We take a look at the betting tips for Everton vs Man City final EPL game of the calendar year prices from Melbet Welcome Bonus
Everton started the season strongly with 4 straight wins that saw them topping the table earlier on before fading away thanks to a bad mix of injuries and suspensions to key players. They have however had a strong comeback with some of these players like Richarlison making their way back to the squad and have picked up enough wins to take them back into top-four contention.
They have won their last three games. It’s not just the wins though, it’s who they are winning against – on this case, at home to Arsenal and Chelsea and away at Leicester, which certainly underlines the threat they pose when they are fully fit and shooting from all cylinders.
A win over Manchester City, tough as it may be, may well be the statement they need to clear any doubts about their ability to sustain this challenge for the entirety of the season.
Besides Arsenal, the Citizens have perhaps been one of the most underwhelming teams this season. In a season they were supposed to set the marker and reclaim their crown which they lost to Liverpool – by a lot, they have come up way short. They are eighth in the league winning just 6 of their 13 league games thus far, scoring a paltry 19 goals and conceding 12. Hardly the form for a title challenger.
They’ve shown glimpses of their potential but those have been far and few in between. Despite their inconsistency though, they are well within touching distance of the top 4 and they have a game in hand.
Like Everton, they too have dealt with a fair share of injury issues but seem to be getting most of their players back including Aguerro.
Everton have their eyes set on European competition finish this season and they look like great value to land on either a top 4 or top 6 finish that will fulfil that goal for Carlo Ancelotti and his charges. They have looked the part when playing the top sides, picking up huge wins over Chelsea, Leicester and Arsenal in short order to put out the memo that they are here to stay. We expect another dogged performance against a City team that has been all bark and no bite to start the season. We feel there is value in backing Everton here on the +2 handicap which is priced @ 1.58 at Melbet as our first betting tip.
City has struggled to find their flow and rhythm, particularly on the road. While they are still expected to challenge for the title they will not find it easy with teams looking at footage of their struggles to generate goals as regularly as they used to. Ancelotti will not give Kevin De Bruyne the freedom to pull the strings from midfield here and with no David Silva as a secondary playmaker, City will continue struggling to create chances. We are backing City to score Under 2.5 goals @ 1.45 with Melbet for our final call.
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