Everton visits Manchester City this Sunday to try changing their terrible run after being winless for the past five matches.
Will The Toffees prevent Man City from making a step further on their EPL title ambitions? Most probably not, because the race at the top is tightening, and City can’t afford to lose this match.
With Rafael Benitez’s rather unconvincing management, Everton may not stand a chance against the reigning champions.
Manchester City (60%)
Benitez is quite the “conservative” kind of manager, and playing neutral games against solid teams like Manchester City will definitely add up to nothing. He has to give his players a lot of freedom and be very brave to create any worthwhile goal-scoring chances.
Manchester City vs Everton player form update
The Sky Blues men will be back after spending the last week doing various international duties. At least most of them have been playing, keeping them in form and ready to play the upcoming local league games. Everton, on the other hand, does not have that many players in international football. In fact, Everton’s Jordan Pickford is now in a tight race for England’s number 1 as Ramsdale appears in recent world cup qualification matches. Most Manchester City vs Everton matches have ended in a city’s win, and the likelihood of a draw is extremely low.