Man City v Tottenham Odds, Betting Preview : 6/1 on Sergio Aguero speaks volumes

Manchester City take on Tottenham, with the latest odds and betting, as Sergio Aguero looks a cracking bet to score anytime at 6/1 with Paddy Power (KO12.45)

The Premier League champions Manchester City host Tottenham in Saturday’s early kick-off.

Manchester City weren’t at their brilliant best against Aston Villa last time out and needed late goals to win at Villa Park.

Sergio Aguero wasted a great chance to give City the lead, however Yaya Toure curled the champions ahead with 10 minutes to go.

Paddy Power are offering 6/1 on Sergio Aguero to score anytime (was 4/7)

manchester-city-v-tottenhamThe Argentine forward then made up for his earlier missed chances to seal the win that kept City within touching distance of the league leaders.

Spurs edged past Southampton before the international break, with Christian Eriksen scoring the only goal.

Man City v Tottenham – Manchester City odds

man-city-v-spurs-oddsThe Dane scored on the stroke of half-time, as Mauricio Pochettino got one over on his former employers.

Saido Mane wasted a great chance to equalise late on for Southampton, who saw their own run of four consecutive wins come to an end.

A shock away win would see Tottenham move level on points with the champions, however they will need to improve on last season’s showings against Manchester City.

Manchester City thrashed Tottenham 6-0 at the Etihad last campaign, with Jesus Navas opening the scoring inside of a minute.

The away fixture wasn’t much better for Spurs, who lost 5-1, after the second half dismissal of defender Danny Rose.

Team news
Yaya Toure is unlikely to feature, with the midfielder only set to return from the international set of games on Friday.

James Milner and Fernandinho look set to start, meaning Stevan Jovetic and Jesus Navas will be on the bench.

Tottenham’s top scorer Nacer Chadli is a doubt after an injury away with Belgium, meaning Moussa Dembele may feature.

Federico Fazio is unlikely to make his first start, with Younes Kaboul to keep his place in the heart of the defence.

Man City: Hart; Zabaleta, Mangala, Kompany, Clichy; Milner, Fernandinho, Fernando, Silva; Dzeko, Aguero
Spurs: Lloris; Dier, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Rose; Capoue, Mason, Dembele; Eriksen, Lamela, Adebayor

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