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Melbourne City odds to win A League 2014/2015

Posted on 02/09 by G Waldorf

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Having joined the league in the 2010/11 season, Melbourne Heart have drawn good crowds and forged a great rivalry against city rivals Melbourne Victory. At the begining of 2014 Melbourne Heart was acquired by City Football Group for $12m and have since had a name change to Melbourne City. Despite being at the bottom of the ladder last season, the new owners have promised to turn the club around and have made some top signings including David Villa and Damien Duff.

At odds of $5.00 the bookies make Melbourne City favourites. A better start to the season will be required if they are to jusify favouritism after taking 15 games to win their first match last season. With links to some of the biggest clubs in the world of football, it may well pay dividends to side with Melbourne City as the new owners look to make them a force in the A League.

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