Find out how to watch a live stream Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United or tune in on TV with BT Sport, as well as a match preview and much, much more,Two in-form teams. A top four six-pointer. Under the lights at Wembley. What a game we have in store for us as one of the iconic Premier League fixtures takes over BT Sport.
Long gone are the ‘Lads, it’s Tottenham’ days for Manchester United – a Sir Alex Ferguson quote made famous by Roy Keane – with this fixture without doubt a clash of two of England’s best sides.A 2-1 win over United, courtesy of Victor Wanyama and Harry Kane goals, was the dream send off for White Hart Lane and Spurs would love to repeat that at their temporary home.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men are on an eight-match unbeaten run in all competitions and with games against Liverpool and Arsenal to follow, the next three fixtures could define their campaign.Spurs have won two of their seven Premier League matches against Manchester United under Mauricio Pochettino (D1 L4), as many as they’d won across their previous 26 games against the Red Devils, spanning eight different managers (Glenn Hoddle, David Pleat, Jacques Santini, Martin Jol, Juande Ramos, Harry Redknapp, Andre Villas-Boas, Tim Sherwood
The hosts sit eight points behind the Red Devils and will need to make their fixtures against their top four rivals count, if they are to secure Champions League qualification for next season.
Man Utd have shown all the hallmarks of a vintage Jose Mourinho side so far in 2018, having won every game and not conceding a goal.Could the Portuguese mastermind one of his snatch and grab results away at a major rival again?
The man who looks most likely to stop that is Tottenham’s in-form talisman Harry Kane who is just one goal shy of becoming the latest Premier League centurion.With Kane flying for Spurs and new boy Alexis Sanchez desperate to make an impact for United, the game could be decided by which one comes out on top. Who are you backing?
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United
Tottenham have been handed an injury boost ahead of this crunch top-four clash, with Christian Eriksen, Hugo Lloris, Erik Lamela and Danny Rose all back in contention.
Eriksen and Lloris have both recovered from an illness that kept them out of Spurs’ last Premier League outing, while Lamela (muscle) and Rose (knee) have overcome injuries.
Manchester United are set to hand former Arsenal man Alexis Sanchez his first Premier League start for the club at Wembley.
Jose Mourinho has almost a fully fit squad to choose from, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Eric Bailly the only absentees for the Red Devils.