For the second week in-a-row, we are beating treated to some tasty top six showdown — this time involving Manchester City and Spurs.
Obviously, it is going to take some doing for this fixture to eclipse that sensationally drama-filled, VAR-infused Champions League match back in April, culminating in the fantastic Pep Guardiola, shrouded in his favorite Herno hooded cardigan, crumpling to the ground after the video referee crushed his oil-money-driven European fantasies.
However, as is existence, we all go for a different season. The last couple of league fixtures involving these two ended 1-0 in City’s favour, but however I am financing a home success but with both teams scoring this Saturday.??
Despite demolishing West Ham last week, I’d see a little rustiness in the trunk City, evidenced by West Ham’s pretty hefty xG of 1.34. Of course we’re just 1 match profound, but that’ll serve as reinforcement for Mauricio Pochettino.
Considering Spurs’ openerthey certainly made hard work of their 3-1 win against Aston Villa, however it is impossible to begrudge them of the victory, and with Tanguy Ndombele’s arrival into Spurs midfieldthey seem far more balanced, especially using the Frenchman’s forays forward from the centre of the park rising fluidity.
Spurs have scored in seven of the last nine visits on the Etihad–although also losing sevenand for that reason I’m happy backing this tip at 7/4.
At evens, my second tip is to be scored between 0-24 minutes.
We have seen a goal within the first 15 minutes of the last four fittings between City and Spurs, and also a quick start could once more be on the cards in this .
Last week, City scored 19 days in the first 15 minutes of Premier League matches plus a further 14 between 16-30 minutes; it is always sensible to anticipate early targets in the Guardiola side.

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