In the English Premier League Man City and Sheffield will meet on 30.01.2021 at 16:00. The venue for the match on Saturday is Etihad Stadium. This means that the 2nd placed team will play against the 20rd place side of the English Premier League. Current statistics of Manchester City FC In their last duel Manchester City FC won 2:0 against Villa. The home team has won 12 out of 19 duels in the recent six months. The team has had eight wins, two draws and one defeat at their home stadium. In the current season, Man City won 70% (7 out of 10) of the matches in their own stadium. 1 times it was enough to score one point, while 1 times the guests took all points. All in all, Man City has eleven wins, five draws und two losses after 18 season games. During the first 45 minutes of the game, coach Pep Guardiola’s team is able to score most of their goals. Man City currently scores an average of 2,10 goals per game at home and receives 0,70 goals. This results in a total of 2,80 goals per game. Previous season, Manchester City FC scored an average of 3,00 goals at home. At the same time, the team conceded 0,68 goals in their own stadium. In front of their own fans, the team’s games mostly finished 2:1, 5:0 or 4:0 last season. In the current season, the most frequent result in home matches was 2:0, 1:0 or 1:1. Current statistics of Sheffield United FC Sheffield recently lost 1:3 against Tottenham. This season, the team has been victorious in 0 out of 9 away games so far (0%). In the past 6 months, Sheffield has won one game, two matches ended in a tie and two matches were lost. In games in away stadium zero wins were achieved. Nine games were lost while one match ended without a winning team. Chris Wilder’s team scores 0,44 away goals per game this season, mainly after the half-time break. On average, 2,33 goals are scored when Sheffield plays in foreign stadiums. Last season, Sheffield played away with an average of 0,79 goals for and 1,26 against in away games. As the away team last season, the side’s game most often ended 1:1, 0:2 or 0:3. In the current season, Sheffield’s away matches have usually ended 0:1, 1:2 or 0:2.