PEP GUARDIOLA wore a haunted look as he suffered his biggest defeat as manager last week.

The ex-Barcelona and Bayern Munich couldn’t believe what he was seeing as his side collapsed 4-0 at Everton.

He responded by taking his squad to a private screening of La La Land – and that could have been a punishment.

Now the Spaniard is hoping fans don’t see Citizens Kaned when Spurs visit the Etihad tonight. At first glance the White Hart Lane men look a great bet at 27-10 with Marathonbet.

Mauricio Pochettino’s men are in sparkling form having won seven in a row since losing to Man United. They did the double over City last season and beat them 2-0 at home last October.

Harry Kane and Dele Alli must look at a defence that’s as leaky as a rotting roof and think it could be their day.

City have kept just four clean sheets this season and Claudio Bravo is the third worst keeper in the Premier League on saves to shots ratio. Having said all of this City have lost just once at home while Spurs have won four out of 10 on the road.

Pep's admitted the title has gone and now he's fighting for a Champions League slot. The confidence has been drained from him and his side so best bet could be Spurs draw no bet at 8-5 (Marathonbet). Not to lose the Londoners are 8-11 with Ladbrokes.

Kane bagged a hat-trick against West Brom last week and is 5-1 at bet365 to break the deadlock. Alli has netted seven in five and is 13-4 with 888sport to score again.

Guardiola has been moaning about the quality of his strikers but they should manage at least one so consider both to score at 4-6 (bet365). And new boy Gabriel Jesus is likely to be on the bench.

Spurs trail leaders Chelsea by seven points after the Blues shrugged off the Diego Costa saga to thump Leicester 3-0 last week.

Next up for Antonio Conte’s men tomorrow are steadily improving Hull. Costa is set to return with his move to China on hold until at least the end of the season. Chelsea are no bigger than 2-11 so look at them to win to nil at 3-4 with McBookie as the toothless Tigers have failed to score in five of six on the road.

Liverpool should see off Swansea with plenty to spare at lunchtime. The Swans have lost their last five at Anfield and conceded 16 goals. Jurgen Klopp’s men are no bigger than 1-4 so consider the Reds to score 3+ at 5-6 with William Hill.

Man United were lucky to draw with Liverpool last week but should bounce back to winning ways at Stoke. Jose Mourinho’s men are too short though at 1-2.

Bournemouth have lost three in a row but can get back on track by beating Watford. They are 17-20 (McBookie).

Sam Allardyce is still searching for a league win at Crystal Palace and is unlikely to get it against a buoyed Everton. The Toffees have have won three of their last four in the EPL and are worth a look at 7-5 (Stan James).

West Brom have sold Saido Berahino to Stoke but should still beat a Sunderland side who are poor on the road. Take 7-10 at Paddy Power.

In the Championship I like Fulham at QPR in the early game and Leeds at Barnsley in the evening. Cardiff look a good shout at home to Burton and best bets in League Two are Doncaster at home to Crewe.

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