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Tottenham v Manchester United: match preview | Football


Tottenham looked jaded in their Carabao Cup semi-final against Chelsea, while Manchester United ought to be refreshed after their training break in Dubai. Yet Mauricio Pochettino could be encouraged at how his team still toughed out a 1-0 win. It was a sign, he said, of their greater maturity and competitiveness. United are resurgent under Ole Gunnar Solsjkær but after wins over bottom-half clubs, this is a first major test for him. David Hytner

Sunday 4.30pm SSPL

Venue Wembley Stadium

Last season Tottenham 2 Manchester United 0

Referee Mike Dean

This season G16 Y64 R9 4.56 cards/game

Odds H 7-6 A 13-5 D 5-2

TOTTENHAM

Subs from Gazzaniga, Vorm, Aurier, Walker-Peters, Davies, Vertonghen, Foyth, Skipp, Lucas, Lamela, Nkoudou, Llorente, Dembélé

Doubtful Dembélé, Vertonghen (both match fitness), Lucas (knee)

Injured Dier (appendix, 19 Jan), Wanyama (knee, 26 Jan)

Suspended None

Discipline Y28 R1

Form WWWWLW

Leading scorer Kane 14

MANCHESTER UNITED

Subs from Grant, McTominay, Mata, Darmian, Fellaini, Fred, Romero, Dalot, Valencia, Sánchez, Lukaku, McTominay, Smalling

Doubtful Sánchez, Smalling (both match fitness)

Injured Rojo (knock, unknown)

Suspended Bailly (last of three)

Discipline Y41 R3

Form WLWWWW

Leading scorers Lukaku, Martial 8



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