|Bristol City||Team To Score First||15/4||Bet365|
|Bobby Reid||Anytime Goalscorer||22/5||Unibet|
|Aden Flint (ew)||First Goalscorer||28/1||Bet365|
Manchester City take a 2-1 lead into Tuesday’s Carabao Cup semi-final second leg with Bristol City at Ashton Gate and they are just 1/4 to win the game.
Championship side Bristol City, who have already accounted for 4 Premier League sides in this year’s competition (including Manchester United), are 13/1 with Bet365.
Lee Jonson’s men were excellent in the first leg at the Etihad, coming agonisingly close to a 1-1 draw having taken a first-half lead courtesy of a Bobby Reid penalty.
And there is every reason to suggest that they will be more competitive than those odds suggest. having beaten Stoke, Crystal Palace and United here in this cup run.
Pep Guardiola is likely to field a strong side, as he did in the first leg, but remember that they were taken to penalties by both Wolves and Leicester in this competition.
So, perhaps the best bet is on another draw at best odds of 11/2 – while we also suggest backing the hosts to score the first goal again at 15/4, both with Bet365.
As well as that first leg goal, Bobby Reid is Bristol’s top league scorer this season and he appeals at the 22/5 with Unibet to score a goal at any time in this game.
But we will also take a punt on defender Aden Flint – man of the match in the first leg. The centre-back has already scored 6 goals this season and is a real threat at corners and set pieces – back him each-way at 28/1 with Bet365 to score first.
|All odds quoted are subject to change|