Both Tottenham and Manchester City will be equally determined to secure all three points when the two sides lock horns on Tuesday, May 14th.

All eyes will be on what will be a very intriguing tie starring Tottenham and Manchester City that will be taking place on Tuesday. Tottenham, who are hosting this clash, come into this match having finally ended a horrible streak that had seen them lose four on the trot. Their 2-1 win over Burnley sees Ange Postecoglou's men sitting in fifth spot, and while securing a top four berth will be tricky given the five points that separate them from Aston Villa, a win here will certainly keep that hope of securing Champions League football alive.

Meanwhile, Manchester City come into this game in devastatingly brilliant form. Although Pep Guardiola's men saw their hopes of retaining their Champions League crown end in the quarter-finals at the hands of Real Madrid, they nonetheless are unbeaten in their last 33 games across all competitions. The last team to defeat the Cityzens was Aston Villa, who earned a narrow 1-0 victory back in December. However, Tottenham has proven to be a stumbling block for City in recent times as they have lost their last four trips to Tottenham's home ground without scoring.

That being said, City have won their last seven Premier League games and will fully know that they must win this game in order to push the title race to the final day. At the moment, Arsenal are on top of the table - but only by the slimmest of margins - and City do have a huge advantage with this upcoming game in hand yet to be played.

Will Guardiola's squad continue their steady march towards the Premier League title and ensure that matchday 38 will truly be a nail biting affair for many observers? Or will Tottenham put a serious dent in their opponents' title charge as they aim to make a late push for a Champions League berth?

Match facts: Tottenham vs Manchester City

  • Manchester City are unbeaten in their last 33 games across all competitions...
  • ...and they are also on a seven game winning streak in the Premier League
  • However, Tottenham have won their last four Premier League home games against City 

Team news: Tottenham vs Manchester City

Tottenham: Yves Bissouma is out for the rest of the season after sustaining a knee injury during his team's win over Burnley. Additional players who will not be involved include Richarlison, Destiny Udogie, Ben Davies, Timo Werner.

Manchester City: The visitors, however, have pretty much a full strength squad available, with Jack Grealish anticipated to return after missing out recently due to illness, but Nathan Ake may be a doubt for Tuesday's tie.

Broadcast info: Tottenham vs Manchester City

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