Despite a lack of firepower, Cincinnati have scored exactly once in five of their last seven away games and, as was the case here earlier this month, they may grab a consolation. We predict New York City to win 2-1.
While Cincinnati have been wavering, New York City have been doing anything but and they are on a real roll at present having lost only one of their last seven league fixtures.
Cincinnati, however, have scored in defeat in all three showdowns with New York City.
Manchester City got their new campaign off to a winning start against Wolves and once again it looks like Kevin de Bruyne is going to be their main man this season. With Sergio Aguero set to be sidelined for a number of weeks, Pep Guardiola will have been delighted to see Gabriel Jesus on the scoresheet and I fancy that he could be a surprise contender for Golden Boot winner come the end of the season.
Leicester have started the season well but, as manager Brendan Rodgers pointed out after their recent 4-2 win over Burnley, nobody should be getting too carried away with how the Premier League table looks after two games.
Manchester City will be desperate to ensure they don’t allow a big gap to open up between themselves and their title rivals and I see them winning this one with a comfortable 4-1 scoreline.