Manchester City have already lost their Premier League title, but they can further chop the gap with victory over West Bromwich Albion.
"Roberto Mancini's side have kept six clean sheets in their last eight at home, conceding just three goals in that time. City are also priced at 5/42.3 to not concede."
Manchester City have won seven and lost none of their last eight Barclays Premier League matches at home. City are 2/51.41 to record victory.
The Baggies have managed to keep three clean sheets in their last five Premier League games away from the Hawthorns. West Brom are 10.5 to keep a clean sheet.
West Brom have lost five and won none of their last six Premier League meetings with Manchester City. The Baggies are a distant 17/29.6 to taste victory.
Shane Long's strike in the reverse fixture in October is the only goal WBA have managed against City in their last five meetings. Long is 4/15.0 to score a goal.
West Brom have lost five of their last eight league matches on the road (W2 D1). Manchester City are 5/42.3 to win to nil.
Roberto Mancini's side have kept six clean sheets in their last eight at home, conceding just three goals in that time. City are also priced at 5/42.3 to not concede.
In four of the last five meetings between the two teams, a Manchester City striker has scored at least two goals (Edin Dzeko, Sergio Aguero, Carlo Tevez (hat-trick) and Mario Balotelli). The odds of a hat-trick being scored are 9/110.0.
City have scored in their last 48 Premier League home games, the longest current run in the division. They are just 1/111.09 to continue their run against West Brom.
Only Arsenal (14) have picked up more points in the Premier League over the past six games than City (13). Manchester City are 2.87 to win both halves.