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 By Michael Cox

Pochettino will need all his tactical nous to stop Man City juggernaut

The ESPN FC crew look ahead to the weekend's big game between Manchester City and Tottenham.
The ESPN FC crew look ahead to the weekend's big game between Manchester City and Tottenham.
The ESPN FC crew look ahead to the weekend's big game between Manchester City and Tottenham.

For the first time since Mauricio Pochettino took charge of Tottenham in 2014, the club is enduring something of a slump. Their Champions League performances this season have been superb -- they have more points than any other in the competition -- but their league results have been underwhelming.

Progress under the Argentine had, until now, been constant. From fifth in his first season, to third in his second season, to second last season, Spurs have been travelling in the right direction in terms...

Pep Guardiola right to be wary of Tottenham as team to end Man City streak

Pep Guardiola insists despite Man City's unbeaten start to their Premier League campaign, his side will not finish the season unbeaten.
ESPN's Don Hutchison shares his thoughts on who he would pick as his combined XI as Manchester City prepare to host Tottenham.
Mauricio Pochettino explains that the magnitude of Man City-Tottenham alone is enough to motivate his squad.
Arsene Wenger pointed a finger at Man City's wealth, saying when Arsenal went unbeaten in 2003-04 they did it without petrol money.
While Ian Darke believes Man City are in a league of their own this season, he also points out that they have a ways to go before they're considered the best ever.
Steve Nicol believes that if Spurs play at their full potential on Saturday, they have a true chance of ending Man City's win streak.

MANCHESTER -- It was Christmas Jumper Day at Manchester City on Friday, but Pep Guardiola was not in the mood to join in with the festive spirit, perhaps just to remind the rest of the Premier League they can expect no charity from the runaway leaders.

Unbeaten at the top of the table, 11 points clear of second-placed Manchester United and having just set a record of consecutive top-flight wins with their 15th on the bounce against Swansea in midweek, City could take Christmas off and still enjoy...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League Predictions: Tottenham next to try and halt Man City

The FC crew predict Manchester City vs. Tottenham and the rest of the Premier League weekend.
The FC crew predict Manchester City vs. Tottenham and the rest of the Premier League weekend.

Can Manchester City go the entire Premier League season unbeaten? 

Tottenham are the latest team to try and stop the Pep Guardiola juggernaut as they travel to the Etihad for Saturday's late kickoff. Guardiola's men could open up a 14 point lead at the top with a win, having set the record for consecutive Premier League victories (15) after beating Swansea 4-0 in midweek.

Will Mauricio Pochettino's side claim a surprise win? Predict that and the rest of the matches in our polls.

Manchester...

W2W4: Can Tottenham depose Man City, the Invincibles-elect?

ESPN's Don Hutchison shares his thoughts on who he would pick as his combined XI as Manchester City prepare to host Tottenham.

In the midst of a crowded calendar, with teams coming off midweek Premier League contests, W2W4 highlights the biggest storylines ahead of the weekend's matches.

How far are Spurs behind the leaders?

"Eighteen points, it says it right there in the table!" I hear you cry. Of course, in a literal sense the gap to Manchester City is less of a pothole for Tottenham to skip over and more a yawning chasm that could stretch to 21 points -- or seven victories, to give it more clarity -- by the...

Winning the window: Are Tottenham really kings of the transfer market?

Tottenham are back in fourth after a comfortable 2-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion.

First Tottenham lost the summer transfer window. Then they won the summer transfer window. Then, once again, they lost it.

Or so the narrative of their season has gone. It reflects the rush to judgment that produces knee-jerk reactions and the nonsensical way that hypothetical league tables are seemingly assembled on the basis of transfer business alone, ignoring the question of how newcomers are integrated, which players are retained and whether signings were even necessary.

It also shows...

 By John Crace

Son calms Wembley nerves, while Erik Lamela looked sharp in Spurs return

Tottenham are back in 4th after a comfortable 2-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion.
Following Tottenham's 2-0 win over Brighton, Mauricio Pochettino looks ahead to his side's next fixture against leaders Man City.

A goal late in each half gave Spurs the 2-0 victory Wednesday over Brighton & Hove Albion that takes them back up to fourth place in the Premier League. Tottenham started brightly but soon got bogged down against a Brighton side that had come to Wembley to defend. The deadlock was only broken in the 40th minute when an attempted cross from Serge Aurier surprised the keeper and landed in the far corner. The second half followed a similar pattern, and the home fans began to get jittery that Brighton...