Following another impressive victory against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the early kick off on Saturday, Pep Guardiola’s side continue to show everyone that they are going to be the Premier League champions once again this season.

The Citizens managed to secure a routine 3-0 victory against the Old Gold at Molineux, a victory that many who looked at the sports betting options available on will have likely predicted would have happened.

They may have also predicted that Erling Haaland would get on the scoresheet once again, and he duly delivered in the first half; although he was not the man to open up the scoring.

That fell to Jack Grealish as the former Aston Villa midfielder managed to net inside the first minute of the game, as he managed to get on the end of a cross and put the ball home 55 seconds into the game. Phil Foden added the final goal of the game in the second half to seal a comfortable and comprehensive win.

Of course, some will argue that Manchester City are yet to face anyone of serious note when it comes down to the competition at the top of the table, with West Ham United playing well below where they would usually, while their game against Tottenham Hotspur was postponed because of the passing of Her Majesty, The Queen.

Nonetheless, as footballers will tell you, it does not matter who the opponent is, what matters is getting the three points and the Etihad Stadium outfit are doing exactly that at the moment.

Pep Guardiola’s side are dominating and looking extremely deadly whenever they go forward, with Haaland appearing to have the golden touch regardless of where he is playing. A mind-blowing stat to have appeared following his goal against Wolves highlighted how he has managed to score 100 goals in 99 games since leaving Red Bull Salzburg and joining Borussia Dortmund.

We all know the Norwegian is an enigma and a generational talent that we are unlikely to see ever again, and with him in the team, it would be impossible to bet against the Citizens to be the Premier League champions once again.

Of course, it will be interesting to see how well the team does against their main rivals, but with Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, and Manchester United far off the pace and perhaps lacking the same kind of quality throughout their squads, it would be hard not to see Guardiola and his team of superstars running away with the title once again.