Man City v Spurs Betting Tips & Predictions

Manchester City are big favourites for the visit of Tottenham in the Premier League on Saturday evening.

Man City and Spurs are the Premier League’s only unbeaten teams coming into matchday seven, and both sides picked up victories in the Champions League in midweek. 

Spurs also have confidence coming into this one, having done the double over City in 2021-22.

City could be without Kyle Walker and John Stones, with the England internationals both listed as doubts. Lucas Moura is the only confirmed absentee for the visitors.

Double Chance: Tottenham Win Or Draw

9/4 (BetVictor)

Even beyond draws with Newcastle and Aston Villa, Manchester City have been fallible in 2022-23. They fell behind to Crystal Palace, and the defence has been unsettled by absences and inconsistent form.

Tottenham, as they proved on their last trip to the Etihad Stadium, are primed to take advantage. Heung-min Son might not be in his best form, but his chemistry with Harry Kane remains. Richarlison and Dejan Kulusevski have both displayed strong early-season performances, too.

City won’t drop many points at home this season. Spurs might be the team best set up to take something from the Etihad, though, making 9/4 a good price.

Most Corners: Tottenham 

15/2 (Paddy Power)

This might seem counter-intuitive when City are going to have at least 65 per cent possession. Spurs will camp on the edge of their box and look to play on the counter.

Having a lot of ball doesn’t guarantee a high corner count for the hosts, while Spurs can generate some corners from their direct counters and forcing Ederson into saves.

City have only had two more corners than Spurs thus far. While this is a market it makes sense for City to be favoured in, the price on Spurs is great value.

Anytime Goalscorer: Erling Haaland

33/50 (SportNation)

There is no reason to stop backing Erling Haaland in the anytime goalscorer market. The Norwegian has 10 goals already this term, and has a massive lead in the expected goals charts. 

Having scored twice more in midweek, Haaland has nine goals in four appearances. Plus, he has failed to score just once since his disappointing Community Shield outing. 

Keep riding with Haaland’s purple patch. He’s a good wager here even at 33/50.

All odds are subject to change

Sam Cox

Sam is a sports writer who produces betting tips and predictions as well as news articles and features across several sports for Betting.com. His main focus is football, where he writes about the Premier League, Champions League and Championship, among others. An all-round sports fanatic, Sam also covers NFL, NBA and MLB, plus Formula 1 and cricket.

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