Man City vs Inter Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips

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TournamentUEFA Champions League
TimetableSaturday 10th June at 19:00 GMT
PredictionMan City to Win!
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After 124 games and 371 tournament goals, the 2022/23 UEFA Champions League will draw to a thrilling conclusion on June 10th at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Turkey.

Here, Manchester City will do battle with Serie A giants Inter Milan, with Pep Guardiola’s all-conquering team the ante post favourites to win their first ever UCL title (and potentially complete a coveted treble).

As for Inter, they’ll go in search of their fourth UCL crown, having previously won the tournament in 1964, 1965 and under the stewardship of Jose Mourinho in 2010. Interestingly, their win in 2010 also Inter complete their own treble of Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions League, while the Nerazzurri have already won two cup competitions in 2022/23.

But will City justify their status as favourites and finally win the Champions League, or can Inter upset the odds and equal Ajax’s tally of four UCL titles? Find out all this and more in my comprehensive betting guide and Man City vs Inter final prediction!

💯 Man City vs Inter Milan Champions League Odds

Let’s start by reviewing the ante post Manchester City vs Inter betting odds, which cover a broad range of markets and potential outcomes. When it comes to the latest moneyline odds, City are the overwhelming favourites to win in Turkey, while Inter are priced as high as 7.50 to prevail with some sportsbooks.

Manchester City to Win1.221.451.401.401.441.401.40
Inter Milan to Win7.

⚽ Man City vs Inter Milan Odds: Both Teams to Score

Man City were simply devastating in their semi-final second leg against Real Madrid, winning 4-0 at a buoyant Etihad Stadium. As a result, City have scored in 10 of their 12 UCL games so far in 2022/23, plundering an impressive 31 goals in the process. However, Inter have kept eight clean sheets in their 12 Champions League games this term, with this undoubtedly influencing the odds on whether both sides will score or not at the Ataturk Stadium.


🥅 Man City vs Inter Milan Odds: Over/Under 2.5 Goals

The 2022/23 tournament’s 371 goals in 124 matches have been scored at a rate of 2.99 per game, while City’s tally of 31 goals in 12 matches have yielded a goals-per-game ratio of 2.58. Conversely, Inter have scored 19 goals in 12 outings at a rate of just 1.58 per game, so the bookies are unsurprisingly split on whether there will be over or under 2.5 goals in the Champions League final.

Over 2.5 Goals1.621.671.671.621.671.621.67
Under 2.5 Goals2.

🏅 Man City Champions League Final Preview

Manchester City have now been confirmed as Premier League champions, with an impressive run of 12 consecutive victories coinciding with title rivals Arsenal dropping points against Liverpool, West Ham, Southampton, Brighton and Nottingham Forest (and even City themselves following a 4-1 thumping at the Etihad).

What’s more, Guardiola’s men have an FA Cup final to look forward to at Wembley on June 3rd, when they’ll do battle with bitter rivals Manchester United and take another step towards emulating the Red Devil’s own historic treble won during the 1998/99 campaign.

Of course, the Champions League has so far proved elusive for Manchester City, while even Guardiola himself has failed to win the tournament since his last triumph with Barcelona in 2011. However, they’ve showcased considerable maturity and quality during their 2022/23 run, while their semi-final, second leg destruction of Los Blancos combined relentless pressing, high tempo passing and supreme finishing to devastating effect.

In many ways, this performance was arguably City’s best on the European stage, while Guardiola should be able to call on the same starting 11 by the time the final comes around. Currently, Nathan Ake is the only first team absentee, although he may yet recover from a hamstring injury in time for the clash with Inter. Benjamin Mendy will also miss out, of course, as his legal issues mean that he’s not registered as part of the club’s Champions League squad.

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⚡ Inter Milan Champions League Final Preview

While Inter have experienced numerous ups and downs this season, they’ve also hit top form towards the business end of the season. To this end, they’ve won their last eight matches in all competitions, with this sequence including five consecutive Serie A triumphs that have propelled Inter into third place in the table.

