Manchester City vs Bournemouth – Premier League preview, prediction, odds, how to watch on TV and live stream

Manchester City will be looking to make it six successive league victories when they welcome Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth.

Three days after demolishing West Ham at the London Stadium, Pep Guardiola’s side secured progression into the Champions League knockout stages after coming from behind twice to secure a 2-2 draw with Lyon.

They now return to domestic action against Bournemouth who have lost all of their previous three games, the latest of which came against Arsenal last weekend. 


Fantasy Premier League tips: Gameweek 14





1/10 Leroy Sané

2/10 Anthony Martial

3/10 Salomon Rondon

4/10 Felipe Anderson

5/10 Christopher Schindler

6/10 Wayne Hennessey

7/10 Matt Doherty

8/10 Aaron Wan-Bissaka

9/10 Raheem Sterling

10/10 Raul Jimenez

1/10 Leroy Sané

2/10 Anthony Martial

3/10 Salomon Rondon

4/10 Felipe Anderson

5/10 Christopher Schindler

6/10 Wayne Hennessey

7/10 Matt Doherty

8/10 Aaron Wan-Bissaka

9/10 Raheem Sterling

10/10 Raul Jimenez

What time does it start?

Manchester City vs Bournemouth kicks off at 3pm (BST)

Where can I watch it?

The match will not be shown live on TV or online in the UK. 

Independent Sport will keep you up to date with all the goals as they fly in via our live blog.

Highlights will be shown at 10:30pm on BBC One.

Player to watch…

Aymeric Laporte: The 24-year-old has started all of City’s Premier League and Champions League fixtures this season and nodded home his second goal of the season against Lyon in midweek. However, it was yet another fine defensive display, that included goal-saving and generally well-timed tackles, which made the former Athletic Bilbao defender stand out against the French side.  

Form guide… 

Manchester City: WWWWWD

Bournemouth: DWWLLL

Odds…

Manchester City to win: 1/10

Bournemouth to win: 22/1

Draw: 19/2

(Odds provided by 888 Sport)

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