Tottenham Spurs battered Manchester United the last time the two English teams met in a 6-1 thriller.
Manchester United has won only 1 of their 8 away matches against Spurs, Drawing 3 and losing 4. The only win they recorded dates as far back as January 2019 where they won 1-0 at the Wembley staduim.
Even though every statistic seem to favour the London based team, the Red Devils have improved trendously.
They have won 3 of their last 5 EPL matches, drawing the remaining 2. They are currently second best team in the English top flight with 60 points unlike Spurs who are currently 7th on the league with just 49 points.
Again, in their last 5 meetings, Manchester United has won 3, drawing 1 and losing the other in the 6: 1 battering which was hugely influenced by a red card decision against them.
Despite having great players like Bale, Kane and Son, the Spurs dressing is facing lots friction between the players and the manager, Josè Mourinho after the later came out and publicly lambasted the players for poor performance against Newcastle.
Both teams have their key players available for selection but Spurs’ rescent dressing room clashes coupled with their struggling form, Red Devil’s have a better chance of winning.
The best Spurs can do in this match is a draw.
Unlike in the first leg match of this season where Spurs thrashed Manchester United 6-1, this encounter will record fewer goals with a goal difference of 2 or less.