This run also saw Inter beat Juventus 1-0 in the second-leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final at the San Siro, with an early goal by Federico Dimarco securing a final clash with Fiorentina on May 24th. Remember, Inter have already won the Suppercoppa Italiana following a 3-0 thrashing of city rivals Milan in January, so they remain in the hunt for an unusual cup treble.

Of course, Inter’s eight-game winning streak also included both legs of the UEFA Champions League semi-final clash against Milan. The Nerazzurri took charge of the tie with two goals in the first 11 minutes of the first leg, before their robust defensive organization and a late goal by Lautaro Martinez in the return match secured Inter’s place in the UCL final.

While 29-year-old Brazilian left back Dalbert remains a long-term absentee for Inter with a cruciate ligament injury, influential central defender Milan Skriniar is expected to recover from his lumbar vertebra fracture in time for the final. This will provide a huge boost to an Inter side that will look to defend deep and hit on the counterattack against City, especially as Skriniar’s strength may prove invaluable against the threat of Erling Haaland.

Playmaker Henrikh Mkhitaryan may also be fit for the final, despite the Armenian incurring a hamstring injury in the semi-final second leg against Milan.

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🆚 Man City vs Inter Milan Key Matchups

Of course, we won’t know the precise Man City vs Inter lineups until an hour before kickoff, but both sides have been relatively settled of late and I have a fairly good idea of who will start in Turkey. So, I’m going to take a look at the key individual duels and matchups that are likely to influence the outcome of the game.

1️⃣ Erling Haaland vs Milan Skriniar

At the core of Inter’s UEFA Champions League run is their defensive strength and organization, even in the absence of experienced centre back Milan Skriniar. While Matteo Darmian and Francesco Acerbi have both stepped up his absence alongside the excellent Alessandro Bastoni, however, the timely return of Skriniar could prove pivotal in the quest to stop the prolific Erling Haaland.

The Norwegian has enjoyed a particularly stellar debut season for Manchester City, scoring a staggering 52 goals in just 49 appearances and 12 in 10 Champions League outings. His strength, place and ruthless efficiency in front of goal also earmark him as a potent threat, while he has recently struck up an almost telepathic understanding with playmaker Kevin De Bruyne.

Inter will certainly need a physical presence in their defensive line to help cope with Haaland, and there’s no doubt that Skriniar boasts the necessary strength and experience in abundance. So, I’d expect him to start in Turkey (possibly ahead of the unfortunate Darmian), and shoulder the burden of marking the Norwegian striker and preventing him from targeting any space in behind.

To help him, Inter are likely to deploy a deep, five-man defensive line when out of possession, and by minimising the space in behind, Skriniar can focus on getting tight to Haaland and winning the ball aggressively when it’s fed into feet.

2️⃣ Ruben Dias vs Romelu Lukaku

City’s superb recent run of form has coincided with Guardiola’s deployment of a 3-2-4-1 shape when the team is in possession of the ball, with John Stones performing a hybrid role that sees him alternate between defence and midfield during transitions.

However, this system will put to the test against Inter, who typically deploy two central strikers in the form of Lautaro Martinez and either Eden Dzeko or Romelu Lukaku and play primarily on the counterattack. This will definitely increase the burden placed on Ruben Dias, who remains City’s defensive lynchpin and the player at the heart of City’s three-man backline with the side is in possession or defensive transition.

I have a suspicion that Romelu Lukaku will start in Turkey, despite the fact that Inzaghi seems to favour the experienced Dzeko in attack. After all, Lukaku is fresh and assisted Martinez’s goal following an impressive cameo in the semi final second leg against Milan, while his pace and strength (both centrally and in the channels) will provide a constant threat to City.

Lukaku and Martinez also enjoy an intuitive understanding in attack, so Inter’s potency should be improved by the inclusion of the Belgian. For his part, Dias will need to keep a close eye on Lukaku and use his own physicality against him, while communicating well with his defensive teammates when the striker drifts out wide.

3️⃣ Jack Grealish vs Denzel Dumfries

Inter’s formation and tactical approach will look to minimise the space behind and immediately in front of their defensive line, which will make it hard for central playmakers like Kevin De Bruyne and İlkay Gündoğan to influence the game. However, this approach will also require Inter to cede space out wide, potentially enabling the in-form Jack Grealish to isolate wing back Denzel Dumfries.

