Tottenham vs Manchester United LIVE Football Score 11 April 2021
Manchester United’s place in the top four looks secure for the time being so a tepid draw – like many of those produced since being thrashed 6-1 by Tottenham – against José Mourinho’s side would suffice. Spurs on the other hand need a win to catch up and Mourinho will be eager to stick it to his former employers. A full complement of defenders will certainly help the endeavour after last week’s misfire against Newcastle. Graham Searles
Sunday 4.30pm Sky Sports Premier League
Venue Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Last season Tottenham 1 Manchester United 1
Referee Chris Kavanagh
This season G16 Y47 R0 2.94 cards/game
Odds H 2-1 A 6-4 D 28-11
Subs from Hart, Whiteman, Doherty, Tanganga, Davies, Dier, Rodon, Sissoko, Winks, Bergwijn, Alli, Vinícius, Lo Celso
Injured Davies (calf, 21 Apr), Doherty (knock, unknown)
Discipline Y44 R2
Leading scorer Kane 19
Subs from Grant, Williams, Tuanzebe, Telles, Shoretire, Matic, De Gea, Mata, Van de Beek, Fred, Hannibal, Elanga, Diallo, James
Doubtful Rashford (match fitness), Shaw (match fitness)
Injured Martial (knee, May), Bailly (Covid-19, unknown), Jones (knee, unknown)
Discipline Y50 R1
Leading scorer Fernandes 16
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Manchester United will head into Sunday’s match confident of exacting revenge on Spurs for their 6-1 defeat earlier in the season. The Red Devils head into the clash in second place and the chance to close the gap on Man City to 11 points with two games in hand. Tottenham Hotspur missed a big chance to move back into the top four as they were held to a 2-2 draw with Newcastle last weekend. Spurs are now five points off fourth place with their hopes of Champions League qualification beginning to disappear.