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What are Spurs’ chances of Champions League success?

It is no great secret that Tottenham Hotspur haven’t really performed too well in this season’s Europa League competition thus far. Their performances have been so dire that they have fallen to odds of 10/1 to lift the Eruopa League trophy outright – a long way shy of fellow English sides Arsenal (5/1) and Leicester City (8/1). These odds are from trusted Cancasinos online casino but there are more gambling sites than ever before, and a number of different points…
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Manchester City could hand further misery on Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham

Inconsistent Tottenham Hotspur could fall as many as nine points outside of the Champions League places this weekend as they place host to in-form Manchester City in their new stadium on Sunday. Jose Mourinho’s side ended a four-game winless streak with a late victory over Norwich City in their last Premier League game, leaving them six points behind Chelsea, who sit in fourth. Their West London rivals face a tough game themselves this weekend when they visit Leicester City in…
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Spurs vs Man City preview, team news, key stats and prediction

Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City Premier League 2019/20 2nd February, 16:30pm BST New Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London Spurs vs Manchester City preview Arguably the most-anticipated game of the Premier League weekend concludes the action on Sunday afternoon when Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City meet at the impressive new stadium in North London. Manchester City have taken 13 points from a possible 15 as Pep Guardiola’s side look to finish the season on a high and in second place. Jose Mourinho’s…
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Spurs couldn’t win the title, could they?

So much has been made of the head-to-head duel between Liverpool and Manchester City in the pursuit of the Premier League title that it’s often easy to forget that Spurs are only five points off top spot as well. When City were five points off Liverpool at the summit of the league the consensus was that it was very much game on. So why aren’t Spurs being taken as seriously? It’s probably because they refuse to go away rather than…
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Will we still be in Europe come May?

Will we still be in Europe come May? That is the question uppermost in the minds of Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United fans. By 29 March 2019, the nation’s fate in Europe may still be up in the air, but we will know for sure if the four English clubs that are competing in the Round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League have all progressed in to the last eight ties that will be played in April.…
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Can Pep’s City be stopped?

Manchester City have begun their Premier League defence in devastating fashion, dispatching Arsenal 2-0 at the Emirates and hammering Huddersfield 6-1 at the Etihad. The 1-1 draw at Molineux is the only blemish on their record so far, but they can count themselves incredibly unfortunate not to have beaten Wolves. Many of their star players are still recovering from a summer of tournament football in Russia and yet the champions look even better than they did last season. So who…
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Who will finish in the top four of the Premier League?

With just twelve matches played in this season’s Premier League, we are already getting a good idea of who the main contenders are to lift the trophy in May 2018. So let’s have a look at which teams stand a good chance of ending the season in the top four positions of the Premier League. Manchester City Few people would be willing to bet against Manchester City’s chances of winning the Premier League. Pep Guardiola’s side have shown a goalscoring…
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Nine yellow cards for Tottenham Hotspur against Chelsea

Amid the euphoria of Leicester City’s magnificent and historical title success (needless to say, our heartiest congratulations to all concerned), new Premier League ground was also broken elsewhere on Monday night. In the title crunch game at Chelsea, nine yellow cards were shown to Tottenham Hotspur players; the first time in the competition’s history that nine different players from one team had been shown yellow. Considering the importance of the game, Cup Final referee Mark Clattenburg appeared to be in…
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