This Sunday, Spurs finally have their chance to redeem their early season embarrassment to Manchester City. This fixture promises to be an exciting one, with both sides hoping to bring home the Premier League title.
A win for City will keep them top of the table on 54 points, and a win for Spurs (depending on the Manchester United vs. Arsenal game) could put them second on 49 points, just two short of first-place City. A loss for the Citizens will leave them on 51 points and (possibly) joint table toppers with Manchester United. A loss for Spurs will make them stay on 46 points and (possibly) three points clear of Chelsea.
Let's take a look at the formation options for Spurs ahead of this meaty clash. Typically, we've seen a 4-4-1-1 from Spurs this season.
Because of the attacking threat of Manchester City, I wouldn't be surprised if Harry Redknapp went with a slightly different 4-3-3. This lineup prediction will be based on a 4-3-3 partly for something different and partly because I think it is a viable option.