Wikis Suggest Low Scoring Man City Win Against Fulham

By Sam Darby on 02/02/2012 11:41

Man City take on Fulham in the live fixture on Saturday evening and surprisingly both of these teams dropped points in their last Premiership outing. What does Valuechecker make of this fixture and what are the best bets?

Man City may have dropped points on Tuesday when they lost at Everton but dropped points is an unfamiliar expression at Eastlands this season. The Man City ValueChecker wikis show that they have won every home game this season, that’s eleven wins out of eleven in the league, a run that has seen the team score 36 goals and concede just 6 goals. On that evidence Man City could be invincible at Eastlands this season.

Man City also have a great record against bottom half teams and with Fulham sitting in 13th currently that is worth taking note of. Last season Man City picked up 49 points against the bottom ten teams, no other team in the Premiership bettered that return despite City only finishing third that season. City finished fifth the season before but still managed to pick up 41 points against bottom half teams. With City improving once again this season they could be a great bet to beat Fulham.

The Fulham ValueChecker wikis should also shed some light on this match, perhaps the most important wiki for the away side relates to a lack of goals for Fulham on their travels. Last season Fulham has more under 2.5 goals matches away from home than any other Premiership team (13 out of 19) whilst the season before it was 11 out of 19. City aren’t exactly setting the world alight either at the moment so under 2.5 goals could be a good bet here.

There are also plenty of in running pointers on the Fulham ValueChecker wikis, by clicking the highlighted link you could find many bets that could make a nice profit on any bets placed during the game between Man City and Fulham.

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