Manchester City – Dortmund: Match for the 2nd matchday of Group G at ‘Etihad’. No problems for City in the premier league, they had no trouble beating Sevilla 4-0 in Andalucia. Proving in the start that she is the absolute favorite for the first place in the group. There is no question of qualification, but she wants to get a head start quickly and devote herself to the rest of her duties. They remain unbeaten in the Premier League after six games, are level on 14th and second along with Tottenham Hotspur and one point behind leaders Arsenal. Guardiola can’t count on Laporte, Stones and Walker are doubtful.
The premiere match turned out to be easy for Dortmund as well. They beat Copenhagen 3-0 at ‘Signal Iduna Park’ and showed that they can at least claim second place in the group. Essentially, it will duel with Sevilla for the qualification ticket. However, the ‘slap’ from Leipzig was resounding, they were defeated with a score of 3-0 away from home and remained in 5th place. But within shooting distance of the top, only -2 from Union Berlin. The roster is full but there are many absences for the Westphalians. Knocked out Benoit-Gittens, Dahoud, Hazard, Kobel, Bautha, Alle is fighting his own battle.
Manchester City – Dortmund: Obviously no special analysis is needed for City. The addition of Haaland helped them find the all-weather scorer they were missing, offering a distinct entity to their attack. The bet for Guardiola is to win the Champions League, however the ‘citizens’ claim the trophy in every competition they participate in. Balance, rotation and economy of forces are therefore required over time. Dortmund is a team with talent to spare and solutions on every line. It is still being built and does not avoid mishaps, especially when the naivety that characterizes it inhibitingly comes to the surface. Ale’s serious health problem leaves a gap that cannot be filled, even more so since Modest and Mullen have yet to find a rhythm.
Clear favourite, to such an extent that the set does not offer any particular betting value. Dortmund will fight for it, but the chances of leaving the Etihad with a result are few. She will also find opposite Haaland, who knows her very well as her former player until a few months ago. The point, goals, handicaps and even the option for the Norwegian forward to score are well read and generally unprofitable. City will come in strong trying to untangle as quickly as possible. Coupled with Dortmund’s defensive gaps, he can do it. Turn to a specialist and we will bet on the over 1.5 goals in the 1st half at odds of 1.91 on TigersBet.