Man City vs Wolves live stream and how to watch the Premier League online
Man City's Premier League title hopes are on the line on Tuesday when the Reds visit Wolves. Anything but a win will all but hand the trophy over to Manchester City, who enter the day leading Man City by three points with three games to go. The pressure is on the Reds after stumbling against Tottenham last weekend, while Wolves are coming off a strong 3-1 win at Burnley. Here's our storylines, how you can watch the match and more:
How to watch and odds
Date: Tuesday, May 11 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Villa Park -- Birmingham, England
TV: USA | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
Odds: Villa +575; Draw +360; Man City -220 (via Caesars Sportsbook)
Wolves: One more yellow for Tyrone Mings will result in a suspension. Villa are currently in 11th place and looking for a top-half finish. They may be able to do it if they can take just a point from this game, but they must first focus on defense. They have recorded two clean sheets in their last three games and riding a bit of momentum. Stopping Man City, or even containing them, would be quite the accomplish as they look to finish the season strong.
Man City: Jurgen Klopp has to decide how exactly to approach this game with the big FA Cup final against Wolves set for Saturday. They aren't out of the title race, but they know the draw against Tottenham last time out really hurt their chances. Still, I would suspect a full-strength squad across the next two games, and then if the title appears out of reach, Klopp may opt to focus on getting everybody fit ahead of the Champions League final.
And so Man City’s 1-1 draw with Tottenham means that Jurgen Klopp’s men max out at 92 points and will require Man City to falter against Wolves, West Ham, or Villa in order to make the quadruple an option.
Villa, meanwhile, has finally refound some form. Gerrard’s men have won back-to-back games and are unbeaten in three. The Villans can suddenly put the top half back in its goals, a point behind Palace and four back of ninth-place Brighton with matches-in-hand but also a brutal run-in that features Man City, Burnley, and Man City.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Wolves vs Man City.
Manchester City have the opportunity to move one step closer to the Premier League trophy with a win over Wolves when they meet tonight (Wednesday).
The defending champions increased their lead to three points by thrashing Newcastle on Sunday after Liverpool were held to a draw with Tottenham. Jurgen Klopp's side beat Aston Villa on Tuesday to hit back, but remain behind the Blues on goal difference.
Wolves managed to overturn a 2-0 deficit to snatch a draw away at Chelsea at the weekend, which kept their narrow European hopes alive. However, Bruno Lage's side have won just one of their past three home matches and have lost their past three encounters with City.
Tonight sees Wolverhampton Wanderers take on Pep Guardiola’s title chasing Manchester City side.
After Liverpool’s win last night, City have it all to do against what is the fourth-best defence in the Premier League, having conceded just 34 goals all season.
After the impressive comeback against Chelsea, courtesy of some Chiquinho magic, Lage will order his side to continue in the same vein, as the Old Gold march towards meeting their ambition of achieving a finish in the European places.
Manchester City's quest for a fourth title in five season's is bang on track, with a 5-0 win over Newcastle coupled with Liverpool's draw against Tottenham meaning City have a three point lead and a superior goal difference.
They face two tricky away games this week, starting with Wolves and finishing at West Ham, but I expect the latter to pose the biggest test.
That is because Wolves have massively over performed all season long, with early season results unsustainable, and that has proved the case as they have lost seven of their last 10.
Defence is where they have had most of their fortune, conceding just 34 goals from chances equating to 53.7 xGA, which shows they have consistently conceded good chances in matches.ey45u46ty