Salah has enjoyed a remarkable debut campaign in the Premier League, seamlessly transitioning after joining from Roma at the start of the season.
If Spurs were to make it four successive defeats for Guardiola's side then they would further cement their top-four position and even enhance the possibility of finishing second.
They do not, therefore, have much to play for in the league, making their remaining fixtures relatively meaningless, barring some sort of collapse that allows their rivals back in. So, take a chance on another half-hearted effort from Antonio Conte's side and back Southampton to take at least a point. Pep Guardiola has shown his quality as a coach this season, but he has now seen his team throw away a half-time lead in his last two matches and he needs to learn from those mistakes quickly.
Guardiola's side need just five points to secure the Premier League title, and while victory over Spurs will not be enough on its own, another win over Swansea on April 22 will secure be.
This is the standout fixture of the weekend and it is being played in the flawless time-slot.
The match of the weekend sees Spurs host Man City at Wembley where City have a shot at redemption after a bad couple of weeks.More news: Trump mulling final decision on Syria
It would take an almighty collapse for Spurs to finish outside the top-four at this stage, but Chelsea will be hoping that their opponents tomorrow, namely Manchester City, will be do them a huge favour by taking all three-points away from Wembley. But the age group of the team is really good. The last team to beat them?
It hasn't been a happy period in an otherwise excellent season for City, following defeat to United and Champions League elimination at the hands of Liverpool. He scores four, let's see what I can come back with. In fact, there have only been three goalless stalemates between the two in the Premier League since its creation.
Once again, Kane went through the entire month of August without scoring a goal despite averaging 8.00 shots per 90 in his first three games.
Pochettino said he believed that the club's former full-back Kyle Walker, now at City, would get a good reception from Spurs fans, saying that he deserved to do so for his service to the club.
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