Everything you need to know ahead of the crunch clash where Spurs will say goodbye to White Hart Lane
TOTTENHAM will bid farewell to White Hart Lane on Sunday.
And there is no bigger team to play their final game there than against Manchester United.
And Spurs will be looking for a win to give the stadium a good send off.
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But Jose Mourinho’s men will be there to try and spoil the party.
Here is all you need to know ahead of the crunch Premier League clash and the farewell to White Hart Lane.
What is the Tottenham team news?
There are no new injury concerns for Mauricio Pochettino after their loss to West Ham.
But Kyle Walker could be dropped after a lacklustre performance.
And Mousa Dembele could come back in central midfield.
What is the Manchester United team news?
Jose Mourinho is likely to rest players for the clash if United get through to the Europa League final.
The likes of Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard could be rested.
Wayne Rooney is likely to start up front.
What TV channel is Tottenham vs Manchester United on?
Tottenham vs Manchester United kicks off at 4.30pm on Sunday May 14.
The game will be shown live on Sky Sports 1 as part of it’s Super Sunday coverage.
Alternatively, you can follow all the action with SunSport’s live blog that will kick off at 11am.
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Manchester United: LDDWW
SPURS loss at West Ham last week effectively ended their title hopes.
But the fact it is the last game at White Hart Lane means the players will be up for giving their ground a good send-off.
United are concentrating on the Europa League as that is their best way of getting into the Champions League.
And if they get past Celta Vigo tonight, they could rest a lot of their top stars giving Spurs the opportunity for the win.
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- Spurs’ only win in their last 15 home Premier League games against Manchester United came in last season’s 3-0 victory (D6 L8).
- That 3-0 defeat for the Red Devils is the only time they’ve conceded in their last five Premier League games against Spurs, keeping four clean sheets.
- Jose Mourinho has failed to win on his last four Premier League visits to White Hart Lane (D2 L2) and hasn’t won a league game there since August 2005, when his Chelsea side defeated Spurs 2-0.
- Spurs have lost more Premier League games against Manchester United than against any other opponent (32) – indeed, in their top-flight history Spurs have lost 77 games against the Red Devils, eight more than they have against anyone else.
- Manchester United have failed to score in their last two away league trips to White Hart Lane – in the Premier League era, they’ve only failed to score in three consecutive away games against an opponent twice – Everton (three games between August 2012 and April 2015) and Chelsea (four games between November 2003 and May 2007).
- Tottenham could go unbeaten at home for the first time in a league season since 1964/65 (W16 D2 L0 this season).
- Jose Mourinho hasn’t seen his side score in an away league game against any of the current top six clubs since January 1st 2015 in a 3-5 defeat at Tottenham while Chelsea manager. Four of the seven games since have finished 0-0 (L3).
- Harry Kane has scored against 23 of the 25 clubs he’s faced with Tottenham in the Premier League – though he’s yet to score in six appearances against Manchester United.
- Three of Manchester United’s four Premier League defeats this season have been in games played on a Sunday immediately after a European match.
- The Lilywhites have won their last 13 home league matches – one short of their club record run of 14 between January and October 1987.