A new date for our away clash with Manchester City has finally been set and we will now travel to Eastlands on the 10th May.

Last season we travelled to Eastlands for our penultimate game of the campaign and won 1-0 to secure a top four finish. This season’s fixture will see us play City with just two games to follow, against Liverpool and Birmingham.

With Chelsea having risen above both Tottenham and Manchester City in the league, it looks like the final Champions League spot will again be between the two sides. Not surprisingly the game will be shown live on Sky so a thrilling finish to the season has been engineered yet again.

So will Spurs have the psychological advantage having won this game last season? Or is it too much to expect lightning to strike twice?



  1. I have looked at Citys fixtures and bearing in mind we are a big game team who does well under pressure and City arent at all who have lost twice against us last year and havent beat united or arsenal in both attempts this year I seriously say we are favourites.
    They have Sunderland (h)WIN Liverpool (a)LOSE Blackburn (a)DRAW West Ham (h)DRAW Everton (a)LOSE Stoke (h)WIN Tottenham (h)? Bolton (a)LOSE….I personally cant see them beating us, Bolton, Everton or Liverpool, Blackburn away is hard….the two games they should win are Stoke and Sunderland who are two strong teams but the best chance they got. 8POINTS

    We have Wigan(a)WIN Stoke(h)WIN Arsenal(h)DRAW West Brom(h)WIN Chelsea(a)DRAW Blackpool(h)WIN Man C(a)? Liverpool(a)DRAW Birmingham(h)WIN….now personally I think our home games aginst Birmingham, West Brom and Blackpool are easier than Sunderland and Stoke…then Stoke and Wigan are should wins, Chelsea and Liverpool away are big games where we usually produce performances and then Arsenal at home we will be favourites for. 18 POINTS

    I can see it being down to the City game, and we always out play them, Mancini will be too scared to produce a attacking team and therefore I still think we are huge favourites for 4th.


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