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Rupert Wyman 20th Aug 2011 - 11:20

City Kun win at a Bigger price!

Mancini could be about to unleash a strike force against Bolton that 'could' become one of the most feared and respected partnerships in Europe. He could play their new £38 million signing Aguero alongside the want-away striker Carlos Tevez.

Aguero was immense against Swansea and he opened his City account with two goals after coming off the bench. He should start for Man City, and they are 5/6 to win at Bolton, the draw is 12/5 and the home win is 7/1.

City should be a shorter price. Here at William Hill, we have gone BIG on Man City and the 5/6 represents cracking value.

Bolton terrorised a poor QPR last weekend but Man City should have too much quality in this derby. City have the strongest squad in Europe and the outcasts such as Bridge, Adebayor, Santa-Cruz and Bellamy could walk into Bolton's first-team.

Bolton look weak up-front, Tuncay is light-weight and Davies is relied upon to rack up the goals. They are also now without Elmander and Daniel Sturridge, they are a weaker proposition than last season. City have a massive squad and the players know that they need to be on-form to keep their places.

There is a real belief at the club that they can win the league this season.  The half-time/full time double result Man City/Man City looks a great price at 7/4, with Aguero and Tevez in attack, they can cause havoc at Bolton.

If you are looking for a big price, Man City -3 goals is 16/1. Two seasons ago, City faced a Burnley side that play good stylish, attacking football like Bolton and they found themselves 5-0 up at half-time before easing off on a waterlogged pitch.

Bolton's players are no match for Manchester City, they are better off 'parking the bus' infront of the goal and trying to steal a point. City will outplay Bolton at the Reebok Stadium and the goals could flow.

Man City are 5/4 to keep a clean sheet and Bolton will pack the midfield with five players and have Kevin Davies up-front as a lone striker. At the end of last season, the two teams clashed in the league and the gulf in class was obvious, the City midfield was too strong.

City's only major problem concerns selection issues. Nasri has not yet arrived but the squad is packed full of talented players. He can adjust his tactics to suit individual players and with the likes of Balotelli and Dzeko on the bench, simple changes can get results.

Man City will be too strong for Bolton and 5/6 is just too big on a side that could bring the title across Manchester.




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