This is the first piece of domestic silverware, so let's get right into it!
- Manchester City beat Tottenham 3-0 when the teams last faced off in February.
- Man City are aiming to win the Carabao Cup for the fourth year in a row.
- Man City have won 29 of their last 32 games in all competitions.
- Tottenham have won only two of their last seven fixtures.
BTTS: City haven’t kept a clean sheet in their last five assignments, however, and with the formidable John Stones and Ruben Dias central-defensive partnership broken up, there could be room for Spurs to notch a consolation.
Man City to win: The Citizens beat a Tottenham team wielding a fully fit Harry Kane 3-0 in February – one of 29 victories in City’s last 32 matches in all competitions – and we expect the Manchester giant’s superior class and vast cup final experience to come to the fore again this weekend.
Foden to shine?
City starlet Phil Foden is fast becoming one of the Citizens’ most influential performers, and fresh from notching in both legs of the club’s Champions League quarter-final tie with Borussia Dortmund and a crucial equalizer at Villa, Foden could be worth backing to get his name on the scoresheet again at Wembley.