Manchester City are one of four sides with a perfect record in Champions League play, and could extend that streak with a win over Young Boys on Tuesday.
The reigning champions are just two weeks removed from a 3-1 win over the Swiss opponents, and have won four of their last five. They have continued their dominant form for much of that stretch and are expected to do just that when they return to action.
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How to watch and odds
- Date: Tuesday, Nov. 7 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
- Location: Etihad Stadium — Manchester, England
- Watch: Paramount+
- Odds: Manchester City -1660; Draw +1100; Young Boys +2500
The last time these two squared off, City picked up a deserved win but things got nervy at times. The teams went into halftime goalless and City eventually took the lead only for Young Boys to find an equalizer four minutes later. Erling Haaland, though, came to the rescue and scored a brace to give his side the advantage.
Since City’s loss to Arsenal on Oct. 8, the team has won all of their matches in dominant fashion. Haaland has five goals during that five-game stretch, while Julian Alvarez has also been in fine form. The pair should repeat those fortunes if they find the field, but even without them, they will be in good hands with the likes of Jeremy Doku.
This is City’s match to lose, and with all of their attacking options, they probably won’t. No matter the personnel, expect the reigning champions to dominate from start to finish. Pick: Manchester City 3, Young Boys 0