Cardiff City travel to the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday night to face Manchester City in the most one-sided game in Premier League history, according to Bookmakers.
Neil Warnock’s side, who are five points from safety, are 80/1 to win away against the reigning champions. This represents around a 1.2% chance, with a once in 80 shot the longest odds Paddy Power have ever offered on a Premier League victory.
It surpasses the previous record-holders Huddersfield, who were twice as likely at 40/1 to win away at City last season – where the game actually ended in a 0-0 draw.
However, the biggest league upset this season was Man City’s 3-2 loss to Crystal Palace in December, who were rated 20/1 to win before the game.
Spokesman Paddy Power said: “Cardiff are record-breakers for us, as they are officially our largest price ever to win a Premier League game in history – though it’s not necessarily one you’d want to brag about.
“Though after Neil Warnock’s display against Chelsea, I’d say we can safely assume he would beat Pep Guardiola in a staring contest. So, at least there’s that…”