Start: 1800, 07/15/2020

Stadium: Etihad Stadium

TV: Sky Sports

Bournemouth ended its long wait for a victory over the weekend but was unable to face a much tougher ordeal as they tried to maintain that momentum.

Manchester City may not be able to catch champion Liverpool, but consecutive 5-0 wins against Newcastle and Brighton show they are not relaxing in the Premier League.

Seven of Bournemouth's last 10 away games have seen at least one team fail in the score, so we're endorsing "no" on both teams to mark the market on 9/10 as our Man City opening prediction vs Bournemouth.

A look at Manchester City's betting odds
City has had a couple of setbacks since the season resumed, with losses at Chelsea and Southampton, but have been relentless in the other five games.

Those five wins presented clean sheets for Pep Guardiola's men, who received a boost Monday when the club's Champions League ban was lifted.

Winning both halves has been a regular feature of recent City games, which is not surprising given the options available to Guardiola on the bench.

The last five teams visiting Etihad Stadium lost both halves and City have produced an impressive response to defeat at Southampton.

Raheem Sterling, who scored a hat-trick in Brighton, told Sky Sports: "I was disappointed last weekend with the away loss at Southampton, we created opportunities, but I didn't think we would end them."

"I think the problem we have had this season is that we have been creating a lot of opportunities, last season and the season before we finished them, but this season we have not had that luck." But we are growing, we are doing things well and that is what we have to do. "

If City are at their best, this could be a long night for visitors and hosts to win both halves of events in the Man City vs Bournemouth odds.

Man City's latest lineup: Ederson, Walker, Laporte, Mendy, Garcia, Rodri, De Bruyne, B Silva, Sterling, Jesus, Mahrez.




A look at Bournemouth's betting odds
It looked like Bournemouth's miserable run would continue when they scored a goal for Jamie Vardy against Leicester but produced an impressive comeback in the second half for a 4-1 victory.

The defeated victory ended an alarming nine-game winless race for the hosts to increase their hopes of catching relegation rivals, West Ham and Watford.

However, on a slightly sour note for the Cherries, key defender Nathan Ake left the ground on crutches after injuring himself in the first half blocking a shot by Vardy.

Eddie Howe revealed that the player is unlikely to appear in the club's remaining games, and the Bournemouth boss said: “Nathan is in pain. I think he did something to his groin.

"When there is so little time left in the season, I think it is doubtful that he will play again."

Ake will be missed against the highest-scoring team in the Premier League, as City has scored at least four goals in a league game nine times already this season.

That suggests City winning 4-0, 5-0, or 6-0 is worth betting on 4/1 for our final Man City vs. Bournemouth prediction.

Last Bournemouth line-up: Ramsdale, Ake, Stacey, Rico, Kelly, Gosling, Lerma, Brooks, Solanke, C Wilson, Groeneveld.

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Last result:

Brighton 0-5 CITY OF MAN - Raheem Sterling (3), Gabriel Jesus, Bernardo Silva

BOURNEMOUTH 4-1 Leicester - Junior Stanislas (pen), Dominic Solanke (2), Jonny Evans (og)

Head to head: Bournemouth 1-3 Man City, Bournemouth 0-1 Man City, Man City 3-1 Bournemouth, Man City 4-0 Bournemouth, Bournemouth 1-2 Man City, Bournemouth 0-2 Man City, Man City 4- 0 Bournemouth

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