Manchester City vs Tottenham (Premier League, 18.10.2014)

Manchester City are shaping up to be the only real contenders besides Chelsea so far for the Premier League title, regardless of the fact that the Citizens are still trailing 5 points behind their London counterparts. Against Tottenham, Man City will look forward to replicating something of their last season form where in two matches they managed to score eleven goals and concede only one.

Tottenham look to have crumbled after the loss to Liverpool, and are now on the look to regain that momentum, which would keep the team and players on their European course. Without Walker out with a groin injury, Tottenham might find it difficult to keep City from opening the score early. Chadli is also uncertain as the Belgium star is sidelined with a hip injury. This might come to hit Tottenham seriously in their goalscoring chances, as the Belgian forward had already scored four goals for the Spurs this season. Lloris is also suspected of the same injury as Chadli, and are set to be checked by the team’s doctors later this week.
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While showing a good form in Premier League, the Citizens are looking not so sharp in Champions League. Yaya Toure is returning from international duty and needs to submit to a fitness test to see if he is fit to play or sit this match out and be ready for the trip to Russia. City have some of Premier League brightest stars at their disposal with David Silva being one of those to shine during the recent international break. Kompany, Aguero and Joe Hart make the hosts dangerous in almost all areas of the field.

Titan Bet has no doubt about the winner of this match and gives Man City 1.44 odds for an outright win. Tottenham’s odds to produce an upset have been set at 7.00 and a draw has 4.33 odds. Over 3.5 goals has 2.45 odds, Man City to win and both teams to score has 2.80 odds and the first half with the majority of goals has 2.85 odds. The hosts to keep a clean sheet have 2.25 odds, Tottenham have 7.00 odds and we’re betting 8 units on Manchester City to score over 2.5 goals at 2.40 with Titan Bet.

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