10. Manchester City and Tottenham meet for the 144th time on Sunday afternoon, with Spurs boasting a 56-53 win-loss record against their northern foes. Another Tottenham victory can be backed at 5.75.
9. City have not lost to Spurs in their last four clashes, however, and have won the past three. A fourth City win on the bounce is available at 1.57.
8. Mario Balotelli scored an injury-time winner the last time the two sides met, sealing a 3-2 victory at the Etihad back in January. A repeat 3-2 win is on offer at 19.00.
7. City had to fight back from a two-goal deficit to draw 2-2 with Ajax in midweek, the fourth draw they’ve secured this season after going behind. Another draw on Sunday is available at 4.00.
6. However, City and Spurs have not drawn in Manchester in nine games, since an FA Cup clash in January 2004 that finished 1-1. Another 1-1 result is available at 7.75, with a City Draw No Bet at 1.18.
5. Jermain Defoe scored at hat-trick for Spurs in their 3-1 win over Maribor in the Europa League on Thursday. His first came on 22 minutes and Sunday’s game is 1.80 to witness a goal before the half hour.
4. 60% of City’s and Tottenham’s Premier League games this season have produced over 2.5 goals, with the league average just 53.5%. Sunday’s clash is 1.62 to exceed 2.5 goals.
3. In six of the pair’s last seven meetings, whoever scored first has gone on to win the game. A HT/FT bet on Spurs/Spurs is available at 10.50.
2. Brad Friedel has not kept a clean sheet all season, while goalkeeping team-mate Hugo Lloris has kept two. Man City are 7.25 not to score on Sunday afternoon.
1. Spurs earned a 1-0 win the first time these two clubs clashed in the Premier League, at Maine Road back in November 1992. A Terry Phelan own goal was enough for Tottenham that day, who have since won six clashes 1-0. The same result can be backed at 18.00.