As Tottenham Hotspur take on Manchester City at Etihad Stadium on Saturday, we shall look at the head-to-head statistics between these two English heavyweights.
Manchester City are on the course of a treble, but Tottenham Hotspur have a chance to stop them from achieving that astonishing foot. The Citizens were beaten in the Champions League Quarterfinals against Spurs and will look to avenge with a victory in the Premier League at Etihad Stadium on Saturday.
On the other hand, Mauricio Pochettino’s side have not been in great shape since the turn of the new year, but they got the job in the European competition. Despite qualifying for the last four of the Champions League, Mauricio Pochettino cannot rest on his laurels as the top four fight might go down to the wire.
Tottenham have struggled in the Premier League in 2019, but they could put their disappointments away should they beat Manchester City in the weekend. On the other hand, Pep Guardiola is aware that his side cannot avoid to slip up which could come back to haunt them as Liverpool are breathing down their neck.
It will be an interesting game as both these sides meet in high voltage clash on Saturday.
Tottenham Hotspur Vs Manchester City Head-to-Head Statistics
Total number of matches played: 43
Matches won by Tottenham Hotspur: 23
Matches won by Manchester City: 6
Games drawn: 14
Matches played in White Hart Lane/Wembley Stadium: 22
Matches played in Etihad Stadium: 21
Goals scored by Tottenham Hotspur: 61
Goals Conceded by Tottenham Hotspur: 62
Goals scored by Manchester City: 62
Goals conceded by Manchester City: 61
Most Goals for Tottenham Hotspur (Current): Sergio Aguero (10)
Most Goals for Manchester City (Current): Christian Eriksen (4)
Manchester City have been piling up victories since the turn of the New Year. Pep Guardiola’s side only lost to Newcastle United in the league, but managed to come on top on 13 occasions which is a remarkable foot. Spurs, on the other hand, have a 50% win record in the last ten games, thereby lingering around the fourth spot in the Premier League this campaign.
Here’s how Twitter reacted..
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) April 6, 2019
2nd February, Spurs go second:
– 57 points from 25 games
– 4 points behind Liverpool
– 1 point ahead of Man City
– 10 points ahead of Arsenal
1st April, Spurs go fourth:
– 61 points from 31 games
– 18 points behind Liverpool
– 16 points behind Man City
– 2 points behind Arsenal pic.twitter.com/yB5301UTt4
— bet365 (@bet365) April 1, 2019
🔵 Story so far: Manchester City…
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) April 3, 2019
⚪️ Story so far: Tottenham…
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) April 2, 2019