3) HEUNG-MIN SON
The South Korean hasn’t been having the best of times at Tottenham despite having a G/A of 12 in 19 appearances in the Premier League, this season, which speaks volumes about his potential.
Son could be a potent force in the attacking third and who more than City can understand it with their resolute defence breached on their first meeting this season.
The ability to play link up with the likes of Harry Kane and Lucas Moura has paid dividends for the 29-year-old, who will be trying to replicate more of that at the Etihad this time around.
If Tottenham have to stand a chance, Son is going to be vital in their final third facing one of the most formidable backline Manchester City possesses in the form of Joao Cancelo, Aymeric Laporte, Ruben Dias and Kyle Walker.