All the information needed ahead of City’s Premier League trip to Tottenham Hotspur.


Pep Guardiola’s side visit Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Tuesday 14 May for a 20:00 (UK) kick-off in the capital.

As ever, you can keep across all of the action via and the Official Man City App, as well as they key moments on X: @ManCity.


The Official Man City App allows you to follow all of the action from north London all in one place.

Minute-by-minute text updates of the game will begin in our Matchday Centre two hours before kick-off, shortly followed by our Matchday Live show which will begin around 19:00 (UK) – as the team news comes in.


The show will welcome special guests Izzy Christiansen and Nedum Onuoha into the studio alongside host Natalie Pike.

They will provide City-centric insight before, during and after our final away game of the 2023/24 season, as well as answering viewer questions throughout the broadcast. With audience participation actively encouraged, get in touch via WhatsApp: +447537186538.

During the game you can listen to blow-by-blow live audio commentary from Alistair Mann and Michael Brown our text commentary continues.

For those who have push notifications turned on, you can be alerted to the key moments in the action, including goals, red cards and team news.


Extended highlights from the match, as well as a full-match replay [available with a CITY+ subscription] will be accessible from midnight.


“The right tension and right focus has to be there,” the manager told waiting journalists at his pre-match press conference.

“You play these games if we are relaxed it’s a big problem. We demand the best.

“Maybe they are going to be play, depends on today, for qualification for the Champions League - a huge target for them.

“At the same time we have a huge target as well.

“We know what we are playing for and how difficult it is to be here again.

“We have something unique in front of us. We have to give our best performance, give absolutely everything and try to read exactly the game we are going to play and try to interpret it as best as possible and go.”

Team news

Kyle Walker returns as City make one change for Tuesday night’s crucial penultimate Premier League match of the season away to Tottenham Hotspur.

From the side that started Saturday’s fine 4-0 win at Fulham, skipper Walker is restored to the starting line-up in place of Nathan Ake, who reverts to the bench after having been forced off with a knock at Craven Cottage.

Otherwise, manager Pep Guardiola sticks with the team that performed so admirably at Fulham as we return to the capital for the second time in three days to contest our final away clash of the campaign.

Jack Grealish, who missed the trip to Craven Cottage through illness, returns to the matchday squad and is named on the substitute’s bench.


TOTTENHAM XI:  Vicario, Porro, Romero, Dragusin, Van de Ven, Sarr, Bentancur, Hojberg, Johnson, Son, Maddison

Subs: Austin, Skipp, Gil, Royal, Lo Celso, Kulusevski, Scarlett, Moore, Hall

CITY XI: Ederson, Walker (C), Akanji, Dias, Gvardiol, Rodrigo, Kovacic, De Bruyne, Bernardo, Foden, Haaland

Subs: Ortega Moreno, Stones, Ake, Grealish, Doku, Alvarez, Nunes, Bobb, Lewis


Nathan Ake scored an 88th minute FA Cup winner in our last encounter with Ange Postecoglu’s side.

Although we dominated large portions of the fixture, the goal we craved looked like to evade us – forcing a replay at the Etihad Stadium.

However, the Netherlands international prodded home from a corner in the closing stages to hand City our first win away at Spurs since October 2018.

WATCH: Spurs 0-1 City: Extended highlights


City extended our unbeaten Premier League run to 20 straight matches last time out with a 4-0 win over Fulham. 

Josko Gvardiol broke the deadlock inside the 13th minute before Phil Foden doubled our lead after half-time. 

The Croatia international then scored his second of the afternoon to extend our advantage further and Julian Alvarez‘s second-half stoppage time penalty added the gloss to the result. 

WATCH: Extended highlights: Fulham 0-4 City


City’s clash with Spurs will be broadcast live in the United Kingdom on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

For those residing outside of Great Britain, click here to view the global TV listings, courtesy of

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