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Manchester City to win to nil
City have won 15 matches in a row in all competitions and have won six in a row at home without conceding a single goal.
Given that Spurs have lost four of their last five matches and were beaten 1-0 in back-to-back games against Brighton and Chelsea, it’s hard to see Jose Mourinho’s side coming away with anything against the league leaders.
Manchester City to win the first half
City led at half time in five of their six consecutive home wins and look likely to grab an early lead again on Saturday.
Tottenham were behind at half-time in recent league defeats to Brighton, Chelsea and Liverpool, as well as the 5-4 FA Cup loss to Everton in midweek.
Phil Foden to score
Foden has been in excellent form of late, scoring six goals in his last 13 appearances.
The England international was the best player on the pitch while playing up front in City’s 4-1 win over Liverpool last weekend and will very likely start in that position against Spurs.
Under 3.5 Tottenham corners
Tottenham have struggled to impose themselves on matches in the Premier League recently and there’s a good chance they are penned in for long periods on Saturday.
Spurs won two corners against Chelsea and one against Liverpool over the past few weeks, and didn’t earn a single corner when they played City in November.
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