The Pep Guardiola era at Manchester City has been fruitful, but one trophy that has consistently attracted the Spanish manager is the UEFA Champions League. Pep’s team will continue their quest for continental glory when they meet Borussia Dortmund in a Group G matchup in the 2022–23 UEFA Champions League. Both sides started their UCL campaigns with big wins last week as Manchester City beat Sevilla 4-0 while Dortmund beat FC Copenhagen 3-0. Now both the teams will look to regain control of Group G with a win on Wednesday.
Kickoff is scheduled at 3 pm from the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England. ET. The latest Manchester City vs Dortmund odds from Kaiser Sportsbook lists Liverpool as -570 favorites (risk $100 to win) on the 90-minute money line with Dortmund +1400 underdogs. The draw cost for total goals is +650 and over/under is 2.5. Wednesday’s match will be broadcast live on Paramount+ with their Essentials Premium plan.
UEFA Champions League selection for Dortmund vs Man City
Before you tune in for Wednesday’s match, here’s what you need to watch from SportsLine’s soccer insider Martin Green to the likes of the UEFA Champions League. After working in the sports betting industry for several years, Greene became a professional sports writer and covered sports with disabilities and worldwide. Green has procured almost $33,000 for $100 wagers since the 2017-18 season, and has his finger on the beat of the game from one side of the planet to the other.
For Manchester City vs Dortmund, Green is backing the home team to win at zero for a +112 payout. Despite winning the Premier League for the fourth time in five seasons a year earlier, Guardiola decided to make drastic changes to his side in the summer, selling Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus in place of Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez.
With two true center-forwards at his disposal, Guardiola is moving even more direct and relies heavily on all the technical ability in his arsenal to build up the supply line to Haaland. The result has been 10 goals in six league appearances for the 22-year-old Norwegian and a brace in last week’s Champions League debut against Sevilla. And Dortmund’s defense against RB Leipzig was destroyed 3-0 during last weekend’s league game, which could be a problem keeping their former teammate.