On Saturday, Premier League leaders Manchester City host top of the Championship at the Etihad Stadium in what is expected to be an entertaining match for the neutrals to watch.
The both teams to score market has landed in three of City’s last four matches, most recently in their 1-1 draw away at Southampton where Aymeric Laporte’s second-half header cancelled out Kyle Walker-Peters opener. Prior to this, the Sky Blues had beaten Chelsea 1-0 in the Premier League, as well as Swindon Town 4-1 in the FA Cup and Arsenal 2-1 at the Emirates Stadium thanks to a stoppage-time winner from Rodri.
On the other hand, Fulham’s recent goalscoring form is one that has been well publicised, as the Cottagers thumped Reading 7-0 in early January, as well as Bristol City and Birmingham City by 6-2 scorelines. Last time out, Fulham only managed a 1-1 draw with Blackpool off the back of a 3-2 victory away at Stoke City.