Gareth Bale could make his second Tottenham Hotspur debut on Sunday as Jose Mourinho returns to Old Trafford.
The former Manchester United manager lost 2-1 when he visited with Spurs last season, but could have his new number 9 fit this time around.
Utd and Spurs had contrasting penalty fortunes last weekend; Utd being awarded a spot kick by VAR after the final whistle, which Bruno Fernandes netted to earn a 3-2 win, while Mourinho was left outraged by a late handball shout was given against Eric Dier.
The two sides were also separated by a Marcus Rashford penalty in last season’s clash in Manchester.
What time is Man Utd vs Tottenham Hotspur?
Man Utd vs Spurs is the penultimate game of the weekend. Kick-off at Old Trafford is at 4.30pm.
The Gunners welcome Sheffield United to north London at 2pm, before Aston Villa take on Liverpool at 7.15pm.
Man Utd vs Tottenham Hotspur TV channel and live stream
Anyone wanting to watch this clash between Mourinho’s former and current sides will need to pay for Sky Sports, as the game is not on free-to-air TV.
Sky’s coverage on its Main Event and Premier League channels begins at 4pm, with Aston Villa vs Liverpool following straight after.
Those who pay can stream the game through Sky Go or Now TV apps.
Man Utd vs Tottenham Hotspur odds
One of THE glamour clashes of the Premier League, neither side is enjoying a vintage period in their history.
United are odds on, just about, to win – 19/20 with thepools.com, with Spurs 14/5 to recover from a week which has already seen them play three matches!Jose Mourinho’s men have drawn two of those clashes, at home to Newcastle – when they conceded a controversial late penalty, and against Chelsea when this time penalties worked in their favour.
Another draw is 13/5.
Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.