Bet Live on Manchester Derby

Published September 22, 2013 by OCR Editor

Bet Live on Manchester Derby

Manchester City v. Manchester United, Etihad Stadium, 3pm GMT.

The first Manchester derby of the 2013-14 season could take on added meaning Sunday, with Manchester City looking to grab 18-year-old superstar Adnan Zanuzaj - described as the Belgian David Beckham - from their fierce cross-town rivals. Zanuzaj's Man Utd contract will finish at the end of this season.

Both the Manchester clubs have made shaky starts to their Barclays Premier League campaigns, with two wins, one draw and one loss each for seven points from four games. They sit fourth and fifth respectively, behind fellow title contenders Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham.

In a good omen for United, both of last year's games were won by the away team. Man Utd won the first derby of the 2012-13 season when a last minute Robin van Persie free kick took a deflection off Samir Nasri for a 3-2 win. City gained revenge at Old Trafford, although it was not enough to spot United from claiming the premiership.

Man City head into this match as the slightest of favorites, quoting odds of 23/20 for the win at William Hill Sports, compared to United, 12/5, and the draw, 23/10. Hill is offering the usual range of wagering options, from double result to goalscorer markets to headline specials.

For Man City-Man Utd live betting, simply log into the online sportsbook during the match and select this match from the list. Place in-play wagers throughout the entire 90 minutes, with the betting odds updated in real-time on your desktop, mobile smartphone or tablet screen.

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See also

Premier League Live Betting: The Manchester Derby

Everything on the Line in Today's Manchester Derby

Manchester United vs Manchester City: EFL Match of the Night

International Champions Cup: Manchester United vs Manchester City

Sunday Brings Classic Derbies in the Premier League, Serie A and Eredivisie


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