Manchester City are huge favourites going into this tie

Manchester City go into this on the back of seven straight league wins. Spurs lost four of the previous five Premier League affairs.
The Citizens bagged four or more goals in six of their previous seven league matches.

Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal are fierce North London enemies but all Arsenal fans will cheer for Spurs on Tuesday evening. The reason is the title race. Spurs host Manchester City in the postponed game of Matchday No 34 on Tuesday night in London.

Anything but City’s win would put Tottenham’s eternal rivals Arsenal in the driving seat ahead of next weekend’s final day fixtures.

Spurs also have calculations of their own going into this tie. They have cut the gap behind Aston Villa to just four points in the battle for the 4th place and a spot in the Champions League next season. Ange Postecoglou’s men did so by beating Burnley after a second-half comeback on Saturday.

Manchester City did not have any problems in their weekend’s clash. They eased past Fulham 4-0 at Craven Cottage. Josko Gvardiol was the unlikely hero with a brace in London on Saturday afternoon.

Manchester City are huge favourites going into this tie. They just need to win the remaining two matches of the season to defend their Premier League title. The Citizens seem to have found their wanted rhythm in recent weeks. They’ll go into this on the back of seven straight Premier League wins.

Pep Guardiola’s machinery bagged four or more goals in all but one of these seven successive victories. They are up against a leaky Spurs’ defence on Tuesday.

Tottenham lost four of the previous five league fixtures. They have allowed three or more goals in three of the four defeats during this negative thread. We expect a one-way street for the champions here. You can back Manchester City to have the lead at the half time and win the game at the end at the 2.05 odds.

We would be shocked to witness a low-scoring scenario on Tuesday. Man City have been scoring for fun of late while Tottenham have not been able to defend for quite a while.

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