Mauricio Pochettino says his Spurs side will celebrate in style if they become the first Premier League team to beat Man City this season - Action Images via ReutersMauricio Pochettino says the music will blare out from the away dressing room at the Etihad Stadium if Tottenham Hotspur beat Manchester City and bring to an end their Premier League record-breaking run of 15 successive victories.
We won't know for sure until the teams are announced but it should be expected that both make changes from their last match to ensure stamina levels are tip top, though my fellow Football Manager enjoyers might agree that a few 92 per cents will be alright on the night. Having enjoyed (that is not the right word) so little possession against Man City, United may come out with a different gameplan against Bournemouth.
Good evening and welcome to our liveblog for Chelsea's visit to Huddersfield on a cold Tuesday night. The fun never stops for Premier League footballers come wind, rain or lots of snow and you can follow all the action from the warmth of your home while professional athletes endure freezing conditions to provide entertainment, in the quest for points. Antonio Conte will provide some heat for his team, no doubt fired up by Chelsea's shock defeat to lowly West Ham on the weekend.
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