Tottenham Hotspur will aim to extend their unbeaten start to the season against bottom-club Leicester City on Saturday.
Spurs are unbeaten after six matches this season – an unbeaten run that now stretches 12 games back to April.
Manager Antonio Conte is expecting a tough clash against City at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
“You know very well that we have to try in every game to get a win. This has to be our mentality. You have to understand that when we lose, we are totally in the opposite side, and for this reason we need to be a bit angry, and to try and have a good reaction,” Conte told the club’s website.
“Now we have the possibility to play another game in the Premier League, and for us it’s important to get a win, but at the same time you know you’re going to play against Leicester. For me, the table at the moment is not faithful to them because we are talking about a really good team, a really good squad.
“We are talking about Brendan Rodgers, who is a really good manager who has won in his career. For this reason, we have to pay great attention. I think in England Leicester became a good team, a difficult team to play.
“Don’t forget that they won a Premier League with Claudio Ranieri, they won the FA Cup, they won the Community Shield against Manchester City. We are talking about a club that in the last seven years, they won something in England. It means that we are talking about a really good club, a really good squad, a good manager and with great ambition. That’s it,” he added.