- Manchester City won the last time they played Manchester United.
- Manchester City is currently the favorites to win the match.
- Manchester United is currently outranked by Manchester City in the English Premier League.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Manchester United and Manchester City are set to play on Saturday, December 7.
The odds certainly favor Manchester City right now, as USA online sportsbooks set odds of -333 on Manchester City to beat Manchester United. As for United, they are +790 to take the upset over Manchester City.
Manchester United is currently ranked sixth in the England Premier League while Manchester City is ranked third.
Although Manchester United seems to be the underdogs, this could still end up being a highly contested match. Both teams are currently coming into this match off a hot win. Manchester United defeated Tottenham on Wednesday with a score of 2-1. On the other side, Manchester City won their last match against Burnley FC 4-1.
Manchester City is coming into this match with healthier players, though. Three players are currently benched from Manchester City due to injuries and one is questionable. Manchester United is currently benching five players due to injury and two others may not be able to play.
However, looking at soccer betting trends could be a way for bettors to get the best out of this matchup. Manchester City has not won any consecutive league games since November began but its possible they break this streak against Manchester United. But Manchester United is likely going to use this dry spell to their advantage in the upcoming match.
The last time these two teams played was back in April earlier this year. Manchester City ended up winning that match with a score of 2-0. But this season, Manchester United is undefeated against the top six teams in the league so far. In short, the Manchester Derby could go either way.
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