Manchester City look to increase their lead over Manchester United at the top of the table tomorrow, with a win against Tottenham Hotspur at the Etihad Stadium. However, if Tottenham can come away with all three points, they will close the gap between themselves and Manchester City to just two points and make a serious bid for the Premier League title.
Manchester City will have defender Micah Richards as well as striker Mario Balotelli available for them tomorrow, after the two players missed the trip to Wigan Athletic on Monday due to injuries. Unfortunately for Manchester City though, they will be without centre back Vincent Kompany, who is suspended and Yaya Toure who is away on International duty.
As for Tottenham Hotspur, they will be without their star striker Emmanuel Adebayor, who is unable to play against Manchester City tomorrow due to the terms of his loan agreement between the two clubs. This means that England striker Jermaine Defoe could be set to star up top for Spurs. Unfortunately for Tottenham, it seems that Ledley King, who has been out for the past four weeks will be unlikely to be involved.