Not all is over and done for title hopes for Manchester United when they take on Tottenham Hotspurs this weekend. The match schedules for Sunday at Tottenham Stadium with a kickoff at 6:30 pm.
Spurs are currently sixth on the table with three points behind fourth-placed West Ham, whereas Man United is second in the table with 14 points from City though with two games. A spot in the Champions League is up for grabs for Ole Gunnar.
Ole Gunnar might have lost hopes of a title hope race, especially after an impressive display from their arch-rivals Manchester City. However, there are revamped hope especially following their win in the Manchester Derby.
Hopes seem to shimmer on the Red Devils, with Pep Guardiola’s side dropping points this weekend after a defeat to Leeds United despite being ten men down. Ten games remain till the end of the season, and it’s not over till the fat lady sings.
Red Devils have gone ten games unbeaten and are one step closer to the Europa League finals after a first leg 2-0 win over Granada.
On the other hand, Europa League football is out of the question for Mourinho following their humble defeat to Dinamo Zagreb. However, the main cause remains to get a top-four spot with eight games left. Harry Kane’s future remains in the air if the side fails to secure the top-four finish.
Tottenham vs Manchester United Head to Head
Both sides have 34 games against each other, with Tottenham with seven wins while United with twenty wins. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
Newcastle 2-2 Tottenham
Aston Villa 0-2 Tottenham
Dinamo Zagreb 3-0 Tottenham
Arsenal 2-1 Tottenham
Granada 0-2 United
Man United 2-1 Brighton
Leicester City 3-1 Man United
Milan 0-1 Man United
Tottenham Team News
Mourinho continues life without Matt Doherty and Ben Davies through injury, but the home side remains in good form heading into the clash. Serge Aurier and Toby Alderweireld push for starts after missing their last clash with Newcastle United.
Manchester United Team News
Anthony Martial remains unavailable for selection with a knee problem. Despite recovering from a recent positive coronavirus test, Eric Bailly miss sit this one out with Luke Shaw and Paul Pogba available for selection. Despite nursing an ankle problem, Rashford will lead the attack.
Prediction and Odds
This is a more significant match for Tottenham with a top-four bid, but United maintain hopes of rivals slipping.
Correct Score: 2-2
Goals Over 2.5