It’s hard to feel too confident about either side winning this clash. Tottenham Hotspur have had a stop-start season and there’s not a lot of belief that Nuno Espirito Santo is the man to take Spurs forward on a long-term basis. A 1-0 defeat at West Ham saw the visitors surrender meekly although we should expect a more attacking approach in this clash.

Harry Kane hasn’t quite been firing this term although he will surely get chances against a ropey Manchester United defence, with Son Heung-Min and Lucas Moura also relishing the chance to break through a rearguard who has conceded nine goals in the past two Premier League clashes.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lives to fight another day at Old Trafford although he has big problems to solve after that thumping by Liverpool. The Norwegian seems powerless to address the issues which is seeing the team concede vast quantities of goals right now, with Edinson Cavani being criminally underused.

Perhaps we’ll see a more hard-working performance here, with Jadon Sancho also hoping to be involved from the off, although United can usually be relied upon for goals even if they’re struggling to stop the leakage at the other end.


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