Tottenham vs Manchester United: preview of the match Premier League

The final version of the show ended in December with a 2-1 win over Manchester United as Mason Greenwood lost for the first time as center-forward and Jose Mourinho as Tottenham’s manager. Victory-reducing pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskazir, who had just oversaw an Inspired draw with Aston Villa. Now the manager is being asked to explain in the window why only Donnie van de Beck was signed. And a victory can go a long way to muffle the noise – for the moment, at least. Jamie Jackson

Sunday 4.30 pm Sky Sports Premier League

Place Old Trafford

Last season Manchester United 2 Tottenham 1

Judge Anthony Taylor

This season G2Y5 and 2.5 2.5 cards / games

Bad H 3-1 D 3-1 in the evening

Manchester United

From the sub Grant, Henderson, Smalling, Williams, Dalot, McMinnie, Fred, Lingard, Menzie, Mata, Fasu-Mensah, James, Ighalo, Chong, Lindelf, Van de Beck

Suspicious Nothing

Wounded Tuanzebi (foot, November), Jones (unknown)

Suspended Nothing

Discipline Y4 and 0

Form LW

Top scorers Fernandez, Rashford, Van de Beck1

Tottenham

From the sub Hart, Gazanaiga, Arie, Tananga, Davis, Rose, Alderweard, Faith, Carter-Vickers, Winks, Cisco, Fernandez, Lamela, Berguizan, Oli, Clark, Sisegan

Suspicious Son (hamstrings)

Wounded Bell (Knee, October 17)

Suspended Nothing

Discipline Y5 and 0

Form LWD

Top scorer Son 4

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