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As always, you can also follow the game live and in-depth via our Match Centre here on tottenhamhotspur.com and the Spurs Official app, where we’ll have full live radio and text commentary available, complemented by images, live in-game stats and more. Tottenham vs Man City, man city, Tottenham, Spurs, man city vs tottenham, Manchester City, Spurs vs Man City, City


Here’s all you need to know ahead of the match...

Tonight’s match kicks-off at 8pm and will be televised live in the UK on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, with live radio commentary available on talkSPORT and BBC Radio 5 Live.

As always, you can also follow the game live and in-depth via our Match Centre here on tottenhamhotspur.com and the Spurs Official app, where we’ll have full live radio and text commentary available, complemented by images, live in-game stats and more.

Overseas broadcast listings are available here.

Prior to the game, make sure you tune in to The Warm-Up, our pre-match show emanating from inside the stadium, which will be on air from 7.15pm UK time on SPURSPLAY and our official YouTube channel. Similarly, The Review Show will be available from two hours after the full-time whistle on SPURSPLAY.

Video highlights can be viewed on SPURSPLAY from two hours after the game, with a full match replay available from midnight.

Midfielder Yves Bissouma has been ruled out after sustaining a knee problem during Saturday’s home win over Burnley.

Forward Richarlison also missed that match with a calf issue picked up in training and he’ll also miss out against City.

The pair join Ben Davies (calf), Timo Werner (hamstring), Destiny Udogie (quadriceps), Manor Solomon (knee), Fraser Forster (foot) and Ryan Sessegnon (hamstring) on the sidelines.

Jack Grealish is available for City after missing their 4-0 victory over Fulham on Saturday through illness.

The visitors will make a late call on the fitness of Nathan Ake after the defender was forced off early at Craven Cottage with a foot injury.

Tonight’s referee will be Chris Kavanagh.

Simon Bennett and Dan Robathan will be his assistants, while Graham Scott will be the fourth official.

VAR duties will be handled by Michael Salisbury and assistant Scott Ledger.

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