Manchester City

4-2-3-1: If Guardiola fields this Man City XI, expect them to comfortably beat Spurs

It’s safe to say that our resident City fans are having a mini breakdown in the Transfer Tavern following the 4-0 massacre delivered by Everton last Sunday, which led to Pep Guardiola claiming his side were out of the title race.

Although it is Guardiola’s first season in English football, it is safe to say that he has had an underwhelming effect as City boss, especially as his side were tipped by many to lift the Premier League title come May.

The fixtures do not get easier for Pep’s men as they welcome Spurs in the Saturday evening kick off, a side that seem to be bang in form and full of confidence with key players such as Harry Kane and Dele Alli performing admirably in recent weeks.

The last time these two met, we saw Spurs end Guardiola’s unbeaten start to Premier League life with an Aleksander Kolorov own goal and Dele Alli strike leading Spurs to a 2-0 win at White Hart Lane.

Though saying this, the tougher the game will spark the Citizens in to life according to our ;andlord and expect no laying down from City come the weekend, especially if they field this XI…

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