Manchester City will have a spring in their step when they head to the capital to face Fulham at Craven Cottage on Sunday afternoon.
In what was set to be a serious test of their title credentials earlier this week, City passed with flying colours as they thrashed Arsenal 4-1 to leave themselves two points off the leaders, but with two games in hand.
Pep Guardiola’s men have powered home 82 goals this term, and they could well get close to the 100-goal milestone in their final seven matches.
Fulham, however, have been excellent this campaign, and with a top-half finish, they won’t be prepared to roll out the red carpet for the visitors.
This could well be an exciting game for the neutral to tune in for, but how will things unfold?
We have kept you abreast by providing a full preview of this match as well as picking out a couple of tips for you to consider adding to your betting slips.
Man City to sweep aside Fulham
We all know what good frontrunners Man City are in title races, but they have also shown they are superb at keeping on the coattails of Arsenal.
They have been unrelenting over the past few months, and they have notched up seven league wins on the trot.
Against Arsenal, they were simply unstoppable with Kevin De Bruyne helping to pull the strings, while Erling Haaland got his customary goal.
Fulham will need to keep things tight, but their record against City is dire, as they are winless in their past 15 league meetings with the reigning league champions.
The past 10 matches have seen Fulham lose by an aggregate score of 28-4, and they have kept just one clean sheet in their 29 Premier League clashes with City.
That might not improve anytime soon. City could well brush aside, and for my first pick, I have gone with the Correct Score section, and City to win 3-0. If you wish to follow up on that, Unibet is offering a price of 7/1.
Erling Haaland to bag the match ball
It feels like we have been running out of superlatives to describe Haaland, such has been his impact.
With 33 goals to his name and counting in the league, he has scored the most in a single 38-match campaign, whereas Alan Shearer previously managed 34 in 42 matches when the league was expanded to 22 teams.
Let’s not forget that Haaland will only be making his 30th league appearance for City, and he has been an absolute monster in front of goal.
He’s claimed a few hat-tricks this term, and for my second pick, I have gone with a Haaland treble. William Hill has jumped on this, and they have an enhanced odds price of 8/1 to tempt you.