After a thrilling win against Burnley in 5-0 at the weekend, Manchester City will be looking to keep on climbing the standings when they host Fulham at their Etihad Stadium on Saturday afternoon in what I expect to be a walk over match for Manchester city. Manchester City made a slow start to the season, but their recent performances are surely giving fans a reason for optimism ahead of upcoming challenges in English league. After resting several first team regulars in the Champions League clash against Porto, Pep Guardiola is likely to field the best possible side against Fulham to secure a win.
Both Aguero and Ake should be fully fit to face the Cottagers on Match day 11. The capital club, on the other hand, are seen as one of the main candidates to suffer relegation to the Championship, and given their poor start to the season, the underdogs are unlikely to spoil Man City’s party at Etihad Stadium. Serbia international Aleksandar Mitrovic is likely to be recalled to the starting eleven after coming from the bench in the last league match. Investors should put their cash in Both teams to score.
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