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Dag & Red05 Jun, 2018Present46161020
Gillingham25 Sep, 201712 Oct, 20174112
Gillingham13 Oct, 201331 Dec, 201467231430
Bradford22 Feb, 201027 Feb, 20115320825
Wycombe30 May, 200809 Oct, 200963222219
Stevenage02 Nov, 200731 May, 20083214414
C Palace14 Jun, 200608 Oct, 200760211623
Hull14 Oct, 200229 Jun, 2006184775057
Brighton17 Oct, 200131 May, 20023821116
England02 Nov, 200031 Dec, 20001001
Leicester12 Jun, 200030 Sep, 20015419926
Gillingham07 Jul, 199912 Jun, 200062341216
Southend01 Aug, 199322 Feb, 199584271641

Only games with a date in the database counted here

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Match in Focus


Man City v Tottenham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Man City have lost only once at home in the Premier League this season.
Expert verdict
Following their Champions League humdinger, Manchester City and Tottenham reconvene in the Premier League and the game is unlikely to be anywhere near as pulsating. With City not needing to press for early goals, they can play their usual free-flowing game and make it seven wins in nine matches against top-six opposition this season. Only one of those eight meetings so far have featured over 4.5 goals and punters should expect a narrow win for Pep Guardiola's side.