Nottingham Forest vs Man City Bet Builder Tips: 7/1 shot for away win

 | 27th April | 

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Manchester City kept up their seemingly unstoppable charge towards another Premier League title with a 4-0 win over Brighton on Thursday night. Now sitting two points ahead of Liverpool and just one point behind Arsenal with a game in hand, it looks as though City will make it four titles in a row in May. 

Next up, they travel to Nottingham to take on Forest on Sunday, with kick-off at 16:30 (Sky Sports Main Event). Below you can find my Nottingham Forest vs Man City Bet Builder Tips, as Pep Guardiola’s winning machine heads to the East Midlands. 

Nottingham Forest vs Man City Bet Builder Tips

  • Man City to win 
  • BTTS - No
  • Phil Foden and Julian Alvarez  to score

#PickYourPunt pays 7/1

Man City to win 

Do I have to explain this selection? I expect Man City to win every game for the rest of the season, especially against a Forest side battling relegation. They shouldn’t have any trouble dispatching the Tricky Trees, who lost 2-0 to Everton last time out and look in serious danger. 

City will probably turn up and roll them over, without any trouble at all. We all know how magnificent they are, but it is all rather predictable as we approach the final run-in. Arsenal are desperate for a sky blue slip-up, but they are unlikely to get one at the City Ground. 


Essentially backing City to win to nil, as they did against Brighton in the Premier League and Chelsea at Wembley, in the FA Cup semi-final. With Kyle Walker back in the frame, their defence is looking far more solid, and his pace is able to cover for the other centre-backs. 

It means City can play higher up the pitch and press their opponents into mistakes, as we saw at the Amex Stadium on Thursday night. This should be fairly routine for City, and after their poor showing at Goodison Park, I’m not expecting too much from the home side. 

Phil Foden and Julian Alvarez  to score

Let’s pick out a couple of City goalscorers to make this #PickYourPunt worth backing. The away side have changed slightly since Erling Haaland got injured, but they certainly haven’t got any worse. Alvarez has come into the XI and found the net against Brighton, with the Argentine set to continue up front. 

I’m more than happy to back him to find the net, while Phil Foden is the man that nobody can stop this term. He is surely now set to win the PFA Player of the Year award, and found the net twice against Brighton. Eight goals in his last six Premier League appearances, he’s stepped up to the plate when City truly needed him. He will be pivotal if City are to go on and win the title, and I’m expecting another goal from the Englishman on Sunday afternoon. 


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