Betting tips: Man City v Man Utd odds, kick-off time and betting preview

We look ahead to Man City v Man Utd and examine the best betting odds and offers ahead of the Manchester derby

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Can Man City beat Man Utd on Sunday? Photo: Paddy Power

Manchester City host Manchester United in Sunday’s crunch derby clash – and both sides head into the game in desperate need of the Premier League points.

The Red Devils are aiming to bounce back from their disappointing Europa League exit at the hands of Liverpool on Thursday night.

City, meanwhile, are looking to return to winning ways after their dismal goalless draw at Norwich City last weekend.

The Citizens’ recent record in Manchester derbies is pretty impressive, with Manuel Pellegrini’s men having won four of the last six league derbies, although neither of the last two.

United, meanwhile, have won just one of their last five league visits to Etihad Stadium.

Here, we take a look at some of the best betting odds and new customer offers ahead of Man City v Man Utd in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

Please note: All of the betting offers featured in this post are time-limited and are subject to removal before the games.

Man City to beat Man Utd – 5/1

With United in stuttering form heading into Sunday’s derby clash, City are the favourites to triumph in front of their home fans. Paddy Power are offering all new customers enhanced odds of 5/1 on Pellegrini’s men to win Sunday’s derby clash. Click here to sign up for this offer now.

Man Utd to beat Man City – 12/1

For those who fancy Louis van Gaal’s men to prove their doubters wrong and beat their bitter local rival on Sunday, Betfair are offering all new customers enhanced odds of 12/1 on the Red Devils to win the game. Click here to sign up for this offer now.

Man City to beat Man Utd – 5/1

Betfair are also matching Paddy Power’s price boost of Manchester City to beat Manchester United at odds of 5/1. Click here to sign up for this offer now.

PSG, Dortmund, Real Madrid and Spurs all to win – 16/1

There are a host of other top teams in action on Sunday. Real Madrid host Sevilla, Dortmund take on Augsburg, PSG face Monaco and Tottenham host Bournemouth. For those punters looking for a slightly bigger return on their investment, Paddy Power are offering all new customers 16/1 on all four of these favourites to win on Sunday. Click here to sign up for this offer now.

Man City, Spurs, Juve and AC Milan all to win – 20/1

Betfair are offering the biggest enhanced odds of the day on favourites Manchester City, Tottenham, Juventus and AC Milan to all win their games on Sunday afternoon. Click here to sign up for this offer now.

What time does Man City v Man Utd kick off?

Manchester City host Manchester United in the Premier League at 16:00 GMT on Sunday 20 March 2016. The game is live on Sky Sports in the UK.

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