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Man Utd take on Spurs in the Premier League this weekend and it should be a cracker!
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Form, Team News and Previous Meetings
6th place Premier League
There's questions being asked about Jose Mourinho right now, "Is he still the special one?"
Man Utd are closer to the relegation zone than they are to Chelsea at the top of the Premier League. They've drawn more games than they've won. West Brom have scored more league goals than them. They've won only one of their last eight league games and Paul Pogba doesn't look like a £90 million footballer.
Man Utd fans are becoming an impatient bunch since Sir Alex left. Moyes and Van Gaal both had a respectable 52% win ratio but were sent packing. 'The Special One' is flirting dangerously with that ratio on 54%.
Mourinho is expected to be without Luke Shaw and Chris Smalling for this game but he has been given a boost with Eric Bailly returning to first team action against Zorya in the Europa League.
Will it be Rooney or Mkhitaryan who starts? Big decision.
5th place Premier League
Spurs are extremely hard to beat. Their record of only one defeat in the league so far this season backs that up. They have the best defence in the Premier League and welcomed Toby Alderweireld back from injury in midweek. He's one of the best central defenders in England for me.
Spurs are without Lamela and Janssen and they'll rely on Eriksen and Kane in this game, both have looked terrific in recent games.
Mauricio Pochettino has a 51.8% win ratio as Spurs manager, only Andre Villas-Boas can boast a better win % than Pochettino when managing Spurs in Premier League. He won 55% of his games.
Spurs are a solid team but they have struggled away from home recently. They'll be hoping Alderweireld makes a big difference now he's back from injury.
I think this is a very tough game to call but if you're pushing me for a selection then I think Spurs to win or draw (double chance with some bookmakers) looks the safest bet.
These sides have faced each other 37 times since the turn of the millennium. Utd have been victorious in 24, Spurs have won 4 and 8 have ended a draw. The other game went to penalties - Man Utd won.
The top goal-scorers in the last 6 meetings;
- Wayne Rooney (3)
- Christian Eriksen (1)
- Danny Welbeck (1)
- Dele Alli (1)
- Emmanuel Adebayor (1)
- Eric Lamela (1)
- Kyle Walker (1)
- Marouane Fellaini (1)
- Michael Carrick (1)
- Sandro (1)
- Toby Alderweireld (1)
- Own goals (1 Kyle Walker)