Manchester United are hoping to make it 3 straight English Premier League games without defeat as they host Tottenham on Wednesday.
United are in 5th place and are coming off a barren draw against Newcastle United last Sunday.
Meanwhile, Tottenham beat Everton 2-0 courtesy of a Harry Kane penalty and a Pierre Emile Hojbjerg goal to remain 3rd.
Man United’s eight-game scoring streak in the Premier League at Old Trafford was also brought to an end by Newcastle.
United have only lost 2 of their last 17 top-flight games at home, and no team has posted more than their 72 Wednesday victories in the EPL.
Spurs have now won 3 consecutive games in all competitions but have been poor on the road, winning just twice from 7 games.
Cristiano Ronaldo rolled back the years with a hat-trick to propel Man United to a 3-2 victory in this fixture last season.
What will be the outcome of this encounter? Make your predictions here.
What time does Man United vs Tottenham start?
The game kicks off at 10:15pm Kenyan time at Old Trafford.
Man United vs Tottenham team news
Anthony Martial is the latest in the treatment room and will sit this one out.
Martin Dubravka and Scott McTominay will be back after missing out at the weekend through ineligibility and suspension respectively.
Christian Eriksen may return to face his former club, if not Casemiro will start in midfield with Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho up front.
Richarlison is also injured and will not feature for the visitors and joins Dejan Kulusevski on the sidelines.
Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son will lead the attacking line for Antonio Conte’s side.
Man United vs Tottenham head to head
The hosts have won 33 times out of the 52 games played between the two teams, with 10 resulting in a draw.
Spurs have won 9 times, not since a 6-1 drubbing in 2020.
Man United vs Tottenham current form
Both teams have an identical record coming into the game from their last 5 matches – winning 3 times, losing once and sharing the spoils in another.
Man United vs Tottenham prediction
This will be a hotly-contested affair that is bound to produce goals from either side. Though, a draw could be the most likely outcome.