Data experts at FiveThirtyEight have crunched the numbers to produce the chances of every team winning, losing or drawing this weekend. Palace will be looking to repeat their success at the Etihad stadium in 2021/22, when Patrick Vieira’s men trumped the champions 2-0. Newcastle then follows as the only match outside of southern England in a six-game period. Mohamed Salah has insisted Liverpool can still compete with Manchester City for the Premier League title despite taking just two points from their opening two games. The Reds have endured a difficult start to the season, after coming from behind against Fulham and Crystal Palace in their opening two fixtures. Salah assisted and scored in their opening game against Fulham, but was unable to contribute as Palace held them at Anfield.
Liverpool have been struck with an early season injury crisis, missing a host of first team players for their game against Patrick Vieira’s men. The antics of new-boy Darwin Nunez didn’t help, as he saw red for an attempted head-but on Joachim Anderson. Liverpool winger, who recently put pen to paper on a new deal at the club, insisted he and his teammates could still compete with heavyweights Manchester City, despite their slow start to the season. Talking to Sky Sports he said: “We didn’t start the way we want but I think it is part of the game, we have to react. We lost four points in the first two games but it can happen. “I think everybody is excited about the season, everybody wants to show our football again so we just need to carry on, we can’t change the past so we just focus on the next game.
Salah and Liverpool travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United on August 22. Liverpool were 5-0 victors in this fixture last season, and will be hoping to repeat the feat and kickstart their season. They then host Bournemouth, before travelling to Newcastle. At the start of September Liverpool will face Everton in the Merseyside derby, a massive game for both clubs. After analysing each team, data experts have given every side an overall rating and use that to project the outcome of any match and predict how many goals will be scored. Tottenham Hotspur’s home game with Wolves kicks off the action on Saturday lunchtime, with Antonio Conte’s men given a 65% per cent chance of victory while Wolves’ hopes of a win are rated at just 14 per cent.
Chelsea were outstanding last weekend, producing a level of performance that may just give Manchester City and Liverpool something to think about this season. With additions to the playing squad to come, Thomas Tuchel may just get more out of Chelsea than expected this campaign. Leeds shouldn’t give them too many problems, especially without Patrick Bamford. Chelsea won nine of their 10 Premier League away games last season against teams who finished in the bottom half, conceding just four goals in those games. Marc Cucurella’s intelligent, aggressive and classy performance against Tottenham caught my eye as he looks more than capable of proving an outlet from the left wing-back role for Thomas Tuchel.
His link play with Mason Mount completely tore Spurs apart at times. He isn’t perhaps as explosive in that position as Ben Chilwell or Marcus Alonso but his positional awareness and ability with the ball should see his attacking numbers spike over the course of the season. Talking about the prospect being seven points adrift of Manchester City should results not go their way Salah said: “It could be a little bit of pressure, seven points behind City, but I think it is too early to think about that.”
Players that are selected in Tuchel’s left-wing back role are given plenty of attacking licence. Last season that player averaged a goal just over every four games and registered 2.5 shots every 90 minutes. Cucurella has all the hallmarks to match that average, so there does seem to be juice in both his goalscoring and shots prices over the coming weeks. A player that is likely to score every four or so games shouldn’t be 18/1 to score at anytime against a team they are 1/2 to beat in the match market while the 11/4 on Cucurella to hit the normal shots average of two shots for a Chelsea left-wing back is as a very appealing value play too.
Manchester City is going head to head with Crystal Palace starting on 27 Aug 2022 at 14:00 UTC at Etihad Stadium stadium, Manchester city, England. The match is a part of the Premier League. Currently, Manchester City rank 3rd, while Crystal Palace hold 10th position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors. On livescore you can find all previous Manchester City vs Crystal Palace results sorted by their H2H matches. SofaScore also provides the best way to follow the live score of this game with various sports features. Therefore, you can Find out who scored in a live match Get real-time information on which team is dominating the match using the Attack Momentum Follow detailed statistics such as ball possession, shots, corner kicks, big chances created, cards, key passes, duels and more.
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NAME: Manchester City – Crystal Palace
DATE: 27 Aug 2022
TIME: 14:00 UTC
VENUE: Etihad Stadium, Manchester, England