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Champions League Final: Man City vs Inter Milan Key Stats, Insights & Markets

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Haaland to score, Dzeko to take 1+ shots on target and Silva & Calhanoglu to be carded in 90 mins (was 50/1) @ 66/1

Champions League Final: Man City vs Inter Milan Key Stats, Insights & Markets

Champions League

On Saturday night, Manchester City faces Inter Milan in the Champions League final at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul.

Manchester City are looking to win the Champions League for the first time in their history and become the second-ever English team to have completed the treble, which includes winning the Premier League title and FA Cup alongside the Champions League - the only other side to have done this in England are their city rivals, Manchester United back in 1999.

Pep Guardiola’s men have had a superb season, having seen off an unlikely title threat from Arsenal, finishing five points clear of Mikel Arteta’s men on 89 points, before winning the FA Cup final at the expense of United last Saturday as Ilkay Gundogan scored an impressive brace, which included the fastest-ever goal in the FA Cup final’s history at just 12 seconds.

Inter Milan are ironically looking to win this competition for the first time since they won the treble under Jose Mourinho back in 2010. The Nerazzuri have won the Champions League/European Cup three times in their history, lifting the trophy in 1963/64 and 1964/65.

Simone Inzaghi’s men are having a decent campaign, having confirmed their place in next season’s Champions League with a third-place finish, while picking up the Coppa Italia having seen off the likes of Spezia, Atalanta and Juventus before beating Fiorentina 2-1 in the final thanks to a brace from Lautaro Martinez.

Each Side's Road to the Final

Manchester City

City started this season’s Champions League in Group G, which they comfortably topped with 14 points to their name, ahead of the likes of Borussia Dortmund, Sevilla and FC Copenhagen.

Interestingly, City’s home form has been far superior to their away form in this competition, so it will be interesting to see how they perform at a neutral venue. At the Etihad Stadium, Guardiola’s men have thrashed the likes of RB Leipzig 7-0, Bayern Munich 3-0 and Real Madrid 4-0 while drawing 1-1 in each of their away ties against the aforementioned clubs.

Round of 16: RB Leipzig 1-8 Manchester City

Quarter-Final: Manchester City 4-1 Bayern Munich

Semi-Final: Real Madrid 1-5 Manchester City

Inter Milan

Inter Milan faced a tricky test in Group C, with it being regarded as the group of death having been tasked with advancing from a group containing the likes of Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Viktoria Plzen.

Inzaghi’s men crucially earned themselves a 3-3 draw away at Barcelona on matchday four (having beaten Xavi’s men 1-0 in the return fixture) of Group C which meant that if they picked up a win at home to Plzen that they would advance to the knockouts stage, of which they duly obliged and thrashed the Czech Republic outfit 4-0 at the San Siro.

Inter went on to finish second place in Group C with ten points to their name, setting up ties with Portuguese giants FC Porto and Benfica, before playing their arch-rivals AC Milan in the semi-finals, brushing the Rosonneri aside 3-0 on aggregate thanks to goals from Edin Dzeko, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Martinez across both legs.

Round of 16: Inter Milan 1-0 FC Porto

Quarter-Final: Benfica 3-5 Inter Milan

Semi-Final: AC Milan 0-3 Inter Milan

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Haaland & Martinez each 2+ shots on target, each team 4+ corners and each team 20+ booking pts in 90 mins @ 66/1

Manchester City Odds

Winners Odds

Manchester City come into this match as overwhelming favourites at 4/9 to win the match itself, while also being at the same odds to go ‘2 Up’ in the final.

Goalscorer Odds

Inevitably, Erling Haaland is Manchester City’s top scorer with 52 goals and nine assists in 52 matches for the Cityzens. The ex-Borussia Dortmund man is also the Champions League’s top marksman this campaign, having bagged 12 in 10 appearances, averaging a goal every 63 minutes. He is priced at 10/1 to score a header against Inter.

Meanwhile, Gundogan who has proved to be a big game player for City in his time at the club is priced at 17/2 to score first or last, as well as 3/1 to score anytime in the final. The ex-Dortmund midfielder has scored 11 goals across 50 appearances in all competitions.

Card Markets

Bernardo Silva and Rodri remain as City’s most booked players across all competitions, having been shown nine yellow cards each, with the former managing this in 54 games, one appearance less than the latter. Bernardo is priced at 7/2 to receive a yellow card while Rodri has shorter odds at 3/1.

De Bruyne 1+ shot on target in 90 mins (was 1/2) @ 1/1

Inter Milan Odds

Winners Odds

Inter’s odds to win the match on Saturday are big considering the fact that it is the Champions League final. Inzaghi’s men are priced at 11/2 to win the match, while also being at 5/1 to go ‘2 Up’.

Goalscorer Odds

As far as goalscorer odds go, ex-Manchester City man Dzeko is Inter’s top scorer in this competition with four goals and one assist in 12 matches, seeing the Bosnian priced at 11/1 to score first or 4/1 to do so anytime.

Martinez will be key to Inter Milan’s chances, as the 25-year-old World Cup winner is the Nerazzuri’s top scorer with 24 goals and nine assists in 50 matches. The 25-year-old is priced at 17/2 to score first or last while being at 3/1 to score anytime.

Card Markets

Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozovic has the worst disciplinary record of any Inter player, having been shown 11 yellow cards in just 39 appearances. The ex-Dinamo Zagreb man is priced at 2/1 to be booked.

Nicolo Barella closely follows Brozovic with nine yellow cards in 50 matches, seeing the 26-year-old come in at 2/1 odds to be cautioned against City.

Haaland to score and Silva, Barella & Calhanoglu to each commit 2+ fouls in 90 mins @ 16/1