Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City
That is the question as the side making a run for the ‘best of the rest’ title welcome the champions in waiting.
But after a shocking seven days for Pep Guardiola, it’s possible their otherwise stellar campaign could fall even further flat at Wembley.
Let’s not forget, sports betting fans, that the runaway leaders are 13 points clear at the summit and will likely clinch the title within the next couple of weeks. Not to mention that they have already sealed League Cup success.
So the answer to anyone questioning their overall credentials is an emphatic no, even if Guardiola has been found wanting in Europe’s premier competition yet again despite spending a small fortune.
However, City’s wobble—not helped by Guardiola’s outburst which saw him sent to the stands in midweek—will not last for long and a win at Wembley will put them on the brink of a third title in seven seasons.
It was Spurs who inflicted a first league defeat on Guardiola in England last year and, with Harry Kane back from injury and eager to chase down Mo Salah in the race for the Golden Boot, they will be hungry.
They also want to secure runners-up spot for the third successive season. It should help that in recent weeks, there have been further glimpses of the pure class of Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli while key players are seemingly returning at just the right time.
I started with a question and will finish with one.
Can Spurs inflict a fourth defeat in 10 days on the side about to be crowned champions or can City show their talent on the pitch and show mental strength in the face of adversity?
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