That's it! Tottenham move back to second, two points behind leaders Leicester, with a huge victory at the Etihad.

FULL TIME: Manchester City 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur

Hugo Lloris gets a vital hand on a looping cross, getting just enough on it to put Silva off. The Spaniard instead lashes his effort over the bar. That will likely be that.

Lamela drives forward on the counter attack and soon has Chadli for support but instead decides to take the ball into the corner.

Four minutes of time added on.

Last change for Spurs, Harry Kane's afternoon is over; he is replaced by Nacer Chadli for the final minutes of this contest.

Kane lashes a speculative half volley on goal from outside the box that hits the side netting. That would have settled it.

Tottenham have their lead again! Lamela, just off the bench, drives through the heart of the City defence before sliding a perfectly weighted pass through for Eriksen. The Dane keeps his composure and coolly slots past Hart. Tottenham have six minutes to hold on.

Goal! Manchester City 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur (Christian Eriksen, 82)

Aguero works half a yard of space for himself just inside the box but his shot is charged down by Alderweireld. The corner comes in but is hacked away.

Another change for Tottenham Erik Lamela is entering the fray, replacing Alli, who has had a fairly quiet afternoon.

Just over 10 minutes of the match remaining. As it stands, Tottenham will miss the chance to move back to second.

Yaya Toure thumps one on goal from 25 yards out that Lloris punches away from goal. A vicious effort, but it was straight at the Frenchman.

Just off the bench, Klechi Iheanacho slams an equaliser into the roof of the net! It's a very neat move down the left which frees Clichy to cut an inviting ball back across goal where the young Nigerian is unmarked to find the top corner with a sweet strike.

Goal! Manchester City 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur (Kelechi Iheanacho, 73)

A change for Tottenham, Son is replaced by Tom Carroll as Mauricio Pochettino looks to hold onto his side's lead.

Now Toure hits the bar! From a free kick almost 30 yards out, the Ivorian curls a beauty over the wall but it won't drop in time to beat Lloris, cracking off the woodwork.

Harry Kane makes no mistake, sending Joe Hart the wrong way! It's another poor decision, however, Sterling did not have his arm out, the ball appeared to strike his shoulder (barely).

Goal! Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Manchester City (Harry Kane, 52)

Mark Clatternburg points to the spot! Rose fires a ball in from the left that catches Sterling's shoulder.

PENALTY - Tottenham

And we are back underway for the second half.

HALF TIME: Manchester City 0-0 Tottenham Hotspur

Dembele almost makes a mess of a routine clearance, slamming it straight into the back of Wimmer and out for a corner.

Five minutes until half time at the Etihad, Tottenham are still looking the neater of the two sides but have so far been unable to pick that final pass out.

Tottenham's passing in the final third is crisp and threatening,; the away side are looking far the more dangerous at the minute. Moments ago Eriksen tried his luck with range, stinging Joe Hart's palms with a vicious effort.

A terrific block from Rose denies Sterling! A headed clearance drops to the City forward about 12 yards out and he lashes a volley straight into the chest of the Spurs full back. Brave stuff from Rose; that shot looked to be going in.

Now Toure wins a free kick for himself about 25 yards out after he is taken out off the ball from Wimmer while trying to play a one-two with Aguero.

Toure is again late and rash in a slide challenge, leaving Kevin Wimmer in a heap. It's an ugly challenge but Mark Clattenburg seems not to have noticed.

Zabaleta tries to bundle his way down the right flank before Dier steps across to block his run, conceding a free kick in the process.

City again come down the left with Silva and Toure picking their way through before the former releases Sterling but again Tottenham divert the attempted cross out for a corner, which Lloris can collect.

Son has the ball in the back of the net from a terrific angle following a neat lay-off from Walker but is correctly ruled offside.

From that corner, the ball drops for Aguero but he can't keep his effort on the half volley on target, lashing a wild one over from 10 yards out.

City enjoy a bit of luck down the left with Aguero laying a neat ball off for Sterling to pick up. Kevin Wimmer manages to divert the ball out for a corner however.

Spurs have started well here with both full-backs getting forward early. Kyle Walker, preferred to Kieran Trippier today, tries to find Kane in the box but his delivery lets him down.

Toure is lucky to escape a yellow card after a wild lunge on Dembele.

A slick Spurs move sees Alli win a free kick for his side, falling under the challenge of Fernando about 30 yards out from goal. An early chance for Christian Eriksen, perhaps.

And Tottenham get us underway.

For the first time since August, Vincent Kompany, Yaya Toure, David Silva and Sergio Aguero start for City. Can that inspire them to the result they desperately need?

Tottenham eased to a slightly flattering 4-1 win when these two sides met at White Hart Lane earlier this season. Another defeat today could halt City's charge completely.

Just five minutes until kick off at the Etihad.

BREAKING: Vincent Kompany makes his first City appearance since Boxing Day, returning at the heart of defence alongside Nicolas Otamendi. David Silva is also fit to start.

Man City team to face Tottenham: Zabaleta, Kompany (C), Otamendi, Clichy, Fernandinho, Fernando, Toure, Sterling, Silva, Aguero

Subs: Caballero, Kolarov, Demichelis, A.Garcia, M.Garcia, Celina, Iheanacho

BREAKING: It is as you would expect from Mauricio Pochettino; Kevin Wimmer continues at centre half in the absence of Jan Vertonghen while Dele Alli comes back into midfield.

Tottenham team to face Man City: Lloris (c), Walker, Alderweireld, Wimmer, Rose; Dembele, Dier; Eriksen, Alli, Son; Kane

Subs: Vorm, Davies, Trippier, Carroll, Chadli, Lamela, Mason

One player who definitely won't feature today will be Fabian Delph, who is expected to be ruled out for seven weeks with an achilles injury. Bacary Sagna is also a doubt for City.

Tottenham Hotspur team news
Tottenham have no fresh injury concerns with Jan Vertonghen and Clinton N'Jie their only absentees. Kevin Wimmer is expected to deputise for the Belgian once again.

Manchester City team news
City have their skipper Vincent Kompany back for the first time since December while David Silva has also recovered from a knock.

With Arsenal beating Leicester City thanks to a last minute winner from Danny Welbeck, both Manchester City and Tottenham will be desperate to keep pace with the Gunners, who moved to within two points of the top of the table.

A win for Spurs will see them jump back up to second. A loss for Manchester City won't kill off their title bid, but starting the day six points off the summit, it would do some considerable damage.