Four points from their remaining two games will see them over the line, and the Citizens are well-poised to pick up three of them when West Bromwich Albion visit the Etihad.
And while the odds themselves show how heavily fancied the hosts are, we should also note that West Brom have lost five of their last six games, picking up just one point in that spell.
The Baggies have endured difficult times at the Etihad as well, losing each of their last seven visits, conceding 20 goals.
We can expect Gabriel Jesus to be handed another start, and his penalty in the Saturday win over Leicester took his tally to five goals in eight Premier League appearances.
But while Jesus has never faced West Brom before, they’re a club Sergio Aguero knows how to get the better of.
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