Man City will be looking to enhance their chances of winning a fourth Premier League title this weekend when they return to domestic action to host Luton. The Hatters will also be looking for an important three points, which would see them move out of the bottom three.

Schedule & How To Watch

  • When: Saturday, April 13, 2024. 10:00 AM ET
  • Where: Etihad Stadium, Manchester, England
  • How to Watch: NBC

Before Betting On Man City vs Luton

Man City remain on target to achieve an unprecedented double treble this term. The reigning Premier League champions come into this latest round of matches sitting third in the standings after winning each of their last two. They could move to the top this weekend, as they currently sit just a point behind Arsenal and Liverpool, who are both locked on 71 points at the top of the standings.

City have been one of the most difficult teams to beat once again this term. However, both of their title rivals currently boast better attacking and defensive records. But, this weekend could present City with a perfect opportunity to make in-roads into the goal difference, as they will be expected to claim a home victory by a wide margin against Luton.

Luton still have a chance of a maintaining their Premier League status at this stage of the season, as they could move out of the bottom three this weekend with a victory on the road. The Hatters sit level on points with 17th-place Nottingham Forest coming into this round, and they built momentum with a much-needed victory last weekend.

It was a dramatic finish to their previous outing in the Premier League, with the Hatters securing maximum points after netting a winner in the 90th minute. Carlton Morris was the match-winning hero in that clash with Bournemouth, which also marked the first time that Luton had come from behind to win a fixture in the Premier League this season.

Man City vs Luton Offshore Odds & Pick

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Man City appear incredibly challenging to oppose in this Premier League fixture on Saturday. Luton have put in solid performances against the top teams this term, meaning that we could see the reigning champions winning by a two-goal margin.