FansBet Predictor game Week 11: How many goals will Manchester City score vs Southampton?

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How many goals in total will there be?

Southampton are in the business of conceding goals at the moment after their shocking 9-0 demolition at home to Leicester City last Friday.

Having to play with ten men for 80 minutes of the game is no excuse for the disaster that followed and serious questions have been and will continue to be asked about manager Ralph Hasenhuttl.

It doesn’t get any easier for The Saints this weekend as they travel to the home of the champions, who aren’t shy in finding the back of the net. They’ve literally put eight past another Premier League team this season themselves.

There may not be any hope of Southampton pulling off a shock result at The Etihad but they can take some heart from only conceding three when the two sides met in the Carabao Cup in midweek.

Pep Guardiola’s side are the top goalscorers in the league so far this season, netting 32 goals in their ten games so far while Southampton’s goal difference is the joint-lowest in the division following the Leicester debacle.

Expect there to be goals in this one, but with the visitors striving to avoid an embarrassment two weekends running.

Don’t be surprised to see the Saints be genuinely happy to keep this to four goals.


What will the final result be?

On first glance, a Premier League match between Sheffield United and Burnley may not be the most glamorous and appealing to your neutral fan but theres actually a lot to get your teeth into in this game at Bramall Lane.

Chris Wilder’s side have made a highly respectable start to this campaign, their first since promotion from the Championship, currently lying in the heavy heights of eighth position, level on points with Manchester United.

A look at the table may suggest Burnley are struggling, sat in 13th, but they have had a solid start to the season and are only one point behind their hosts on Saturday.

The Blades are in strong form after picking up a win over Arsenal and a draw away at West Ham United over the last few weeks, meanwhile Burnley come into this off the back of a 4-2 defeat at home to Chelsea.

There have been draws in seven of the 20 games these two sides have played in so far this season and the safe money is on Sean Dyche’s side recovering from last weekend’s defeat and steadying up at the back to enable they don’t succumb to a second consecutive defeat.

Bank on a solid 1-1 draw on Saturday.


What time will the first goal be in the second half?

Two sides that are in desperate need of a result and a change in fortunes with both managers involved on Sunday the two most likely to be the first to lose their jobs this season.

Everton find themselves in 16th position in the league after last week’s dramatic 3-2 loss to Brighton and Hove Albion, but their win over Watford in the Carabao Cup in midweek may have given Marco Silva some respite.

Mauricio Pochettino will have been mildly satisfied that his side managed to hold off Liverpool for the majority of their clash last Sunday but Spurs are already eight points off the Champions League places and not far from finding themselves in a position where that ground is too much to make up.

Expect this to be a cagey, nervy clash that may not be decided until late in the game. The first goal of the game, never mind the first goal of the second half is likely to come in the 70th-80th minute.


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