Pep Guardiola’s Man City side head to Eredivisie champions Feyenoord for their first game of their Champions League campaign.
Fresh from a 5-0 win over Liverpool on Saturday, Man City will be aiming to start their European campaign with three points, but will face strong resistance from the best side in the Netherlands this year.
Feyenoord has picked up where they left off last season, winning every game so far in the league – with the most recent victory a 4-2 away win at Heracles.
Man City are backed by KickOff’s algorithm to win (67% probability) and there is a 55% probability of both teams scoring in the game.
As can be expected for free-scoring City, there is a strong likelihood (62% probability) of the match ending with three or more goals being scored.
Mercurial striker Sergio Aguero is the game’s most likely first goalscorer (with a 21% chance of finding the net first) alongside Gabriel Jesus (also 21%).