Manchester City vs Inter Milan Champions League Final Saturday 10th June 2023 (21:00 CET)

Man City and Inter have NEVER Played Before

Man City Champions League Stats

  • Played 12 Games (Won 7, Drawn 5, Lost 0)
  • 7 Man City Champions League games went OVER 2.5 GOALS
  • Both teams DIDN’T score in 7 of Man City’s CL games this season
  • Haaland has scored 12 CL goals this season
  • De Bruyne has 7 Champions League assists this season
  • Man City have kept 6 clean sheets in their CL games this season


Inter Champions League League Stats

  • Played 12 Games (Won 7, Drawn 3, Lost 2)
  • 9 Europa Inter Champions League games went UNDER 2.5 GOALS
  • Both teams DIDN’T score in 10 of Inter’s CL games this season
  • Dimarco has 5 Champions League assists this season


It’s the Champions League Final this Saturday as Manchester City take on Inter Milan in Turkey at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium at 8pm (UK time) and it will be the first time these European heavyweights have played each other.

City got by Real Madrid in convincing fashion in the semi-final and have now set up a chance to win this competition for the first time in their history. While Inter beat local rivals AC Milan in their last match to reach the final two – they will be hunting their fourth win, with their most recent being in 2010.

Looking at the outright match betting the bookmakers have this clash as a very one-sided affair with City as short as 2/9 to lift the trophy and Inter at 10/3.

The 90min match betting has a bit more value if you fancy City as the Premier League and FA Cup champs are at 9/20 in their search for a famous domestic treble, the draw is 15/4 and Inter are at 11/2.

The Unders/Overs market might be a bit tricky with Inter games tending to not have many goals in this competition – 9 of their 12 matches in this even went Under 2.5 Goals.

In contrast, City’s 12 CL matches this season have seen 7 go Over 2.5 Goals – you can back Over at 8/11 or Under at 11/10.

Both teams to score is sure to be another popular option at 19/20 (Yes) or 4/5 (No). The stats tell us that a massive 10 of Inter’s 12 CL games saw both teams NOT scoring, while this also paid out in 7 of City’s 12 matches.

Therefore, both teams NOT to score seems to just edge it.

The player stats tell us that City’s Kevin De Bruyne is worth a second look in the assists market – the Belgium man has recorded 7 assists in this competition this season – the most of any other player. He’s on offer at 6/4.

While sticking in this market – Inter’s Federico Dimarco is their main man at setting up the goals with 5. He can be backed at 10/1.

With 12 CL goals this season, then it’s no shocker to see City’s Erling Haaland leading the way at 21/10 (1st) or 4/6 (anytime), while the shortest Inter player in this market is Lautaro Martinez at 9/1 (1st) or 10/3 (anytime), who scored in their last semi-final win.

Overall, the way Man City are playing at the moment it will be a huge shocker if Pep and Co are not adding to their Premier League and FA Cup wins this season and winning this world famous European competition for the first time.

Inter are sure to make it hard for them and with that in mind Under 2.5 Goals might be popular as well as both teams NOT to score.

However, in a bid to keep this one simple we’ll opt for a City win (90 mins) at 9/20 while you could double this up with Haaland to score anytime – the double would pay around 6/4.


BEST BET: MAN CITY WIN (90mins) @ 9/20