TOTTENHAM VS MAN CITY
DIER, FAZIO, VERTONGHEN, DAVIES,
CHADLI, ERIKSEN, LAMELA,
SILVA, LAMPARD, NAVAS,
KOLAROV, MANGALA, DEMICHELIS, ZABALETA,
Manchester City's quest to secure a top-four finish in the Barclays Premier League continues in London when Manuel Pellegrini's men will be hoping to repeat their 3-2 win over Aston Villa following successive defeats.
City have lost five away games; one more will represent their heaviest number of away losses since 2010-11 (seven). However, they have scored 34 goals on the road, the second best in the Premier League behind Chelsea.
They face a Spurs side with only nine home wins and five defeats. It is their fewest home victories since they won nine in 2010-11.
With four games left Spurs have 58 points, 11 fewer than they finished with last season. But they are already level on goals scored (55) over the whole of the previous campaign and need 12 to equal their most goals in the competition (67 in 2009-10).
City striker Sergio Ag¸ero has an impressive record against Spurs, scoring six goals in three games against the London club including a hat-trick in the 4-1 home win in October.