Spurs and Manchester United each have five players with 2000 minutes of club football this season. The rest of the Premier League have 20 between them.
Premier League club Everton are expected to sack manager Frank Lampard on Monday, according to Sky Sports correspondent Vinny O'Connor.
Arsenal may be leading the way in the league, though City will be desperate to derail their rivals when it comes to the FA Cup. Here, we take a look at the five main talking points ahead of Friday's encounter. Who are the favourites? Form points to Arsenal, who are five points clear at the top of the Premier League, but experience favours City.
Jose Mourinho celebrated his 60th birthday.
Harry Kane equalled Jimmy Greaves' goalscoring record of 266 goals for Tottenham and he was the match-winner as Antonio Conte's side edged past Fulham.
Novak Djokovic insisted his father was unaware that he was posing for photographs with a Russian flag.
The comeback win over Manchester United leaves the Gunners clear of champions Man City
BBC TV executives are set to ditch their 56-year association with the Masters amid cost-cutting efforts at the corporation, Telegraph Sport understands.
Netherlands forward Arnaut Danjuma has insisted it was a “no-brainer” for him to turn down Everton in favour of a move to Tottenham Hotspur.
The 25-year-old former Bournemouth winger is set to undergo a medical at Hotspur Way after initially agreeing to move to Goodison Park
Djokovic said his father thought he was posing for pictures with Serbian fans and said the situation was ‘misinterpreted’
Mikel Arteta has reportedly drawn up plans for the West Ham midfielder.
Sevilla are this season’s La Liga crisis club but perhaps a last-gasp penalty at Cádiz can turn their fortunes around
The Copa del Rey quarter-final between Real Madrid and Atlético was marred by pre-match racism targeted at Vinícius Júnior, but the Brazilian scored to seal a 3-1 win in extra-time
Could another American manufacturer follow Cadillac onto the F1 grid?
The England international produced two superb second-half saves from Southampton forward Che Adams as the Magpies secured a vital 1-0 win from a breathless Carabao Cup semi-final first leg at St Mary's. Joelinton set aside a disallowed goal and a shocking miss to claim the visitors' 73rd-minute winner, while Saints substitute Adam Armstrong had a leveller ruled out for handball following VAR intervention. Newcastle manager Eddie Howe, who warned there is still a long way to go in the tie ahead of next week's return meeting, saluted the impact of his in-form keeper, while Magpies midfielder Bruno Guimaraes went a step further.
Rahm and 23-year-old Thompson were tied with three holes to play when Thompson, who led through 36 holes and shared the lead with Rahm going into Sunday, pulled his drive into a deep fairway bunker on the par-five 16th and wound up with par. Rahm made birdie to take the lead. Rahm finished 27-under 261 and won for the ninth time on the PGA Tour.
Real Madrid have reportedly hatched a 'two-stage plan' that would see them sign Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham ahead of Liverpool.
Mikel Arteta staying quiet on Moises Caicedo pursuit but admits Gunners could make more signings
A British shot put champion has heavily criticised leaked plans to allow transgender women to compete in the female category in international track and field, saying it could lead to a "free-for-all" which would "screw" biological women like her.