please log in to view this image Saturday 21st November 5.30pm Premier League Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Another uninspiring international break is over and we're back to the Premier League. It's a big game to come back to and a lot of the focus will be on the managers. Mourinho and Guardiola resume their Real v Barca hostilities, though hopefully without any eye gouging. Neither side have been playing at their best recently and the fixtures are about to get really congested. Can Mourinho get one over his old adversary or will Guardiola push City back up the table? It says a lot about City's change in fortunes that last season was largely seen as something of a failure. They won the League Cup, reached the FA Cup semi-final and finished 2nd in the league, but it's not enough. A quarter-final Champions League exit to unfancied Lyon was seen as a real embarrassment. Being miles off the pace in the league didn't help either, despite a respectable points total. They never realistically challenged to retain their title, despite spending plenty of money. They've had a mixed start to this campaign too, by those testing standards. They've only lost one league game, though that was a 5-2 home loss to Leicester. I'm sure that Guardiola would also point to their impressive cup form, where they've won every game. They've basically qualified from their CL group already and progressed to the quarter final of the league cup. Playing one less league game has left them in a somewhat false midtable position of 10th. Their visit to our ground last season was symptomatic of their campaign. They had tons of possession and plenty of chances, but failed to take the lead and then lost the plot. Aguero hit the post, Gundogan had a penalty saved and missed an open goal, then Zinchenko saw red. That allowed Bergwijn the time and space to mark his debut with the opening goal of the game. Son added a second shortly afterward and City were done, though they did continue to see a lot of the ball: Our trip to their place near the start of the last campaign was similar, though the spoils were shared. The hosts capped a lot of early pressure with a headed goal from Sterling to go ahead. Lamela levelled almost instantly from virtually nowhere, shooting from 25 yards out while virtually unmarked. Aguero put them ahead again before the break and they looked like they'd push on and win. Moura headed us level again, then City had a moan about VAR, as a late winner was chalked off for handball: Not much injury or coronavirus news yet and neither side has any suspensions. Doherty will miss out due to isolation. Lineups for each side's last league game: Spurs: Lloris; Doherty, Alderweireld, Dier, Reguilon; Sissoko, Hojbjerg; Bale, Ndombele, Son; Kane. Subs: Hart, Aurier, Rodon, Davies, Lo Celso, Moura, Vinicius. League form: DWDWWW. City: Ederson; Walker, Dias, Laporte, Cancelo; Rodri, Gundogan; Torres, De Bruyne, Sterling; Jesus. Subs: Steffen, Ake, Garcia, Stones, Zinchenko, Foden, Silva. League form: LDWDWD. Ref: Mike Dean. VAR: Kevin Friend. TV: Sky Sports. How would you like to line up for this one and what would you change from the West Brom game? Would you stick with much of the same lineup, make a few changes or go for a wholesale switch? Which system and tactics would you use and what are you expecting City to go with?