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Man City 2 Tottenham 1. Spurs took the lead at the Etihad, but were unable to hang on to that advantage. Dzeko the hero for City again as he steps off the bench to net the winner.
Aguero trudges from the field to be replaced by Javi Garcia. Standing ovation for the Argentine striker, who takes an age to get off the pitch.
GOAL MAN CITY - DZEKO. Surely City have stolen all three points. Dezeko allowed to drift across the field and find Silva. He dinks the ball over the Spurs defence and Dezeko hooks a volley past Friedel.
Assistant has his flag in the air again, againsty Kolarov this time. Spurs change on the way, with Naughton sebnt on in place of Lennon.
Adebayor has run his race. Boos from the home support as he is replaced by Defoe.
Sandro chases back with Barry and wins a goal kick. Great play again from the Brazilian midfielder. Another change on the way as Dawson comes on in place of Walker.
Adebayor has been booked for his collision with Zabaleta. He did charge into the City man after the ball had gone.
The ball flashes across the front of the Spurs goal again. Tevez this time with a snap shot which beats Friedel and the post. Last contribution from the Argentine as he is replaced by Dzeko.
GOAL MAN CITY - AGUERO. City find a way through. Silva drifts throught midfield. The ball ricochets into the path of Aguero, rather fortunately, and he does really well to cut inside Caulker and roll the ball into the bottom corner.
First change of the afternoon sees Nastasic make way for Maicon. He goes over to the right wing. Mancini messing around with formations again.
George Bennett says: 'Tevez to get an equaliser, Bale to give Tottenham back their lead, Yaya Toure to equalise & Dempsey to get winner!'
Nick says: 'I think Spurs should bring on asap, Dawson as he is fitter than Gallas, just to tighten up the defence, a draw would be a great result for the Spurs!!'
Liam McWilliams isn't happy. He says: 'Is it the same ref as what robbed us at @afcajax? Terrible refereeing!'
Remember you can bet in-play at Skybet.com. City have drifted to 2/1 to take the points, with Spurs now 11/8 and the draw 9/4. You can get 12/1 on Adebayor to get the next goal.
Man City 0 Tottenham 1. Caulker's header which slipped through Hart separates the two sides at the break. City have work to do in the second half as Spurs look solid.
Good hold up play from Dempsey, who has been quiet so far. Zabaleta then trips Adebayor again, and this time he does see yellow. You could see that coming.
First caution of the game goes to Walker. He dived into a tackle from behind on Clichy, who he sent flying. City opt to play the free-kick short, before eventually forcing a throw deep in Tottenham territory.
GOAL TOTTENHAM - CAULKER. Aguero tracks back and concedes a free-kick on Lennon. Huddlestone whips the ball into the heart of the box and Caulker gets a strong head on it. Straight at Hart, but he can't keep the ball out as he flaps into his own net.
Alan Davis sees a certain Spurs winger stealing the show. He says: 'I think Spurs will get a shock 2-0 win today with Bale scoring a penalty and Bale will also run the field, round Hart and tap it in.'
Natasha Mehmood is slightly more optimistic and sees Spurs edging this. She says: 'I think Spurs can nick this 3-2 and Bale to score first. Come on Spurs.'
Steve Neal isn't happy. He says: 'What is AVB playing at? A lone striker yet again and we have proved we play better with a 4 4 2 set up, cant wait till the guy is sacked, as I will be putting money on a bet says he does not last a season,Ii really don't fancy this game and I think we will be lucky to get a draw.'
Russell Farmer has come out in support of AVB. He says: 'It will be refreshing to see Dempsey and Adebayor playing upfront together, I can see them working well together and with Defoe working best as coming on as sub if required. COYS!!'
Matt Carroll sees City getting the job done on home soil. He says: 'City to win 3-1 with Yaya Toure to get the first.'
Akshet Shetty is going for an away win. He says: 'I honestly see Spurs nicking this one, City look vulnerable, Kompany hasn't been great and I am sure Defoe will exploit their flimsy defence. I predict 3-2 Spurs. I am also a Chelsea fan, so it would be good to take some points away from City...'
David Newman is tuning in from the Far East. He says: 'Just arrived in Fukuoyata Japan after a 14 hour journey from Israel. Got to the hotel, switched on the internet and straight into the Tottenham game. Defoe is riding a wave at the moment, full of confidence, and he should not have been left out. A lot will depend on whether City manage to muzzle Bale or not. If he gets free from them, then I am hoping for a 2-1 win for Tottenham.'
Ste Smith has been left bemused by Spurs' selection. He says: 'I can't believe Defoe has been left on the bench today! What's he playing at, should be Defoe and Adebayor with Huddlestone dropped and go for it...City are not great at the moment but winning with this side? I see 2-1 to City, AVB will cost us this one.'
Gabriel Sutton thinks this is a tough game to call. He says: 'It was a poor defensive display from the Citizens against Ajax on Tuesday, I am of the opinion Man City can't win the Champions League until Mancini goes- his tactical nous just isn't up to scratch and their summer signings have taken the squad backwards. I'm also not sure about AVB at Spurs, taking off Defoe whilst 1-0 down at home, 20 mins to go was a laughable decision. I wouldn't particularly fancy either side for this match, so I'll go with a draw.'
James Pinnegar is first to offer an opinion on today's game. He says: 'Why wont AVB play Adebayor and Defoe up front? I know Maribor weren't much of a team but it worked. If he brings on Defoe I can see Spurs nicking this 3-2. Come on you SPURS.'
You can also bet in-play throughout the game at Skybet.com. City start as favourites at 1/2, with Tottenham 5/1 and the draw 100/30. You can get 4/1 on Carlos Tevez opening the scoring, or maybe you fancy Emmanuel Adebayor at 8/1.
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