Two of the oldest clubs in the Premier League with a long-standing rivalry will come face to face on match day 2 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The Red Devils will be travelling to North London to face Tottenham on Saturday.
The hosts will be hopeful to score their first win under the leadership of a new captain and new manager. The top bookmakers in India have amazing football odds with them.
Manchester United started their new season in the Premier League on a positive by defeating Wolves in their previous fixture. However, they were far from convincing in that match.
Spurs started real quick in their previous fixture against Brentford by scoring in the 11th minute. Cristian Romero received an assist from J Maddison and converted the opportunity into a goal. However, in the 27th minute, the game was equalized as Brentford converted a penalty.
Spurs were in trouble as Brentford scored another goal in the 36th minute boot soon Emerson Royal equalized the score just before half-time. The primary concern for the team management will be some problems in the defense.
Richarlison has recovered from his injury and will be available to start the game.
Predicted Lineup: Vicario, Emerson, Romero, Davies, Udogie, Bissouma, Skipp, Kulusevski, Maddison, Son, Richarlison
Erik Ten Hag will be happy with the way his boys started off the new season by scoring a win against Wolves by 1-0 at Old Trafford. With a 51% possession, the Red Devils struggled to convert an opportunity in the first half but the result of their composed strategy came in the 76th minute when Raphael Varane converted an opportunity by an assist from Wan-Bissaka.
Manchester United displayed strong defense tactics which will be helpful against their rivals but the squad needs to be more aggressive at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Kobbie Mainoo (ankle), Dean Henderson (thigh), Anthony Martial (thigh), Tyrell Malacia (muscle), Thomas Heaton (calf), and Amad Diallo (knee) are in the injury room and won’t be travelling to face Tottenham.
Predicted Lineup: Onana, Wan-Bissaka, Varane, Martinez, Shaw, Casemiro, Sancho, Antony, Fernandes, Mount, Rashford
Tottenham secured a respectable 2-2 draw in their season opener against a challenging Brentford team, with James Maddison standing out. Manchester United kicked off their campaign with a less-than-convincing 1-0 win against Wolves. They'll need to step up their game for this match. So we are going with a draw in this match.