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Tottenham v Man City Preview, Stats and Betting Tips, Sunday 29th October, Wembley Stadium, Kick off: 20:00

Tottenham’s improvement in recent years to Champions League regulars who have come within a whisker of winning the title is remarkable. This season is a huge one for Spurs if their improvement is to continue but they may well get a reminder of how much work is left to do when defending Premier League champions, Man City visit Wembley Stadium on Monday night.

Spurs v City Tips

  • Man City to Win at 3/4 with Coral
  • Riyad Mahrez to Score at 17/10 with BetVictor

Tottenham v Man City Preview

Tottenham’s draw against PSV in Eindhoven leaves their chances of improving in the Champions League hanging by a thread. That disappointment is eased by the fact that this is their best ever start to a Premier League season with 21 points from nine games. Despite that, the size of the challenge they face to overcome Man City is laid bare by the fact they are two points behind the current league leaders who themselves are two points behind where they were at this time last year.

Neutrals are rightly getting excited about the prospect of a genuine title race this season thanks to the early form of Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham. That form may just be masking how well Man City are playing though.

Yes, the Citizens were held to draw away to Wolves and Liverpool but most teams will get beaten at Molineux and Anfield this season. When Man City hit top gear they are irresistible as Burnley, Cardiff, Fulham and Huddersfield all found out. City were also excellent against Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday night so will take to the Wembley pitch full of confidence.

Key Stats, Injuries and Suspensions

Pep Guardiola has only lost once to Spurs since coming to England (his first trip to White Hart Lane). City won both encounters last season to an aggregate score of 7-2. In terms of this year’s form, Spurs are yet to beat a side in the top seven having lost to Watford and Liverpool.

Jan Vertonghen and Vincent Janssen will both miss out for Spurs while Danny Rose and Dele Alli face late fitness tests. City have Kevin De Bruyne back to full fitness but Ilkay Gundogan and Danilo are unlikely to play any part while Claudio Bravo remains sidelined.

Tottenham v Man City Verdict

Optimistic Tottenham fans will be delighted with the team’s start to the season but there is an argument to say that they’ve yet to pass any real tests. They were fortunate to go in at half time level with Man Utd before turning on the style in the second half and weren’t great in the defeats to Watford and Liverpool. With Man City playing as well as they are, the champions are tough to ignore at odds of 3/4 with Coral.

Man City have so many attacking options that Riyad Mahrez hasn’t had the minutes he’d like just yet. Still, he’s made a real impact at City scoring some very good goals. His pace and trickery means he’ll be a threat whether he starts or comes off the bench so back Mahrez to score at 17/10 with BetVictor.