Manchester City v Tottenham live stream, Sky Sports, Saturday 13 February, 5.30pm GMT
Manchester City will be looking to extend their winning run to 11 games in the Premier League when they host Tottenham on Saturday.
Pep Guardiola’s side have won their last 10 top-flight outings and their last 15 in all competitions - the longest run by a top-tier team in English football history. Widely written off in the opening months of the campaign, City (opens in new tab) are now overwhelming favourites to win the Premier League title. With a five-point lead and a game in hand on the teams below them, City are starting to look like they might be uncatchable. Victory here would further underline their position of strength.
Tottenham (opens in new tab) are going through a sticky spell, having lost four of their last five games in all competitions. Their most recent setback came in the form of a thrilling 5-4 defeat by Everton (opens in new tab) in the fifth round of the FA Cup, a game in which Spurs attacked well but defended poorly. Questions continued to be asked of Jose Mourinho, who will know better than anyone that he was not brought in to get Spurs to eighth in the league.
City will have to make do without Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero, but they have coped pretty well without two of their biggest stars in recent weeks. Ruben Dias will need to be assessed after a bout of illness, while Rodri and Fernandinho are both carrying niggles. Nathan Ake is still out, so Aymeric Laporte will partner John Stones at centre-back if Dias is not ready to play.
Tottenham are unable to call upon the services of Giovani Lo Celso and Sergio Reguilon for their trip to Manchester, while Serge Aurier is a doubt due to a minor injury.
Dele Alli is likely to be included in the matchday squad after working his way back to fitness, but Gareth Bale could miss out. Mourinho said the Welshman was “not feeling comfortable” ahead of the Everton loss, before adding: “I don’t think it’s an obvious injury”.
Kick-off is at 5.30pm GMT and the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League in the UK. See below for watching details where you are.
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