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Manchester City scored two or more goals in thirteen of their nineteen home league games last season, so far this term they have score four at home to Newcastle and two at Cardiff. The home side will have the lions share of possession in this match and I expect them to be able to put at least two past Hull.
Hull are the opposite of Man City. Last season they only managed to score more than one on their travels eight times in twenty-three games, they also failed to score on seven occasions. Over the course of the whole season they failed to score in twelve games and finished fourteenth in the goals scored table with sixty-one.
Hull haven’t scored from open play yet in their two Premier League games this season and it took them 107 minutes to score in their midweek League Cup tie at Leyton Orient.
With all the above in mind I have taken a look at the Asian Handicap markets, whereby your stake is returned if it’s a ‘draw’ after the handicap is applied.
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Back Manchester City -2 Asian Handicap at 1.91 – 118Bet
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I took Everton on when they went to Norwich on the first weekend as they were to short at around 2.40 and they are priced up short again this weekend. I cannot see how a side whose away wins record for the last four seasons reads 5-4-5-4 can be given a 40%+ chance of winning, especially when they haven’t won so far this season and were taken to extra-time at home to Stevenage in Midweek. In my opinion the absolute lowest price Everton should be in this is 2.88.
Cardiff’s’ home form was solid last season with fifteen wins, six draws and two defeats. There’s no reason to think they can’t continue with their home form, especially after beating Manchester City last weekend.
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Lay Everton at 2.40 – Betfair