- Man City have won three out of three Group C matches so far.
- The Citizens scored three goals in each of those victories, including in their 3-0 win over Olympiakos in Manchester.
- Olympiakos have scored in eight home games in a row in all competitions.
City one step away from qualification
Manchester City’s domestic form may be floundering, but the Citizens have looked a cut above in Champions League Group C so far, and the Premier League giants look favourites to make it four wins from four when they travel to Greece this week.
Pep Guardiola’s side have excelled on the continent so far this term, winning and scoring three times in each of their first three Group C assignments, and having put Olympiakos to the sword with relative ease at the Etihad earlier this month, the Citizens should prove too strong for the Greeks again in Attica on Wednesday.
A fourth victory on the spin would seal City’s place in the knockout round of the competition in lightening quick time, and the Manchester behemoths form suggest they should find claiming three points at the Karaiskaki Stadium a relatively smooth task.
Olympiakos were meek opponents in Manchester three weeks ago, though the Erythrolefki are generally a tougher prospect on their own patch, and having notched in eight successive matches at home, the Greek side look capable of notching a consolation this week.
As a result, the Man City win and both teams to score combination is favoured at the prices quoted for Wednesday’s tussle, while our correct score prediction tips the free-scoring Citizens to maintain their three goals per game average with a 3-1 victory over their hosts.