Manchester City is going head to head with Tottenham Hotspur starting on 10 Sept 2022 at 16:30 UTC at Etihad Stadium stadium, Manchester city, England. The match is a part of the Premier League. Currently, Manchester City rank 2nd, while Tottenham Hotspur hold 3rd position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors. On livescore you can find all previous Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur results sorted by their H2H matches. also provides the best way to follow the live score of this game with various sports features. Therefore, you can: Follow detailed statistics such as ball possession, shots, corner kicks, big chances created, cards, key passes, duels and more Check all head to head matches – for instance, in the last season Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur played 2 games against each other Track all home and away games for each team in the Premier League.
Speaking to BonusCodeBets, Liverpool legend John Barnes believes Spurs will finish behind the Reds and Manchester City. Barnes said: “Man City and Liverpool are going to be the top two again then after them will be Tottenham. Then Arsenal and Chelsea; Arsenal are doing really well at this moment in time but of course, they’ve still got a young side and if they go through a bit of a sticky patch, the young players probably need a bit more experience. “While they’re doing well now, it will be between them and Chelsea for the fourth spot but I think the top three will be Man City and Liverpool or Liverpool and Man City then Tottenham.” Speaking last weekend, Valencia boss Gennaro Gattuso admitted that the deal was practically there and it would go through once Tottenham had brought in a replacement for the Bryan Gil. However, that has not happened and it means Gil will be part of Antonio Conte’s squad and provide cover for the likes of Son Heung-min and Co in attack.
Following reports of the player’s loan deal to Valencia collapsing, the ex-Sevilla man took to social media and posted a cryptic message in Spanish on his Instagram Stories. It read: “Sometimes an old photo makes us value moments where we were happier and didn’t realise.” Pep Guardiola has confirmed that Kyle Walker was substituted in Man City’s draw with Aston Villa after sustaining an injury. Walker was replaced after 80 minutes at Villa Park as the Premier League champions dropped points for just the second time this season. In his post match interview, Guardiola explained that he had elected to replace Walker after the England international had shown signs of discomfort before the break: He had some problem in the first-half,’ the City boss said. Though Walker was adjudged to be capable of continuing after half-time, he was eventually substituted for the returning Nathan Ake in the away side’s defence.
Guardiola further explained that he does not currently have a prognosis on Walker’s condition: ‘He continued, but at the end, he could not continue. We will see, I didn’t speak with the doctors.’ Walker’s injury will come as a blow to the club, as he looks set to join fellow defender Aymeric Laporte, and summer signing Kalvin Phillips on the sidelines. Laporte is still recovering from knee surgery after suffering an injury at the tail end of last season, while Phillips picked up a knock in City’s charity friendly with Barcelona last month. City’s injury issues at the back may provide an opening for deadline-day signing Manuel Akanji to slot himself into the club’s starting XI. Akanji joined the club from Borussia Dortmund earlier this week to provide cover in the City back line, and while absent from the draw at Villa due to the birth of his child, should be available for the team’s Champions League group stage game against Sevilla on Tuesday.
Atalanta midfielder Ruslan Malinovskyi hoped his dream of moving to Tottenham would come to fruition late on in the summer transfer window, a report claims. Spurs enjoyed a stellar few months in the transfer market, snapping up a host of impressive signings. The likes of Ivan Perisic, Yves Bissouma and Richarlison have all impressed so far. In fact, Tottenham remain unbeaten six games into the Premier League season under manager Antonio Conte. But leading up to Thursday evening’s transfer deadline, there were suggestions of an eighth player signing for Tottenham. And reports claimed that Ukraine international Malinovskyi was a firm target for Conte. However, Atalanta president Antonio Percassi blocked his exit – at least for this summer. Indeed, transfer expert Fabrizio Romano claims that Malinovskyi’s “dream was to join Spurs” until Percassi said no. Nevertheless, Romano adds that the situation remains “open” for the next year.
Malinovskyi’s contract expires next summer, so there is every chance the 49-cap international moves elsewhere as a free agent next summer. He will be free to talk to clubs outside of Italy from January onwards and set up a summer move. Turning 30 next May, Malinovskyi may well feel that next summer is his best chance to get a dream move to the Premier League. And should Spurs remain his ideal next destination, they would only have to pay his wages – if he refuses a new Atalanta contract, that is. For now, though, Malinovskyi’s focus will be on maintaining Atalanta’s strong start to the season following three Serie A wins and a draw from four games. Juventus plan to rekindle their interest in Arsenal centre-back Gabriel Magalhaes next summer, a report claims. The Serie A giants went after the Brazilian this summer amid Matthis de Ligt’s transfer to Bayern Munich. In the end, Juve signed his fellow Brazilian Gleison Bremer from Torino.
However, he is a right-footed option – one of four Juventus centre-backs whose right foot is their strongest. As a result, Tuttosport claims that the Turin club have made a left-footed centre-back an urgent priority for the upcoming transfer windows. And Juve still believe Arsenal’s Gabriel could do a solid job for them. The 24-year-old has impressed at the heart of Mikel Arteta’s defence, forming a strong bond with Ben White. Following 35 Premier League appearances last season, Gabriel has played every minute in the league this term. Arsenal have kept two clean sheets and conceded four goals to start the campaign, with five wins from five notched. Should Juve come forward with interest next summer, Gabriel will then have two years left on his contract. As a result, tying him down to fresh terms before then may be in Arsenal’s thinking. AC Milan striker Olivier Giroud has insisted that he had no concerns for Rafael Leao’s future after Chelsea’s interest.
The Blues were one of the busiest clubs on transfer deadline day, sealing two arrivals in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Denis Zakaria. Both deals were announced after midnight on Thursday evening following a hectic day at Stamford Bridge. And a reported £69million bid for Milan’s Portugal forward Leao failed, as Chelsea just opted to add Aubameyang and Sterling to their attack in the end. Nevertheless, former Blues man Giroud has claimed he had no concerns about the interest in his current team-mate. “I was not worried about him. I knew he would remain here,” the France star said after Leao scored twice – Giroud getting the other – in a 3-2 Serie A win over city rivals Inter on Saturday. Check out how community votes on which team is more likely to winthis match.
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NAME: Manchester City – Tottenham Hotspur
DATE: 10 Sept 2022
TIME: 16:30 UTC
VENUE: Etihad Stadium, Manchester, England