Recovered from the midweek madness yet? Well, strap yourselves in and get ready for the final episode of this three-part saga between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur.
If this Premier League tie is anything like the Champions League double-header – then cancel all your plans for tomorrow afternoon!
City will be looking for revenge after crashing out of Europe on Wednesday – but do Spurs hold the mental edge over the reigning league champions?
We’ve got a full rundown of this crucial match-up right here…
City are 2/7 on to grab the winand lay some demons to rest tomorrow. Pep Guardiola’s boys won’t want to give Spurs a sniff, with a home win to nil at 5/4.
The Lilywhites will be riding a crest of a wave after their Champions League progression, but are an intriguing 10/1 to beat City for the second time in three games.
A draw with both teams hitting the onion bag comes in at 6/1.
Pep won’t mess about and may ring the changes for this one. Vincent Kompany may lose out to the youthful John Stones in defence, while Fernandinho will surely start from the off this time.
Bernardo Silva could play as part of a midfield three, which could see Leroy Sane return to the starting line-up.
Guardiola could even opt for Gabriel Jesus instead of Sergio Aguero up top – especially with Manchester United to come next Wednesday.
Spurs may well retain the same side that made history in midweek. Son Heung-Min will certainly be a handful for the Citizens defence again.
Raheem Sterling was on fire on Wednesday and is9/2 to score 2 or more goals yet again.
Sane’s inclusion could see himbreaking the deadlock at 5/1. Jesus anytime is 19/20.
As for Poch’s men,Son is 17/2 to score first and heap more woe on the home side. Lucas Moura’s pace could well be a threat again, he’s 7/2 anytime.
But City know they can’t slip up again, so we go Bernardo Silva to notch in a Sky Blues win at 3/1.
Where: Etihad Stadium
When: 12:30pm, Saturday 20th April
How to watch: Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Main Event
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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication
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