Manchester City would be looking to get back to winning ways as well as the top of the Premier League table when they host Everton in this early kickoff, but the Toffees almost always gets a result when they visit the Cityzens.
Chelsea defeated City 2-0 to bring their unbeaten run to an end, but the Cityzens have a 100 percent record at the Etihad in the league this season, and they haven’t lost consecutive Premier League games in a long long time.
A win or draw here would take them temporarily to the top of the Premier League table, but they face an in-form Everton side in this game.
Apart from their recent form in the league generally, Everton have a good record when they play Manchester City at the Etihad.
The Toffees haven’t lost in 4 of their last 6 visits there and the Cityzens have scored more than a goal in only one of those six games.
Marcos Silva’s men have visited Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United before this game and would feel that they can get a point here.