After their recent FA Cup win over Wigan Athletic, Manchester United will hope for another inspired performance before their short break.
The Red Devils come up against Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League on Sunday at Old Trafford.
United lost the earlier meeting between these two teams with controversial refereeing decisions coming into play.
Pape Matar Sarr and a Lisandro Martinez own goal were the source of Tottenham’s three points the last time.
However, the London side’s form has not been as smooth as they met United while the latter have had their own struggles as well.
Tottenham have managed to turn the corner following an uneven spell marred by important player injuries and suspensions. Spurs have won five of their past six games in all categories, the most recent of which came in the FA Cup thanks to a spectacular strike from Pedro Porro.
Tottenham have not won at Old Trafford since the 6-1 win in 2020 with the last two games there ending in defeats for them.
The game kicks off at 4:30 pm.