Tottenham vs. Manchester City: Picks, predictions, how to watch Premier League matchManchester City and Tottenham will face off for the second time this season within roughly two weeks as they meet on Sunday at 11:30 a. m. ET. You can catch all the action on NBC, Telemundo, or Peacock as this match will wrap up the Matchday 22 slate. Let’s take a closer look at Sunday’s match, with odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.
Erling Haaland scored in that match as well, adding a hat trick in their win over Wolverhampton just three days later to bring his season total to 25 goals in just 19 games. He’s now officially surpassed the Golden Boot winners from the last four seasons, with the highest total since 2017-18 coming in at 23 goals. Tottenham will likely be missing Richarlison and Lucas Moura, while City will be without Phil Foden and John Stones heading into this matchup.
READ MORE: Every word from press conference What channel is Tottenham vs Man City on? Sky Sports have the broadcasting rights for this mouth-watering meeting on Sunday afternoon (4. 30pm). It will be screened on their Main Event and Premier League channels. Coverage from North London begins at 4pm with pundits continuing analysis until 7. 30pm. Can I stream Tottenham vs Man City? You can watch the action unfold on the Sky Sports website or via the Sky Go app as long as you have a valid subscription for the broadcaster. It's also available via the NOW TV website and app to subscribers. Services are available to watch on your desktop or laptop - as well as mobile devices and tablets if you are wanting to keep track while on the move.
Tottenham vs. Manchester City Date: Sunday, February 5Time: 11:30 a. ETTV channel: NBC, TelemundoLive stream: Peacock Odds, picks & predictions Tottenham: +370Draw: +320Manchester City: -145 Moneyline pick: Manchester City -145 These two sides are fresh off their first meeting this season as they played on January 19 in a Matchday 7 contest that was rescheduled. City cruised to a 4-2 win in that one after going down 2-0 late in the first half. Four unanswered goals in the second half, including a brace from Riyad Mahrez, downed the Spurs and kept all three points for City.