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The Premier League resumes on Saturday following the International break with Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspurs getting proceedings under-way in the early kick off.
Manchester City are set to bring Martin Demichelis back into defence with Eliaquim Mangala ruled out. The French defender misses out with a thigh injury. Mangala could be joined in the stands by Yaya Toure.
The power-house midfielder only returned to Manchester on Friday following international duty leaving Manuel Pellegrini with a big decision. Should Toure miss out then former Chelsea and West Ham midfielder Frank Lampard could come into contention.
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Spurs also have some concerns ahead of the game with Hugo Lloris and Nacer Chadli both returning from international duty with injuries. The pair will be assessed before the game but could miss out. Should Lloris fail to recover then Michel Vorm, a summer signing from Swansea could make his debut.
Kyle Naughton (ankle) and Kyle Walker (pelvis) are definitely out while Emmanuel Adebayor and Nabil Bentaleb need to be assessed as they, like Toure, also only returned from International duty on Friday.Last season Spurs were thrashed in this fixture with City rattling in 6 goals however Mauricio Pochettino says confidence is high within his squad as they head north for the clash.
“We arrive in a good moment. After our victory against Southampton we need to keep the momentum, to reproduce the same actions and to try to get the three points” the Argentinian said.
“It’s not important now to think in the past. It’s important to look forward. I don’t have any concerns about these results [in last season’s matches against City].”
Spurs are currently 6th in the table, three points behind second place City and a win on Saturday would move them level on points. This could be an opportune time to play Pellegrini’s men at home with Stoke and Chelsea already picking up points at the Etihad.