How Will City Cope Without Aguero?
Manchester City are just 9/4 to win the Premier League – the shortest price that they have been since the opening weekend of the Premier League although with Sergio Aguero injured, the task has become slightly more difficult. William Hill make them 5/2 to win their next five Premier League matches and 5/1 to score 16 or more goals in those games, however, Aguero himself, has seen his odds of top scoring in the Premier League drift from 5/6 to 5/4 while Diego Costa is now the favourite at 5/6.
Leicester currently find themselves at the bottom of the Premier League and their manager is the 11/10 favourite to be the next manager to leave his job. Leicester are 4/6 second favourites for the drop behind Burnley at 2/7.
Andy Carroll had a blistering return to form for West Ham last weekend and he is 11/10 to make England’s next international squad in March (4/6 not to).
How many goals will Manchester City score in their next five games: 14/1 0-5 goals; 6/1 6-7 goals; 10/3 8-9 goals; 5/2 10-11 goals; 10/3 12-13 goals; 6/1 14-15 goals; 5/1 16 goals or more
Manchester City to win their next five games: 5/2
Premier League top scorer: 5/6 Diego Costa; 5/4 Sergio Aguero; 9/1 Alexis Sanchez; 33/1 Robin van Persie; 40/1 Charlie Austin; 40/1 Romelu Lukaku; 40/1 Wayne Rooney; 40/1 Wilfried Bony; 50/1 BAR
Next Premier League manager to leave: 11/10 Nigel Pearson; 4/1 Alan Irvine; 4/1 Brendan Rodgers; 10/1 Steve Bruce; 16/1 Mauro Pochettino; 16/1 Neil Warnock; 20/1 BAR
Premier League relegation: 2/7 Burnley; 4/6 Leicester; 11/8 QPR; 7/4 Crystal Palace; 7/4 Hull; 5/2 West Brom; 3/1 Sunderland; 6/1 Aston Villa; 12/1 BAR
Premier League winner: 1/2 Chelsea; 94Manchester City; 12/1 Manchester United; 66/1 Arsenal; 150/1 Liverpool; 250/1 Southampton; 300/1BAR
Will Andy Caroll be in the next England squad (March 2015): 11/10 yes; 4/6 no