Tottenham Hotspur can close to within one point of pace-setting Manchester City — who have yet to lose or draw any of their six games — in an English Premier League match that will stream live on Sunday from Spurs longtime home of White Hart Lane in London, England.
The most anticipated showdown of Match Week Seven matches the league’s only two remaining unbeaten teams, with Spurs recording four victories and two draws in their first six games — their best start to any season since 1965.
Adding another win would put Spurs at 17 points, one behind City who, under new manager Pep Guardiola, have looked like the class of the English league so far in the 2016/2017 campaign.
In his first season since coming to England from Bayern Munich, with a spell at Barcelona before that, Guardiola and his Sky Blues have made the Premier League look easy, blowing past all of their opponents including crosstown rivals Manchester United — now managed by Guardiola’s personal rival, former real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho.
But a talented Tottenham side could prove the most difficult obstacle so far for Manchester City, and Guardiola says he knows why.
“The way (Spurs) play, I like a lot. They’re aggressive and have a lot of quality,” the Spaniard said on Saturday. “All of the fans who like football and watch football can enjoy. They’re proactive, not reactive. There are many teams who wait to see what you do and then react, but they don’t wait to see what they’re going to do. They want to create their own game. That’s why I like them.”
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Tottenham Hotspur won both meetings with Manchester City last season, winning 4-1 at home and 2-1 on the road. In their all-time histories, Spurs and Manchester City have proven remarkably evenly matched, with Tottenham winning 59, City taking 58 games with 34 drawn.
Watch a preview of Sunday’s Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester City showdown, courtesy of NBC Sports Network, in the video below.
To find out how to watch a live stream of the Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester City match, see the streaming links at the bottom of this article. Kickoff is scheduled for 2:45 p.m. British Summer Time at White Hart Lane in London, England, on Sunday, October 2. In the United States, that start time will be 9:45 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, 6:45 a.m. Pacific.
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To watch a live stream of the 152nd head-to-head match pitting unbeaten Tottenham Hotspur against the most dominant team so far in the young 2016-2017 English Premier League season, Manchester City, from Spurs home of White Hart Lane in London, England, use the link provided by NBC Sports Live Extra, which can be found by clicking here. Fans can also download the NBC Sports Live Extra app to watch the featured Premier League Match Week Five match on mobile devices. NBC Sports Live Extra is also available to stream via set top boxes such as the Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
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