2) RAHEEM STERLING
The Englishman, who was in search of minutes under Guardiola in the initial stages of this campaign has rediscovered his goal-scoring form and is getting better with every passing minute.
Sterling has netted the ball on 9 occasions in his last 10 appearances in the Premier League in contrast to the solitary goal in the first 10 fixtures.
The 26-year-old is in the middle of a purple patch and is riding high on confidence after a hat trick at the Carrow road against Norwich, which concluded in a commanding 4-0 victory.
The English international is going to be extremely difficult to handle and could well walk away with the match if not dealt with suitably. The Spurs defense are going to face a stern test against an in-form Sterling which could potentially decide the fate of this match.