Man Utd vs Tottenham: Match Thread

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MAN UTD 1-0 SPURS
Martial
Lloris (C), Aurier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies, Dier, Winks, Sissoko (Dembele), Eriksen, Dele, Son (Llorente)



Official Site Match Centre

92 mins Sub: Darmian for Young.
81 mins GOAL Man Utd 1-0 Spurs : Martial

Route one. De Gea's goal-kick flicked on by Lukaku, Martial in behind to slide beyond Lloris.
73 mins Yellow Card: Valencia.booked after going to ground in the box.
69 mins Sub: Martial for Rashford.
64 mins Sub: Lingard for Mkhitaryan.
61 mins Subs: Llorente and Dembele for Son and Sissoko.
Half Time: Man Utd 0-0 Spurs

Live Media Coverage

The Occasion:

2017/18 Premier League season. Match #10.

Who:

Manchester United vs. Tottenham Hotspur
2nd vs 3rd.



When:

Saturday 28th October 2017
12.30pm Kick-off (BST).

Where:

Old Trafford, Greater Manchester
Opened – 1910
Capacity – 75,643

No pics this week - you all know what Old Trafford looks like.
Why:
Someone’s title challenge has to die.

How can I watch it:

UK – Live on Sky Sports PL channel.
US – Live on NBC Sports.
Rest of the World – Don’t know, don’t care.
Other options may also be available……

This week’s opponents are….

Manchester United
  • Founded – 1878 as Newton Heath, became Manchester United in 1902.
  • Nickname – The Red Devils
  • Colours – Red shirts, White shorts, Black socks.
  • Major Honours – 20 League Titles, 12 FA Cups, 5 League Cups, 3 European Cups, 1 Europa League, 1 European Cup Winners Cup. Is that all…..?
  • Owners/Chair – The Glazer Family
  • CEO – Ed Woodward
  • Manager – Jose Mourinho
Squads:
Tottenham Hotspur from:
1. Hugo Lloris, 2. Kieran Trippier, 3. Danny Rose, 4. Toby Alderweireld, 5. Jan Vertonghen, 6. Davinson Sanchez, 7. Heung-Min Son, 10. Harry Kane, 11. Erik Lamela, 12. Victor Wanyama, 13. Michel Vorm, 14. George-Kevin Nkoudou, 15. Eric Dier, 17. Moussa Sissoko, 18. Fernando Llorente, 19. Mousa Dembele, 20. Dele Alli, 21. Juan Foyth, 22. Paulo Gazzaniga, 23. Christian Eriksen, 24. Serge Aurier, 29. Harry Winks, 33. Ben Davies, 37. Kyle Walker-Peters, 42. Anthony Georgiou, 46. Tashan Oakley-Boothe (Others TBA).
Manager – Mauricio Pochettino


Man Utd:
1. David De Gea, 2. Victor Lindelof, 3. Eric Bailly, 4. Phil Jones, 5. Marcos Rojo, 6. Paul Pogba, 8. Juan Mata, 9. Romelu Lukaku, 10. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 11. Anthony Martial, 12. Chris Smalling, 14. Jesse Lingard, 16. Michael Carrick, 17. Daley Blind, 18. Ashley Young, 19. Marcus Rashford, 20. Sergio Romero, 21. Ander Herrera, 22. Henrikh Mkhitaryan, 23. Luke Shaw, 25. Antonio Valencia, 27. Marouane Fellaini, 31. Nemanja Matic, 36. Matteo Darmian, 38. Axel Tuanzebe, 39. Scott McTominay, 40. Joel Castro Pereira.

Team News:
Spurs – Erik Lamela and Victor Wanyama remain unavailable. Harry Kane will miss out through injury

Man Utd – Bailly, Herrera, and Rashford are doubts. Carrick, Fellaini, Ibrahimovic, and Rojo are injured.

No Harry Kane!?:


Match Officials:

Referee – Jonathan Moss :mad:
Assisted by – Simon Bennett and Andy Halliday
4th Official – Stuart Attwell

Wonder what we’ve got to look forward to this time…..:

Maybe this (1.10).
Or this.
Or maybe even this.
:meh:

Weather Forecast:
Chance of rain, Temperature of 13c.

Score Predictor:

HT – Man Utd 0 Spurs 3
FT – Man Utd 5 Spurs 3
 
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glacierSpurs

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After sleeping through, I'm confident again for today. We still have Lloris, Verts, Aurier, Dier, Eriksen, Dele and Son. Manure injury list is handicapping them worse than us.

Huge match. COYS.
 

Danners9

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Good options with Son's pace and Llorente in the air. Hopefully Alli and Eriksen behind can play the right passes because so far, Llorente has hardly had any service.
 

Yakflange

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I wonder how many pages we can fill before kick off with "Kane is out, it's a disaster, we're going to get battered, etc."? I'm going for 20.
 

doctor stefan Freud

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Not going to watch this one. I'll record it and watch later; every time I watch us at Old Trafford, we don't win. Usually when I get live updates from the Spurs website we do alright so that's how I'll experience this match. You bastards owe me
 

Martin Ledang

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Not going to watch this one. I'll record it and watch later; every time I watch us at Old Trafford, we don't win. Usually when I get live updates from the Spurs website we do alright so that's how I'll experience this match. You bastards owe me
Yes, Spurs prosperity depends on you. I`ll actually recommand that you don`t get live updates either. It`s no good for the results, you know.. (y) Thank you for your sacrifice.
 

cider spurs

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Whilst i appreciate the role of a top flight referee is very demanding, IMO todays ref Johnathan Moss seems to get quite a few big decisions wrong, and or fails to take control of some games in the manner he should.

Thats not to say that these decisions will not fall in our favour, and by no means am i looking for excuses. But his appointment has somewhat added to my apprehension regarding this fixture.

I suppose time will tell if it is the man himself we are talking about come games end.
 

Gbspurs

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Personally I think we are going to batter them.

Mourinho has been playing tight in the hope of getting late goals, imo we will be out of sight by then.

Edit: 3-0 easy
 
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