourinho team: 15 of his 19 road trips to top-four teams since 2005/06 have seen fewer than three goals.
Given the absences of Ibrahimovic, Rojo, Pogba and Mata for the visitors and potentially David Silva and Aguero for the hosts, we can see Mourinho playing for the draw. His side hold two games in hand over Liverpool in third, and despite his team’s dominant away record of late it should be noted that only one of their last eight road trips has been against top-half opposition in the form of West Brom. We’re backing the ‘Jose special’ draw here, while we’d also recommend under 2.5 goals.
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