How to watch Man City vs Wolves Premier League live and match preview
Wolves will be keen to stay in touch with the top 6 as they take on Manchester City. Here's how you can watch.
5 wins in a row have allowed Manchester City to displace Chelsea at the top of the table. The rampaging team from the sky blue half of Manchester are looking ominous and putting up some terrific defensive numbers.
Wolverhampton Wanderers had enjoyed an impressive start to the Premier League season, but the last month has been patchy with only 1 victory coming in a stretch of 5 matches. This leaves them sitting in eighth place on the table, 3 points short of Europa League spots.
When is Man City vs Wolves?
This match kicks off at 11:30pm AEDT on Saturday 11 December at the City of Manchester Stadium.
How to watch Manchester City vs Wolves live
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Who will win Man City vs Wolves?
Manchester City have won 5 Premier League matches in a row, scoring 12 times and conceding just 3 in that run. The 3 goals they've conceded have come in each of their last 3 fixtures, with City winning those 3-1, 2-1 and 2-1.
It has been enough to secure them top spot on the table, jumping over Chelsea and holding Liverpool at arms length for the time being.
Wolves collected 16 points from their first 8 matches this season, but have gathered just 5 in their last 5 with a couple of recent injuries not helping their cause.
Wolves have shown themselves capable of producing very good football and Manchester City are conceding goals despite their winning form, so they can certainly compete. But it's hard to see them doing enough to end the winning streak and we think another 2-1 victory is on offer for City.
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