Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne has been involved in seven goals in his last eight Premier League matches (five goals and two assists). His next goal will be his 50th overall in the competition, making him the fourth Belgian to reach the milestone after Romelu Lukaku, Christian Benteke and Eden Hazard.
Tottenham Hotspur have won three of their last four Premier League matches against Man City (L1), albeit with each victory coming at home. Having won this season’s reverse fixture, they can secure their first ever double over the reigning PL champions.
Spurs’ Son Heung-min has scored six goals in his last eight appearances against Man City in all competitions, netting the winner in the reverse fixture on the opening weekend this season.
This will be the fifth meeting between Pep Guardiola and Antonio Conte in all competitions. In 2016/17, Conte became the first manager to achieve a league double over the Spaniard, while Guardiola won both meetings with the Italian the following campaign.
Referee: Anthony Taylor. Assistants: Gary Beswick, Adam Nunn. Fourth official: Craig Pawson. VAR: Darren England. Assistant VAR: Simon Bennett.
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