Jack Grealish has created 36 chances in this season’s Champions League, which is the most of any English player since records began in 2003/04. In all competitions this year, the 27-year-old has also registered five goals and 11 assists in 48 outings and become a key player in Guardiola’s team as the season has progressed.

Grealish was certainly influential in both legs against Real Madrid, where his ability to isolate Dani Carvajal and effectively retain possession provided a launchpad for frequent City attacks. He’ll look to do the same against Inter, by holding the width, committing Dumfries and attracting other players to help free up space centrally.

Of course, Dumfries is an attacking wing back who will look to run off the back of Grealish when Inter counterattack, so the winger will also have to diligently track the Dutchman during transitions and continue to showcase his improved defensive skills.

📈 Man City vs Inter Milan Head-to-Head Statistics

Interestingly, the 2022/23 UEFA Champions League final will see the first ever competitive match between Man City and Inter, with the teams having never previously met in either the UCL, Europa League or the now redundant European Cup Winners Cup.

In fact, these two teams have only met once in their respective histories, with City winning 3-0 in the non-competitive ‘Dublin Super Cup’ in the summer of 2011.

This was part of a pre-season competition that was eventually won by the Citizens, who were at the beginning of their journey towards becoming the best side in the world. Mario Balotelli, Adam Johnson and current Inter forward Eden Dzeko all scored for City, while former Nerazzurri manager Roberto Mancini was in charge at the Etihad Stadium at the time.

City will be hoping for a similar result at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium, while Bosnian striker Dzeko would love nothing more than to score for the Nerazzurri this time around!

🏆 Man City vs Inter Milan Prediction – Who will Win?

While the Man City vs Inter final odds have established the Premier League champions as the overwhelming favourites to win the 2022/23 Champions League, Inter have more than a puncher’s chance in Turkey. After all, their tally of eight clean sheets in 12 UCL matches is impressive given the quality of attacking players who operate in the tournament, while they’re a well-balanced side and incredibly comfortable in a tried and tested 3-5-2 formation.

Make no mistake; this system is hard to counter when it’s structured correctly, with Inter able to provide extensive defensive coverage and flood the midfield while also maintaining two central strikers to lead the press. Arguably, this shape is also ideal when looking to counter City’s 3-2-4-1 formation when in possession, as Inter can effectively go man-for-man in the defensive third without compromising on their ability to strike decisively on the break.

However, City have played with real quality and maturity in this season’s Champions League, while the tactical ingenuity of their setup has proven a tough nut for opponents to crack. They’ve also combined their usual attacking flair and potency with intense pressing and improved defensive discipline, and there’s no doubt that Inter will find it hard to create chances in Turkey.

Then there’s the presence of Haaland, who despite drawing a blank in the second leg against Madrid (thanks largely to a stunning performance from keeper Thibaut Courtois), was signed primarily to fire City to UCL glory and will be determined to play a key role in the final. So, my Man City vs Inter prediction is that the former will win with a controlled and measured performance, ending their wait for a maiden Champions League trophy in the process.

My Champions League Final Winner Prediction:🏆 Manchester City 2 Inter 0 ⚽

🔍 Man City vs Inter Betting Tips

I’ve already discussed some of the most popular Man City vs Inter betting markets, but how can you leverage these to your advantage? Here are some Man City vs Inter final betting tips to help you unlock the best possible value odd and wagers.

1️⃣ Both Sides Not to Score at 1.91 with PalmSlots Sports, BoyleSports and Ladbrokes

Currently, the bookies are split on whether or not both sides will score in the Champions League final, with some offering the same odds on both potential outcomes in this even money market.

However, the statistics suggest that both sides won’t score at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Turkey, with City alone keeping seven clean sheets in 12 ULC matches this term and conceding a paltry total of five goals during this run. Remember, Inter have eight clean sheets during the same number of Champions League games, so both sides are very competent defensively despite having markedly different styles of play.

While City like to defend high up the park and press the opposition into submission, for example, Inter prefer to soak up pressure in a low, compact block and restrict space in the defensive third. So, if either side is able to impose their game plan on their opponents, they’ll fancy their chances of keeping yet another clean sheet.

