Man City v Feyenoord– 19.45 GMT kickoff
The Man City bandwagon rolls on with no signs of stopping. 12 goals in their last 4 matches is enough to show they are on top of their game. They’ve grabbed the Champions League by the scruff of the neck and stamped their authority in such a way that they have already qualified for the knockout stages. As an added bonus, if Shakhtar Donetsk fail to beat Napoli in the group’s other match, a draw would be enough to guarantee a first-place finish in the group.
Feyenoord, on the other hand, are in very different form. They haven’t managed to gain a single point so far and the best they can hope for now is the Europa league. With City putting 4 past them with no reply in their home leg, the visit to Manchester won’t exactly fill them with much confidence. Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side have just 1 win in their last 8 in all competitions.
Manchester City, however, have extended their record-breaking winning streak in all competitions to 16 matches. It’s a run that doesn’t look like stopping at any time soon.
As they’ve already secured qualification to the knockout stages, we can expect a few changes to the team. Key players will be rested, but with the depth or quality in the squad, it’s unlikely to bring much in the way of hope to the visitors.
Man City v Feyenoord- summary
Unless there is a serious breakdown in form, it is likely to be Man City all the way. They are a class act and should be capable of putting on a show here.
F88 prediction: Man City to win
Where can I watch Man City v Feyenoord? BT Sport