Date: 31st January 2018 at 7:04pm
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Tottenham are at Wembley with Manchester United the visitors for the latest Premier League game.

This will be an 8pm kick-off as we look to secure all three points with a win, if possible.

With the team sheets in we know the starting XI.

Line ups

Tottenham
Lloris
Trippier
Sanchez
Vertonghen
Davies
Dier
Dembele
Eriksen
Alli
Son Heung-min
Kane

Substitutes
Rose
Lamela
Wanyama
Vorm
Sissoko
Llorente
Walker-Peters

Man Utd
de Gea
A Valencia
Smalling
Jones
Young
Matic
Pogba
Lingard
Sanchez
R Lukaku
Martial

Substitutes
Rojo
Mata
Rashford
Romero
Herrera
Shaw
Fellaini

Would you say there are any surprises for you with this selection the boss has gone with or will this side get the job done?

Fixtures

TUESDAY 30TH JANUARY
Swansea City v Arsenal 19:45
West Ham United v Crystal Palace 19:45
Huddersfield Town v Liverpool 20:00

WEDNESDAY 31ST JANUARY
Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth 19:45
Everton v Leicester City 19:45
Newcastle United v Burnley 19:45
Southampton v Brighton & Hove Albion 19:45
Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion 20:00
Stoke City v Watford 20:00
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United 20:00

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83 Replies to “Tottenham v Manchester United – Team Sheets – 31-1-18”

  • What’s up with our old site? I haven’t been able to log in with my vital name in weeks. I’m curious to see what name crops up with this google account to log in. Now to Spurs: are we getting Neymar’s teammate or not this window. Thought Lukas Moura was in London already. Problems with paperwork and the work permit? Spurs 2 x 1 today. This is a must win if we’re to keep our movement into a regular top four position. Don’t want to see us move into new park without CL. Come on Son. Come on Arry. Two goals, one each. Lloris to let in a clunker. But we’ll leave today with three points in our account. COYS.

  • And who the hell is David O’Brien? Thought he supported Santa Cruz or some other third level club. This is the big time, O’B. Spurs forever.

  • Still, I’d rather log in with my vital name of old. Just can’t get it to work anymore. Bloody rubbish, that. Now I look Irish. What the… ?

  • Is the site dying? Do I need to paint a face on a football to accompany me on this deserted island?

  • Seems like Harry hasn’t really been in the match so far. He’s been a half step off throughout, no?

  • Harry’s hold up play and distribution up front has been superb. Makes a huge difference when the ball does not keep coming back

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