Man City v Copenhagen Betting Tips & Predictions

Manchester City are huge favourites for the visit of Copenhagen in Champions League Group G on Wednesday night.

Pep Guardiola’s team hammered Manchester United at the weekend and have a perfect record in the first phase of Europe’s premier club competition.

Copenhagen are goalless through two matchdays, but have one point on the board thanks to a draw with Sevilla last time out.

Avoiding a humiliating defeat would be viewed as a positive for the away side. City have been blowing teams away this season, and led United 4-0 at half-time on Sunday. 

Total Home Goals: Over 3.5

13/17 (SportNation)

Manchester City’s goals scored at home this season: 4, 4, 6, 2, 6.

Borussia Dortmund were the only team to keep City to under 3.5 goals, a feat which seems well out of reach for FC Copenhagen. The away side lost 3-0 to Dortmund, and conceded eight goals across two legs against PSV Eindhoven in the Europa League last season.

The biggest threat to this wager is City taking their foot off the gas in the second half. There is a chance, albeit a slight one, that Guardiola’s team cruise once a clear lead is built. But even then, they could add a goal or two more to get to four. 

To Score Two Or More Goals: Erling Haaland

21/20 (Bet365)

The Erling Haaland Show continued at the weekend with yet another hat-trick.

Haaland already has 17 goals in all competitions, and has a stellar record in the Champions League dating back to his time with Salzburg. 

It is extremely rare a player is as short as 21/20 to score two or more goals. Haaland, though, is deserving of this price.

Copenhagen are going to have no answer for the Norwegian goal machine on Wednesday night.

Total Cards: Under 3.5

17/20 (BetVictor)

Copenhagen received just five yellow cards over their matches with Dortmund and Sevilla. City have seen two yellows in their two matches, and are unlikely to see much on an increase in that number here.

This match could be over as a contest inside the first half an hour, leaving the players to go through the motions. Taking the competitive edge away should reduce the chance of cards.

All odds are subject to change

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