Spurs suffered a shock defeat at the hands of struggling Newcastle United at the weekend and go into the north London showdown under pressure to bounce straight back.
"The offsides are definite because there is a kind of guarantee".
"That isn't always going to be the case so when it gets hard, tight moments in the opponent's half of the pitch, we have to find more answers". They are never going to take away that speculation because like against Newcastle, it is always a matter of opinion.
Spurs had been heavy favourites to beat a Newcastle facet that had been overwhelmed in each of their opening matches of the marketing campaign but they got here unstuck with Joelinton firing a first-half victor. "We just have to accept it and get on with it". We need to have the answers to that. There are a lot of hard games to come. But this is where we needed to step up if we want to be up there come the end of the season.
"I said before the start of the season that if we could put a run together, get that momentum, maybe winning for two to three months on the spin without dropping any points, then that's what it's going to take".
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"So when things are going wrong, of course, they have to be upset but we believe that a lot of people wouldn't have expected us to beat Tottenham".
The 27-year old, who made a return in the Magpies shocking win against Tottenham is yet to fully recover after it appeared he had muscle strains.
'It just means we are going to have to pick up points in the big games, the tough games and try to improve on what we did against Newcastle.
'If we win that it makes the first four games a bit brighter.
Liverpool lead the league with three wins from as many games while City are second, two points behind them.
Speaking ahead of Wednesday night's game, Bruce said as quoted by the Chronicle: "We're waiting to let the hamstring (Allan Saint-Maximin) settle".