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There is an all-Premier League clash coming to our screens on Friday night (20:00) in the FA Cup fourth round as Tottenham Hotspur host Manchester City.

Every neutral supporter will be hoping for another goal-filled encounter between these two sides after they played out a dramatic 3-3 draw at the Etihad Stadium in December.

They both head into this off the back of a two-week break, with Spurs having drawn 2-2 with Manchester United on their last outing, while Manchester City came from behind to beat Newcastle United 3-2, both in the Premier League.

We have put together a 3/1 bet builder for you to consider ahead of this clash.

Tottenham vs Man City Bet Builder Tips

  • Both teams to score 
  • Phil Foden to score anytime
  • Over 6.5 corners

#PickYourPunt pays at 3/1

Both teams to score

This feels like a smart selection given the recent meetings between the two sides. Both teams have scored in three of their last four encounters and in those matches at least five goals were scored.

And casting our minds a bit further back, everyone remembers their iconic 4-3 encounter at the Etihad Stadium in the Champions League quarter-finals during the 2018-19 season. These two teams can't help but deliver exciting football matches.

With their latest coming just last month, we like the chances of getting another in quick succession and that is why we are confident this selection will land.

Phil Foden to score anytime 

One of the players on the scoresheet in that six-goal thriller was Man City's young star Phil Foden. The attacker has had an eye for goal in recent weeks with four goals in his last 10 appearances across all competitions.

He has been playing a starring role for the Cityzens in Kevin De Bruyne's absence and he will be looking to continue his form and maintain his spot in the team now that the Belgian has returned to action.

Foden will likely play further forward if he features alongside De Bruyne on Friday night, which will provide him with more opportunities to find space to exploit and get into dangerous positions.

He has scored twice against Spurs in seven appearances against them across all competitions during his career so far, and we like his chances to get his third against the London outfit this weekend.

Over 6.5 corners

If we are expecting another frantic goal-fest between these two sides on Friday, it is only sensible to thin that there will be quite a number of corners. Their league meeting last month delivered 18 corners.

This market has also landed in the last six fixtures between them. The last time it didn't was the Carabao Cup final in February 2021. So this feels like a very sensible selection to consider for Friday's clash, and we are confident that it will deliver.

#PickYourPunt at 3/1

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