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Manchester City vs Leicester City – can Leicester cause a shock?
Manchester City are basically guaranteed to win this season’s Premier League as they have dominated from the beginning of the season and have lost just once. They have a challenge if they want to set a new points total, though, as Chelsea have the record of 95 points that has not been beaten in over 10 years. Manchester United are 13 points off the lead, but with just 12 games to go it does not seem likely that they will get any closer.
City could even win four trophies this season. Pep Guardiola did not win anything in his first season in English football. They play Arsenal in the English League Cup and Tipbet.com already have odds on the big match at Wembley – view them today. The Premier League leaders already have 69 points and have completely dominated in most of their games, winning 22 times.
The teams below them are all fighting to get into the top four and qualification to the Champions League that it brings. There is an important game this weekend as Arsenal play Tottenham in a London derby.
Leicester City won the Premier League in 2016 but they are not involved in the top four race this season. They are in eighth place and have 35 points, so are not in danger of realistically dropping into relegation danger. However, the best that they can hope for is seventh place. They are also doing well in the FA Cup and have a chance to reach the quarter-finals when they play Sheffield United. Claude Puel is doing a good job and will be aiming even higher next season.
For great Premier League football odds, why not check out the Tipbet.com website. They have 82 separate markets for this game. Manchester City are of course favourites and they can be backed at 1.22 to get yet another three points. They also get involved with the Champions League once more next week. On Saturday, the Foxes are 7.00 to get one point – which could put them level with Burnley – or 12.2 to get a win.
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