What time is Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City live on TV?

What time is Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City live on TV?

League leaders Man City are in a bad stretch under Pep Guardiola after defeats to Liverpool in their UEFA Champions League quarterfinals and then Manchester United in the derby last weekend.

Manchester City have lost their last two games away to Tottenham, conceding six goals and scoring just once, although both of those matches were at White Hart Lane rather than Wembley.

As the half wore down, Spurs slightly improved and pulled a fortuitous goal back three minutes before the break when Aymeric Laporte's attempted clearance cannoned off the shins of Christian Eriksen and into the corner of the net.

There have been some great games between these two clubs over recent years, and let's hope tonight's lives up to expectations. That will be the theme of the contest when they take on Tottenham Hotspur, who could not have faced City at a better time.

Mauricio Pochettino's men had won their previous six Premier League matches and were on a 14-match unbeaten run in the league. They will clinch the title if Manchester United lose to West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford tomorrow afternoon.

The Blues have had a nightmare week, losing three games in a row in disappointing fashion, while simultaneously getting dumped out of the Champions League and squandering the opportunity to win the Premier League title in front of their arch-rivals. On Saturday, they will host Leicester at Turf Moor lying in seventh place, just five points adrift of sixth-placed Arsenal and a further three shy of Chelsea in fifth. He has created the highest number of chances during that spell.

Here's what Guardiola said when asked about the possibility of his team blowing their huge lead in the final weeks of the season.

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"Teams in the bottom half still want to hurt you and they have a lot of quality, but they are always more likely to sit deep and close the gaps between the lines".

Harry Kane will be expected to return to the starting line-up for Spurs after he marked his return to action from an ankle injury with a controversial goal.

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