Tottenham have had their share of distractions, too, but at least there’s have been limited to off-the-field issues.
While the north Londoners still don’t know when they will be able to move into their new home, it has been business as usual for Mauricio Pochettino on the pitch with Spurs taking two wins from two so far this term – with Harry Kane already ending his August hoodoo.
This will be the 190th meeting between the two Premier League giants. As you might expect, United have historically dominated the fixture, winning 90 of their past meetings with Spurs taking 51 wins.
Antonio Valencia, Nemanja Matic and Jesse Lingard all returned to full first-team training late last week with the latter coming off the bench against Brighton. Both Valencia and Matic are expected to be in contention to return against Spurs.
Heung-min Son is not expected to be available for Tottenham due to his participation in the Asian Games for South Korea while Victor Wanyama remains sidelined as he continues his recovery from a knee injury.
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