Man City will be looking to end a run of two straight draws in the Premier League this weekend when they play host to Tottenham. Meanwhile, there will be pressure on the visitors, who have suffered defeats in each of their last three league matches.

Before Betting On Man City vs Tottenham  

Man City remain the side to beat in the Premier League this term, but they come into this fixture sitting second in the standings after playing out draws in each of their last two matches. That means that they currently sit a point behind Arsenal, and only a victory will see them end the round at the top of the standings.

Tottenham’s bright start to the season has ended, as they come into this match in poor recent form. Spurs have lost each of their last three matches in the competition, which has seen them drop to fifth in the standings. Another defeat this weekend could see them end the round in sixth place in the league standings.

City’s home record in this fixture is excellent, as they have lost just twice in 13 previous Premier League home matches against Spurs. However, Tottenham have landed victories in five of their last seven league matches against City. That is as many wins as they had recorded in their previous 19 against the reigning champions.

Pep Guardiola will be looking for an upturn in form from his side this weekend, as they have dropped points in four of their last seven matches. That includes draws in each of their previous two. However, they haven’t drawn three matches on the bounce since Guardiola’s first season in charge at the Etihad.

Tottenham have now lost their last three matches, which has ended their eleven-game unbeaten run. Spurs haven’t endured a longer losing sequence in the Premier League since losing six on the bounce between October and November 2004. David Pleat was the last Spurs boss to lose four matches on the bounce in April 2004.

Man City vs Tottenham Offshore Odds & Pick

Match ResultOdds
Man City1.30

Man City have an excellent home record against Spurs, and that could be the trend to follow this weekend. Therefore, we will be siding with the reigning champions getting back on track at the Etihad.