Prediction

Tottenham vs. Manchester City

Saturday, April 21th 2013, 17:00 CET

 

A particularly spectacular match is expected to take place this Sunday at the English Premier League, between hosts Tottenham and guests Manchester City. Since this match is highly important for Tottenham to prove their real value, I am going to trust them to win the match against Manchester City, and this is why I am going bet on their win with the odds from IBCBET.

First of all, Tottenham are playing at home, and I think this time, fighting on familiar ground will be a decisive element in the match which has now become Tottenham’s biggest match of the season.
After this key encounter, we’ll find out if Tottenham are eligible as Champions League contenders or not.

However, the result of this game isn’t important just for Tottenham, but for other big names too. On the 18th of April, Reuters revealed a breathtaking hypothesis regarding the English Premier League leaders, Manchester United: a Tottenham’s victory over Manchester City would allow Manchester United to be crowned champions on Monday.

The only thing I am concerned about is the absence of Welsh Gareth Bale in Tottenham’s lineup, since he is recovering after an ankle injury. Also, the absence of injured Aaron Lennon and Jermain Defoe should be mentioned, but I believe Tottenham will find a way to deal with this handicap without engaging too much effort.

Last year I think Tottenham were also a bit unlucky to finish 4th and losing a Champions League spot to Chelsea, who finished 6th but had the advantage of an European Cup. So, I am putting my faith in Tottenham and placing a bet on their victory. I bet 5 units at 3.20. The odds I used are from IBCBET.

Tottenham: Team’s formation

24
Friedel
20
Dawson
4
Kaboul
32
Assou-Ekotto
28
Walker
8
Parker
3
Bale
7
Lennon
-
10
La Garza
-

Manchester City: Team’s formation

25
Hart
4
Kompany
6
Lescott
22
Clichy
2
Richards
18
Barry
42
Toure
19
Nasri
21
Silva
16
Kun
45
Mario

Tottenham to win at 3.20.

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