You can bet on both sides not to score at a competitive price of 1.91 in the current market, with either PalmSlots Sports, BoyleSports or Ladbrokes.

2️⃣ Under 2.5 Goals at 2.20 with TonyBet, PalmSlots Sports and Unibet

While the ante post odds are in favour of there being more than 2.5 goals scored in the Man City vs Inter final, this arguably ignores the magnitude of the occasion and tension that can grip both competing sides.

Once again, I must also acknowledge both teams’ defensive excellence and collective organisation here, with Inter particularly difficult to break down and unlikely to have too many chances of their own in front of goal given City’s penchant for dominating possession and territory.

Inter will also happily allow City to retain the ball in their defensive third and midfield, before pressing them aggressively as they look to progress attacks and feed players like De Bruyne, Grealish and Haaland. This is likely to create a tentative game of cat-and-mouse, with only an early goal for City capable of changing the course of the game.

You can bet on there being under 2.5 goals in the game at a price of 2.20 with TonyBet, PalmSlots Sports and Unibet, with this offering genuine value to punters by any measure.

3️⃣ Man City to Win to Nil at 2.40 with BoyleSports

Due to City’s status as overwhelming favourites to win the UCL final, it’s hard to find associated betting markets that offer a sizeable return. However, you can negate this in part by building combination bets that feature two or more match outcomes, with the right selections enabling you to access extended prices without overly increasing your risk of loss.

For example, I’d recommend backing on Man City to win to nil at a price of 2.40 with BoyleSports. Remember, City’s defence has conceded just five goals in this season’s Champions League and only three during the knockout stages.

Pep Guardiola’s side was also able to completely stifle Real Madrid’s much vaunted attack in the semi-final second leg at the Etihad, using positional excellence and relentless intensity to continually win the ball back high up the pitch.

I’d expect them to maintain a similar level of performance at the Ataturk, especially with the club in a rich vein of form and unbeaten in 24 matches in all competitions. It will certainly be hard for Inter to play through City’s press and counterattack successfully, so backing the Blues to win to nil is a reasonable pick.

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❓ Frequently Asked Questions About Man City vs Inter Milan Prediction

This Man City vs Inter final prediction and betting guide is nearly at a close, but first, let’s answer some of your most frequently asked questions about the 2022/23 UEFA Champions League final.

1️⃣ Man City vs Inter Champions League 2023 Final – Who Will Win?

Inter are a resilient and defensively well-organized team, and have resembled an immovable object at times during their UCL campaign. However, City remain an irresistible force and a team at their zenith, and I fully expect them to put their opponents to the sword and record their maiden Champions League triumph in Turkey.

2️⃣ What’s the best price for Man City to Beat Inter Milan?

Man City are odds-on favourites to beat Inter, with Palm Slots Sports offering a market high price of 1.45 on this particular outcome. Conversely, Inter are priced at an average of 7.00 to beat Guardiola’s team and record a fourth Champions League triumph, while the draw can be backed at 5.00 if you expect a tight match that will be level after 90 minutes.

3️⃣ How Can I Watch the Man City vs Inter UCL Final?

The 2022/23 UEFA Champions League final will take place on June 10th at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Turkey, with the game scheduled to kick-off at 20:00 GMT. If you’re not attending to watch the game in person, you can catch the action live on BT Sport 1 in Ireland or stream the match through your preferred sportsbook.

4️⃣ What’s the Statistical Chance of a Man City Win?

According to statistical analysis, Manchester City have a 69% chance of winning the Champions League final in 90 minutes, compared to just 12% for Inter Milan. There’s a 19% chance that the match will go to extra-time, which is why the draw may offer an appealing option to some punters at odds of 5.00.

Man City to Win!

✒️ Lewis Humphries – UEFA Champions League Betting Expert

Lewis Humphries is an experienced football writer and tipster from the UK. He writes regularly about the Champions League, Premier League, Serie A and other competitions, regularly delivering expert match predictions and betting insights. He also successfully predicted the winner of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, while accurately forecasting the outcome of several group stage and knockout games.

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