Manchester City are 6/1 to not lose a match during the Premier League season. Those odds were published after they beat United at Old Trafford in the Manchester derby on Sunday. The final score was 2-1 to the visitors but that was flattering because City dominated possession and created more chances. The sides score most goals in the last 10 minutes of fixtures in the league and City could have added at least one goal to their tally in the closing stages. The Premier League is done and dusted and that 6/1 looks a steal because City are that good.
There is a full programme of matches in the Premier League this week and one of those brings together the team at one from bottom of the league and the team at the top. City visit Swansea on Tuesday and they are 2/9 with William Hill to win this match. The money buyers will be interested in a 22% return on investment because City will not drop points in South Wales. It’s time to pay out punters who backed City for the title as they are 11 points clear and can complete the season unbeaten.
With no Monday night fixture in the Premier League the main football betting action is the Championship meeting when Cardiff visit Reading tonight. The away side are on a run of four consecutive wins and they can make that five tonight. Wolves are the current league leaders but Cardiff can close the gap to two points by beating Reading on the road. Reading are missing half their first 11 through injury and CARDFF are a team in form so must be backed at 6/4 with Ladbrokes to win tonight.
There was an inspection at Southwell at 8am so the only confirmed meeting in Britain today is over the jumps at Fontwell (2.15pm) and there is no racing scheduled in Ireland. When a Class 3 handicap chase with just over £6,000 up for the grabs for the winner is the most valuable race you know it’s a quiet racing day. If the industry had one blank day it would be Monday but bookmakers want to keep the show on the road regardless of the quality. Forced to give a tip in the race RAMSES DE TEILLEE is the bet even with a penalty at 6/4 with William Hill.