West Bromwich (1-3-8) at Manchester City (5-4-2)
Premier League Soccer: Tuesday, December 15th 2020 at 3:00 PM (Etihad Stadium)
The Line: Manchester City -1000 / West Bromwich +2500 / Draw +1000 -- Over/Under: 3.5 Click to Get Latest Betting Odds
Manchester City faces West Bromwich on Tuesday, December 14th at Etihad Stadium for an English Premier League match.
Manchester City is coming off a 0-0 draw against Manchester United in its last Premier League match on December 12th. Manchester City had 54% of the possession and had nine total shots in the game, two of which being on target. Manchester City is now unbeaten in its last three Premier League matches, as its last loss came against the league-leaders in Tottenham on the road. Manchester City owns a 5-4-2 record and sits in 9th place in the Premier League standings. Manchester City did not get off to the strongest of starts in the Premier League, but the club has quietly caught up a bit. A game against West Bromwich should provide Manchester City with a much-needed three points in the standings. Manchester City scores 17 goals and has conceded 11 goals so far this season, giving Manchester City a +6 goal differential.
West Bromwich is coming off a 2-1 loss to Newcastle United in its last Premier League match on December 12th. West Bromwich is the only club in the Premier League with only one win this season, but at least West Bromwich has not had the misfortune of Sheffield United (not a single win this season). West Bromwich has lost four of its last five matches overall. West Bromwich has only scored nine goals this season, and the club has allowed 25 tallies to its opposition as well. Therefore, West Bromwich has a -16 goal differential in the Premier League this season.
The last time Manchester City and West Bromwich met was on January 31st of 2018 in Premier League play. In that match, Manchester City defeated Bromwich by the final score of 3-0.
I like Manchester City to earn the easy win and grab a three-goal victory at home. West Bromwich is more than likely not going to score here, and I think Manchester City could score three goals in a single half.