Fresh from FA Cup semifinal victory, Manchester United take a trip to north London to face Tottenham Hotspur.
The Red Devils needed penalty shootout to edge out Brighton and Hove Albion in the last four of the Cup competition setting up a mouthwatering final with rivals Manchester City.
Tottenham come into this game looking for motivation ahead of the last few games in the of the Premier League.
Spurs suffered a 6-1 drubbing against Newcastle United away from home in their last game, forcing the players to reimburse the fans who made the trip.
The north London side opted to bring in Ryan Mason as caretaker coach, the second for that position after the sacking of Antonio Conte.
With their latest defeat, Spurs are now six points off the top four and will need to up their game if they’re to play Champions League football next season.
For Erik ten Hag’s men, victory takes them back to third position above Newcastle after only dropping due to goal differential.
In the last five games between these two teams, Spurs have only won once, recording a 6-1 victory in 2020 while United have commanded four wins in that run.
United are set to have Harry Maguire back in the lineup after the captain missed the game against Brighton due to suspension.
Fraser Forster will be in post for Tottenham with Hugo Lloris picking up an injury in the defeat to the Magpies.