Second placed City have scored 11 goals against Spurs in their last two meetings and will be aiming for back-to-back victories following their 2-0 away win against Aston Villa, as they look to keep up the pace with league leaders Chelsea.
Spurs, who got back to winning ways with their 1-0 over Southampton, will hope to fair better against City this time out under new manager Mauricio Pochettino.
KICK-OFF: Saturday, 12.45pm
PAST THREE MEETINGS...
Tottenham 1 (Capoue) Man City 5 (Aguero, Y Toure, Dzeko, Jovetic, Kompany), Premier League, January 2014
Man City 6 (Navas 2, Sandro og, Aguero 2, Y Toure, Negredo) Tottenham 0, Premier League, November 2013
Tottenham 3 (Dempsey, Defoe, Bale) Man City 1 (Nasri), Premier League, April 2013
Man City have scored 26 goals against Spurs in last 7 games.
City have only lost once in the last 7 meetings v Tottenham.
Edin Dzeko has 6 goals against Spurs in 6 games.
Overal Man City have beaten Spurs 51 times in the League compared to Tottenham’s 48.
Man City to win: 1.44
Tottenham to win: 6.5
TV: Live on BT Sports 1 at 12.45pm