This weekend’s late kick-off comes from the Ethiad Stadium as Manchester City host QPR, as Victor Chandler report the 3-2 scoreline which was the score in both games last season, is once again proving popular with punters at a price of 28/1.
This is of course a repeat of the match that saw the Citizens win the title in the most dramatic way on the final day of last season.
City have got their title defence off to solid start with a home victory then a point away to Liverpool on Sunday, where they showed great spirit to come from behind twice.
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Roberto Mancini will be want the Ethiad to be a fortress this season, much like it was last time out and nothing less than three points with be expected here.
The Italian boss is without striker Sergio Aguero who suffered an injury in the opening weekend of the Premier League. Carlos Tevez has stepped up to the plate though and scored two goals already this campaign. Tevez is sure to lead the line again on Saturday evening.
With how tight last season was at the top, City will look at this kind of match to boost their goal difference.
As for QPR, they have certainly spent plenty of money this summer as they look to steer clear of a relegation battle, but have not had an ideal start.
They were thrashed on home soil on Swansea on the opening day, but did manage a point at Norwich last time out – even though it was not their best performance.
Mark Hughes will know that this is the kind of match where nothing will be expected of them and they go in with the pressure off.
However, another heavy defeat is something Hughes will really want to avoid and he can remind his players of how they took their opponents all the way back in May and that if they are at their best, then do have the personal capable of causing an upset.
This all gets underway at 5.30pm.