The last time these sides met Spurs won 3-1 and there are reasons to be hopeful that the Lilywhites could end City’s perfect home record.
The Citizens have had just one shut-out – against Norwich – in their last seven matches and Spurs’ current defensive record gives the visitors a great chance.
In fact Spurs have won 19 and lost only one of their last 33 matches when scoring. As such the 23/20, in the Double Chance market, that Spurs avoid defeat looks a good price.
The best bet for this game, however, looks to be in the half-time markets.
City have been drawing after 45 minutes in half their 14 home matches against top-eight finishers in the past two seasons while Spurs have been level at the break in 12 of their last 18 games on the road.
In what looks likely to be a close contest the half-time draw offers great value at 5/4.
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