We have a Copenhagen v Man City prediction for you plus a breakdown of the betting odds, team news and matchups ahead of the Round of 16.
Copenhagen are currently 3rd in the Superliga, 3 points off the top of the table. They qualified for this stage of the Champions after finishing 2nd in Group A behind Bayern Munich but ahead of Galatasaray and Man United.
Man City are on a 10-game winning streak which has catapulted them to 2nd in the Premier League. They qualified for this stage of the competition topping their group with RB Leipzig, Young Boys and Crvena Zvezda with 6 wins from 6.
How To Watch Copenhagen v Man City
When is Copenhagen v Man City?
Copenhagen v Man City will take place Tuesday at 8.00 pm in the Champions League
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Where is Copenhagen v Man City Being Played?
Copenhagen are at home so this fixture will be played at their home ground Telia Parken, Copenhagen.
Copenhagen v Man City Odds
Copenhagen v Man City Betting Odds – Premier League
Copenhagen despite home advantage are massive underdogs and can be gotten at 11/1 according to the latest Champions League odds
Man City are heavy favourites to make it 11 victories in a row at 2/9 and the draw is priced at 5/1.
Copenhagen: +2 @ 11/10
Man City -2 @ 7/4
Handicap Draw +2 @ 14/5
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Copenhagen v Man City Weather Forecast
The temperature is expected to be 3 degrees with no rain forecasted.
Copenhagen v Man City Preview
Copenhagen occupy third place in the Danish Superliga with 33 points from their opening 17 games putting them 1 point behind Brondby and 3 behind Midtjylland following 2 defeats, 1 draw and 2 wins in their last five league games. The league has taken a break in recent weeks for the Atlantic Cup where they have 2 wins and 1 loss from 3 games.
Copenhagen most recently played last Thursday in the Atlantic Cup Group Stage where they had a comfortable 3-1 victory over Norwegian side Molde following a brace from Mohamad Elyounoussi and a Jordan Larsson goal. T
Copenhagen qualified for this stage of the competition with a record of 2 wins, draws and 2 defeats from their Champions League Group games against Bayern Munich, Galatasaray and Man United. While they beat the latter along the way 4-3, the blue half of Manchester might prove a harder nut to crack.
Copenhagen’s Last Five Results
Copenhagen 3-1 Molde | February 8th| Win
Copenhagen 1-2 Brondby | February 5th | Loss
IF Elfsborg 4-5 Copenhagen | February 4th | Win
Sparta Praha 2-0 Copenhagen | January 20th | Loss
Rangers 2-2 Copenhagen | January 16th | Draw
2 Wins, 2 Losses and 1 Draw
Man City’s Form
Man City are on a 10-game winning streak which has catapulted them to 2nd in the Premier League, won the FIFA Club World Cup and well in contention for a quadruple with City still in the FA Cup too. Pep Guardiola’s side have ironically gone quietly about their business this season and despite their winning run, you get the feeling they have more gears to go which is a frightening prospect for other teams.
Last Saturday Man City had a 2-0 victory against Everton following a brace from Haaland with goals in the 71st minute and 85th minute to continue their winning streak. Even though it was a hard-fought victory it was deserved with 77% of possession, 19 shots and an XG of 1.59 to Everton’s 5 shots and XG of 0.19.
Man City qualified for this stage of the competition topping their group with RB Leipzig, Young Boys and Crvena Zvezda with 6 wins from 6 and look like a serious prospect of retaining the Champions League this season.
Man City’s Last Five Results
Man City 2-0 Everton | February 10th | Win
Brentford 1-3 Man City | February 5th | Win
Man City 3-1 Burnley | January 31st | Win
Tottenham 0-1 Man City | January 26th | Win
Newcastle 2-3 Man City | January 13th| Win
Copenhagen v Man City Predicted Lineups
Copenhagen’s Predicted Starting XI (4-3-3)
RB: Ankerson, CB: Vavro, CB: Dilks, LB: Jelert
CM: Lerager, CM: Falk, CM: Goncalves
RW Bardghji:, CF: Claesson , LW: Elyounoussi
Man City’s Predicted Starting XI (4-1-4-1)
RB: Walker, CB: Dias, CB: Aké, LB: Gvardiol
RW: Foden, AM: Silva, AM: De Bruyne, LW: Doku
Copenhagen v Man City Head-To-Head Results & Stats
All-Time Head-To-Head Record
Copenhagen wins: 0
Man City wins: 2
Copenhagen 0-0 Man City | Champions League | October 11th, 2022
Man City 5-0 Copenhagen | Premier League | October 5th, 2022
Man City 2-1 Copenhagen | UEFA Cup | February 26th, 2009
Copenhagen 2-2 Man City | UEFA Cup| February 19th, 2009
Coming in the game between both teams there has been an average of 3 Goals Per Match this season which is less than the competition average of 3.03
In historic matches 80% have Over 1.5 Goals, 65% have Over 2.5 Goals and 50% have had BTTS.
Between both sides, they average 3.31 Cards Per Match, which is lower than the competition average of 4.41
The sides average 15.29 Corners per match between them which is more than the league average of 10.01
Copenhagen score most of their goals either between the 31st and 45th minute or the 61st to 75th minute with both periods factoring for 48% of their goals. Interestingly they concede the most goals 28% in the first 15 minutes or from the 61st minute to 75th minute accounting for 56% of their goals conceded.
Man City have scored 28% of their goals from the 61st minute to the 75th minute and interestingly have conceded 80% of their goals from the 16th to the 45th minute in the Champions League.
Key Players To Watch
Roony Bardghji -Copenhagen
One of the latest Scandinavian stars who seems to have a huge future in football in Swedish Right-Winger Roony Bardghji who only turned 18 last November. That hasn’t stopped him from capturing attention with 11 goals in 30 appearances so far this season including a goal in their victory against Man United.
Phil Foden -Man City
The Manchester maestro is tremendously versatile playing across all four positions in the front four this season making him a key cog in the Guardiola side. He seems to be coming alive this season and his hat-trick against Brentford took his total for the season to 14 goals and 9 assists in 35 matches across all competitions.
Copenhagen the last time they faced a Manchester side proved fruitful with their 4-3 victory against United. However, this is much more of a tall task but can go into the game without pressure and a free hit on reigning Champions City.
City are on a 10-game winning streak in all competitions and I can’t see that changing here they’re coming to the boil at the right time as they challenge on multiple fronts.