In a sentence: This isn’t the crunch Premier League title clash we might’ve expected at the start of the season, but it should be an entertaining game nonetheless.
Last time: Manchester City raced into a 2-0 lead in this fixture last season, before goals from Dele Alli and Son Heung-Min rescued a point for Tottenham. The teams did contest a friendly in Nashville over the summer too, which the Blues won 3-0.
This time: Manchester City are 6/11 to pick up the win, while Spurs are 28/5 and the draw 18/5.
You might remember: Sergio Aguero bagging all of the goals for City in a 4-1 win in October 2014. That victory meant the Citizens scored 15 goals in three games against Tottenham, having beaten them 6-0 and 5-0 in the two before.