Vincent Kompany says Tottenham will bring out the best in Man City

Ben Davies of Tottenham reacts during the UEFA Champions League group H match between Tottenham Hotspur and Real Madrid at Wembley Stadium

Vincent Kompany says Tottenham will bring out the best in Man City

That's before Saturday evening sees the latest opportunity for Pep Guardiola's Man City to claim the title.

Tottenham's last league defeat came way back in December when they were swept aside 4-1 by City at the Etihad Stadium.Pochettino played down the significance of beating City as a springboard to winning the title in the first season at the club's new 62,000 seater stadium.

As a team, they have shown tremendous growth and with every passing season, are cementing themselves as a fixture in the top four and as a team to be wary of in Europe.

Spurs boss Pochettino said: "For Dele, he needs strong opposition to give his best".

Elsewhere, Manchester United have a doubleheader this game-week as they face West Brom on Sunday and Bournemouth on Wednesday.

City's bouncebackability will be put to the test and ahead of the big weekend game, Pep Guardiola addressed the media at the City Football Academy on Friday afternoon. Midway through this season, there were talks of City winning the quadraple, but are now guaranteed to win only one title this season.

Of course, Mauricio Pochettino's men will be confident and have more than enough to hurt a fragile City side, but it is unlikely to be a walkover. He will be available against City and will be hoping to catch up on Mohamed Sala in the golden boot race.

With the backing of the Abu Dhabi royal family, City had spent a little more than £200 million just on new defenders this season.

Michael Cohen is barely even a lawyer
In that case, the judge said, a special master was used to sort through privilege claims instead of leaving it to prosecutors. Wood ultimately demanded that Cohen's lawyers return Monday with the list of other clients - and Cohen.

Sergio Aguero is also a doubt following a knee complaint after the Liverpool clash this week, meaning Gabriel Jesus could, as expected start up front.

John Stones and Benjamin Mendy remain sidelined with injury as Fernandinho misses out through suspension.

Given Chelsea's recent problems - they've won just one of their last nine away matches across all competitions in 90 minutes, losing five of the last six - the Saints look to have a great chance of getting at least a point. Liverpool now have other things to think about so a third place finish is a real possibility for a Tottenham side who are unbeaten in 14.

City could lose four consecutive matches in all competitions for the first time since a similar run from April to August 2006.

HurriKane on the South Coast?

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah believes the Reds can win the UEFA Champions League and has opened up on how hard it is for him to win the Premier League's golden boot due to his playing position.

While Kane got what he wanted, there were plenty of people that didn't seem too happy.

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