The Premier League returns on Saturday with what should hopefully be an exciting clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City.
Jose Mourinho’s Spurs side are the second top scorers having found the net 19 times so far this season, and are one point behind leaders Leicester.
Opponents Man City have struggled in front of goal so far, scoring 10 times, and find themselves in the unusual position – in the City Football Group era at least – of being 10th in the table after seven matches.
However, manager Pep Guardiola has reconfirmed his commitment to the club, signing a two-year contract extension this week.
A win for Spurs will vault them to the top of the table on Saturday night, with Leicester going to champions Liverpool on Sunday evening.
What time is Tottenham Hotspur vs Man City?
Kick-off in north London is at 5.30pm on Saturday, following on from Newcastle vs Chelsea and Aston Villa vs Brighton.
Later on, Manchester United host West Brom in the day’s 8pm kick-off.
Sunday sees Arsenal go to Marcelo Biela’s Leeds for the 4.30pm match, while Liverpool and Leicester are due to kick-off at 7.15pm.
Tottenham Hotspur vs Man City TV channel and live stream
Sky Sports will show Saturday’s teatime clash between Spurs and Man City, coverage starting at 5pm on the Main Event and Premier League channels.
Fans either need Sky Sports subscription or sign up using NOW TV to be able to stream the game.
All other games on Saturday are on BT Sport, with Sky Sports showing Sunday’s clashes involving Arsenal and Liverpool.
BBC One will be showing Fulham vs Everton on Sunday lunchtime.
Tottenham Hotspur vs Man City odds
It's another chapter in the Jose Mourinho vs Pep Guardiola rivalry – El Clasicos, Champions League final places, a European Super Cup and Premier League glory have all been on the line in this battle that has last more than 10 years.
Mourinho got one over the Spaniard last season in a 2-0 win at home, and a repeat of that is 22/1 with thepools.com. However, the Spurs head coach has not secured back-to-back wins against the former Barcelona manager throughout his career.
So a draw at 3/1 or a City win at 4/5 could be the likely outcome if history repeats itself.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com and subject to change.
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