Brighton and Hove Albion make a trip to the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday night to take on Manchester City for their English Premier League encounter.
Chris Hughton’s men will be heading into this game with a lot of confidence after stunning Manchester United 1-0 in their last outing, thanks to Pascal Gross' effort which secured their place in the top-flight next season.
However, considering their poor outings prior to the win over the Red Devils where they have failed to nick three points in their last seven games across all competitions, Bet9ja has tagged them as massive underdogs for this clash at the price of (20.00).
The last time Brighton played a stalemate with City was in 2008 in a League Cup clash, although they later lost the tie in a penalty shoot-out, the same betting firm is offering (9.10) for a draw here at the end of 90 minutes of action.
Pep Guardiola will likely give some fringe players in the squad a chance to impress. Notwithstanding, they are still favourites to come out victorious in the tie at the odds of (1.12), given that they have won all but one of their previous four games.
Goals will likely be at a premium in this match, bearing in mind that City are the highest scoring side in the league this season with 102 goals and (1.40) is on offer for three or more goals to surface in the blue half of Manchester.
City have registered the opening goal in five of their last six games and are (1.12) to continue the impressive record. Raheem Sterling boasts of 18 goals in 32 league games and is on offer at (1.67) to find the back of the net in the match with Bet9ja.