The early game on Saturday morning will feature title chasing Manchester City hosting new look Spurs. In the same fixture last season, Manchester City put six past an appalling Spurs side that were in the midst of a nightmare season. This season so far, new manager Mauricio Pochettino has fared better and Spurs look a decent side. They do however seem to lack the extra bit needed to pull them into the Champions League, and a fifth place finish is about on par for them this season. Against Man City, they need to do something they have no been the best at these past two seasons: finish chances. In fact, new signing Roberto Soldado is still all but an anonymous player on the side, scoring most of his goals last season from ten yards out. Manchester City will need these three points however. Sitting five points back from a Chelsea side that is still unbeaten, they will need to keep pace while awaiting for the Blues to stumble. So just like we saw last season this one is set to be an opening scoring affair.