Lets predict; Tottenham vs Man City who do you think would win???

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Following their come-from-behind victory against Manchester City in the previous game week, Manchester United, will be hoping to continue where they left off against Manchester City when they host host bottom side West Bromwich Albion.

What is clear is City has its swagger back after a demoralizing week that saw the leaders fail to seal top spot by losing the Manchester derby and exiting the Champions League. Only three clubs have claimed Premier League wins away to Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs in the same season - Coventry in 1993-94, Charlton in 2001-02 and Blackburn in 2002-03. He struck from close range after Gabriel Jesus' shot was parried. It's still five games to go.

"I play as a winger [so] it's a little bit more hard cause I have to give assists, I have to give the pass and create chances". Ben Davies will start instead. He also has a keen eye for talent and that can be seen with the signing of Davinson Sanchez from Ajax, with the young Colombian having replaced stalwart Toby Alderweireld in the starting eleven seamlessly.

Eric Dier is due a recall after being rested for the win at Stoke so Victor Wanyama is likely to make way with Mousa Dembele keeping his place in midfield.

"Harry is very honest and he is not going to lie about this situation". It was credited to Christian Eriksen before Kane appealed and the Dane's free kick was judged to have taken a deflection off the striker.

This should be a genuinely good game between two high-tempo, technical and cohesive sides who like dominating matches.

"Now we have, in front of us, the most important title by far".

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Tottenham Hotspur face Manchester City in the biggest game of a packed Premier League weekend.

In the 2016/2017 campaign, Romelu Lukaku looked all set to win the Golden Boot before Kane snatched it from him with seven goals in their last two games against Leicester and Hull.

Spurs are also unbeaten in the league at home this season and will be looking to build on that impressive record, as they haven't lost a home game since the 2015/16 season in the league.

I will be backing the Tottenham/Over 2.5 goals double, but won't take anything less than [3.9]. Mauricio Pochettino brought Heung-Min Son and Lucas Moura to try an unlikely comeback, but it was just too late and the Blues just ran out the clock.