The reigning European champions are back in Champions League action on Wednesday, as Man City look to continue their perfect start to the group stage campaign. City will welcome RB Leipzig to Manchester, as the German side looks for a third straight win.

Before Betting On Man City vs RB Leipzig  

The battle for the top two qualifying spots in Group G has already been determined, as Man City and RB Leipzig have secured their spots in the knockout round. City hold the advantage in the race or top spot, as they have won all four of their matches in the group campaign. To this point, they have scored an impressive 12 goals and have allowed just three.

Leipzig have already secured second spot in the group, as they have won three of their four matches in Group G. Their only dropped points came in the form of a defeat against City on matchday two in the competition. But, they could threaten City’s spot at the top of the standings with a victory on Tuesday.

City have an excellent record against Leipzig, as they have won three of the previous five. At the Etihad, they have dominated previous encounters against their German rivals. That is highlighted by the fact that they have scored 13 goals and conceded just three in the previous two matches against Leipzig.

The German side has also lost each of their previous four away matches against English opposition in the Champions League. Over that period, they have conceded 20 goals, and scored just three. Their most recent away win in England was picked up in the form of a 1-0 success against Tottenham in February 2020.

City’s unbeaten record in the competition could be challenging to overlook this week, as they are unbeaten in their last 17 in the competition. The club’s most recent defeat was a second leg loss against Real Madrid in May 2022.

Man City vs RB Leipzig Offshore Odds & Pick

Match ResultOdds
Man City1.33
RB Leipzig8.60

Leipzig’s poor record in this fixture is hard to overlook. Therefore, it looks to be a safe bet to side with Man City maintaining their perfect start to the Champions League this week.