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Form guide: Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur (Premier League)

Form guide: Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur (Premier League)

How have Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur faired in their last five fixtures? Full details ahead of Premier League clash.

Manchester United and Tottenham will face off in the Premier League for the first time this season on Wednesday evening.

The two sides are both battling to get into the Premier League top four come the close of play of the season in May.

The fourth position this season will likely be hotly contested, with Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham all vying for the remaining positions behind the current league leaders Arsenal and previous Premier League champions Manchester City.

Both sides have been on mixed form so far this season and currently sit 7 points apart in the league, with Tottenham sitting in third while United are in fifth. However, United currently have a game in hand on the Lilywhites.

Manchester United

Last five games: L, W, W, W, D

After a dismal 6-3 defeat in the Manchester derby a few weeks ago, Manchester United bounced back.

They faced Omonia away in the Europa League, and despite going a goal down fairly early on, a second half fight back from substitutes Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial saw the Red Devils finish the match as 3-2 victors.

Next was a visit to Goodison Park, where yet again, Erik ten Hag’s men went 1-0 down early on.

However, a quick reply from Antony coupled with a Cristiano Ronaldo strike just before halftime saw United 2-1 victors.

The club then welcomed Omonia to Old Trafford, where a last-minute Scott McTominay strike gave much victory to Manchester United.

Most recently on Sunday, United played out a 0-0 draw against Newcastle United, with many fans disappointed at the lack of goal scoring opportunities presented throughout the fixture.

Fred started alongside Brazil teammate Casemiro in Manchester United’s 0-0 draw with Newcastle. (Alamy)
Fred started alongside Brazil teammate Casemiro in Manchester United’s 0-0 draw with Newcastle. (Alamy)

Tottenham Hotspur

Last five games: L, D, W, W, W

Antonio Conte’s men have had the same set of results at Manchester United in their last five games – just in a different order.

Their most recent loss was on the same day as the Manchester derby, with Tottenham losing the North London derby 3-1 against league leaders Arsenal.

They then travelled to Germany in midweek where they drew 0-0 with Frankfurt, however their last three matches have all resulted in victory.

The club took the short trip down from London to Brighton and came away 1-0 victors over the Seagulls, before welcoming Frankfurt to North London and defeated the side 3-2 thanks to a Son Heung-Min brace and Harry Kane penalty.

Most recently, Tottenham beat Everton 2-0 in the Premier League, with a Kane penalty and late Pierre-Emile Højbjerg strike securing all three points.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League