Man City will welcome Newcastle in the English Premier League on 26.12.2020. The game will start at 21:00. As usual for Man City home games, the match will be played on Saturday in the Etihad Stadium. This fixture sees the actual 8th place side contests the 12th placed team. Current statistics of Manchester City FC Manchester City FC recently won a game 0:1 against Southampton. The home team has won 13 out of 22 matches in the recent six months. Man City had eight victories, two draws and one loss in their home matches. Man City has managed to win 3 out of 6 home games (50%) in the current season (20/21) so far. Two matches ended in a tie and one game was lost at home. After a total of 13 games in the season, Man City has six wins, five draws and two losses. Coach Pep Guardiola’s team tends to score before the break. Man City currently achieves an average of 2,00 goals per game at home and receives 1,17 goals. This results in a total of 3,17 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 per home match. In front of their own fans, the team’s games mostly finished 2:1, 5:0 or 4:0 last season. The most common final score in their own stadium last season was 1:1, 2:0 or 5:0. Current statistics of Newcastle United FC In their last match, Newcastle played 1:1 against Fulham. This season, the team has been victorious in 2 out of 6 matches in away stadiums (33.33%). In the past 6 months, Newcastle has won six games, six matches ended in a tie and six games were lost. Newcastle managed to win three away victories. The team lost four matches in the foreign stadium and in three games the teams separated with a draw. Steve Bruce’s team scores 1,33 away goals per game this season, mainly after the break. Overall, Newcastle scored an average of 2,83 goals per away match. Last season, Newcastle finished with an average of 0,95 goals for and 1,95 against in away stadiums. Last last season, away matches most often ended 0:1, 0:5 or 1:0. In the current season, Newcastle’s away games mostly ended 2:0, 1:1 or 2:5.