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Independent - Mon Oct 29 11:24 PM
Spurs went down to Riyad Mahrez's early strike but they pushed City back in the second half
Independent - Mon Oct 29 10:34 PM
Negative energy from both players and fans fed off one another to produce one of the ugliest, scrappiest, clumsiest games you could imagine between two top teams dedicated to playing the game the right way
Independent - Mon Oct 29 10:18 PM
Tottenham 0-1 Manchester City: City weren't at their best but still showed why there might be real ground between themselves and the rest by the end of the season​
Independent - Mon Oct 29 9:55 PM
City beat Tottenham 1-0 as the 'home' side pay the ultimate price for their poor pitch
Independent - Mon Oct 29 10:57 AM
In finally beating Spurs last year Pep Guardiola's side showed they had moved onto another level - can Mauricio Pochettino's match it this time around?
Independent - Mon Oct 29 9:11 AM
Mauricio Pochettino reacted angrily to his City counterpart's 'disrespectful' description of his team last season
Independent - Mon Oct 29 7:18 AM
Both Manchester City and Tottenham bear the hallmarks of their managers' on-pitch personalities
Independent - Sun Oct 28 10:34 PM
Guardiola's Manchester City meet Tottenham at Wembley on Monday night amid speculation that Pochettino could replace Julen Lopetegui at the Bernabeu
Independent - Sat Oct 27 10:48 AM
Guardiola's Manchester City face Spurs at Wembley on Monday night
Independent - Fri Oct 26 3:32 PM
Klopp's Liverpool have the chance to go clear at the top of the Premier League with Man City not playing until Monday night's mouthwatering fixture against Spurs
Independent - Fri Oct 26 2:51 PM
A look ahead to the Premier League fixture at Wembley Stadium
Independent - Fri Oct 26 2:51 PM
Kevin De Bruyne's return from a knee ligament injury has increased competition for places
Independent - Thu Oct 25 1:27 PM
Beyond Manchester United, the rest – Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham – have become almost untouchable, a consequence of the resource gap in accumulating both playing and coaching talent