Manchester City and Liverpool collide in a blockbuster Premier League clash on Sunday evening, and bookmakers are offering new and existing customers the chance to choose from a bunch of price boosts for the match, with all winnings to be paid out in cash.
City were expected to be Liverpool’s biggest threat in their defence of the Premier League title this season, but things have not gone according to plan for Pep Guardiola’s side, who find themselves five points behind the pace-setting Reds having dropped points in half of their games so far. City know that a victory on Sunday would see them bite a large chunk out of that deficit, but on the flip side they also know that a defeat would be a major blow to their title challenge even at this early stage.
A big match like this will always have the bookmakers lining up with special promotions and this is no different. Here we rundown the Manchester City v Liverpool price boosts that are currently on offer and available to both new and existing customers, with all winnings to be paid in cash. And if you do not have an account with a bookmaker that has a tempting offer do not worry, because we have all of the information you need to sign up and claim whatever welcome offer is currently available…
Salah has failed to match the heights of his debut season on Anfield, but he remains one of the most dangerous forwards in the Premier League and he has made a flying start to the campaign by scoring seven goals in seven top-flight appearances. The Egyptian forward goes into this match having netted in each of his last three games in all competitions, so while he does not have a great record against City he has to be considered a leading candidate to help Liverpool on their way to victory.
Mane halted a four-game goal drought with his strike in the midweek win over Atalanta and he does have four goals in six Premier League appearances this season. Like team-mate Salah he does not have a good goal-scoring record against City – he has seen as many cards as he has seen goals against them – but the Senegalese ace will be a key figure for them at the Etihad Stadium and he will be a handful for the home defence.
With just two Premier League goals to his name De Bruyne is hardly a prolific hitman, but last season he did manage a career-best 13 goals in England’s top flight and he is integral to any success that Manchester City have. One of those 13 goals came in this fixture back in July so it would not be a massive surprise to see the Belgian play a goal-scoring role in what would be a huge win for Manchester City.
Sterling has got off to a slow start in the Premier League this season, scoring just two goals in six outings, but he has now hit the back of the net five times in eight games in all competitions and you just know that he would love to get one over on his old team here. He netted in City’s 4-0 rout of the Reds back in July and is a leading candidate to repeat that feat by helping shoot City to victory here.
With seven goals in seven Premier League fixtures so far, Salah has been leading the charge for table-toppers Liverpool. He does not have the best of track records against Manchester City, but when it comes to potential LFC goalscorers he is always at the top of the list and nobody on this planet would be shocked to see him net in a win for the visitors.
Sterling was on target when City thrashed Liverpool back in July and he would love nothing more than to repeat that feat to help his team close the gap on his former employers Sunday. He remains a serious goal threat for the home team, but so does Salah who has now scored seven goals in seven Premier League games this season and looks set to enjoy another goal-laden campaign.
De Bruyne is hardly prolific in front of goal, but he does chip in with goals for City and when he does he has a knack for striking from distance. 20 of his 44 strikes for the Manchester club have come from outside the penalty area so if he does net here, there is a good chance he will do it from long range.
Jesus made a goal-scoring return to action in the Champions League in midweek and he has now scored four goals in his last five appearances in all competitions for City while netting seven in his last 10. He did net score four headed goals across the 2019/20 campaign so it is not out of the realms of possibility that he nods the ball home on Sunday, especially with Virgil van Dijk sidelined.
Meetings between the two clubs tend to produce plenty of goals and both teams have netted in five of their last eight competitive fixtures, with 2-1 being the final score on a couple of occasions. Salah has been firing on all cylinders this season too, with seven goals in seven league games, so there is certainly appeal in backing the Egyptian to set Liverpool on their way to a 2-1 win here.
Jota has been in sensational form for Liverpool in recent weeks, scoring six goals in his last four appearances in all competitions and netting a hat-trick at Atlanta last time out. While the likes of Salah and Mane will immediately stand out as goal-scoring options, it is incredibly difficult to ignore the Portuguese when he is in this type of form.
Not many teams can match or better Liverpool when it comes to hitting the back of the net. They have drawn just one blank so far this season, when they lost to Arsenal in the League Cup, and they have scored one goal or less on only two occasions. But when it comes to this enhancement there is one statistic that really stands out – the Reds have netted in both halves in eight of their 12 competitive fixtures this season. That could become nine in 13 here so this is a boost worth considering, especially if you fancy Liverpool to win.
Seven Premier League games. Seven Premier League goals. Salah is once again on the goal trail in the English top flight and in this sort of form he has to be considered a leading contender to break the deadlock at the Etihad Stadium.
To say that City need a win here would be an understatement, but not only do they need a victory they need an impressive one to make a statement in the title race. They won both halves of their 4-0 rout of Liverpool back in July and if you are backing City to win on Sunday this is an enhancement worth considering because this fixtures tends to see a good number of goals either side of the break.
Sterling will be keen to fire his current employers to victory over his former employers on Sunday, and that is something he helped to do when he netted the second goal of City’s 4-0 rout of Liverpool back in July. The goals have not been flowing for him in the Premier League this season, but he still probably represents City’s biggest goal threat so him breaking the deadlock would shock few.