Tottenham v Manchester United live stream, Sky Sports, Saturday 30 October, 5.30pm
Two under-fire managers will be looking to bolster their positions when Tottenham host Manchester United on Sunday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly been given three games to save his job after the debacle that was last Sunday’s 5-0 defeat by Liverpool. The United hierarchy must have given serious consideration to relieving the Norwegian of his duties, but Solskjaer lives to fight another day and will hope to oversee a morale-boosting win in north London.
It is, however, increasingly difficult to envisage the former Molde manager remaining at Old Trafford for much longer. Reports suggest that certain players have lost faith in Solskjaer, and the board has no doubt begun to look at alternatives should a vacancy appear in the coming weeks. Even a win this weekend might only prolong the inevitable.
The situation is not quite as gloomy for Nuno Espirito Santo, but it is fair to say he has not yet won over a large section of the Spurs fan base. Last weekend’s meek 1-0 loss to West Ham was the fourth time Tottenham have been beaten in the Premier League this term, and the fact they did not manage a single shot on goal in the second half at the London Stadium is particularly damning.
Tottenham will have to make do without Bryan Gil, who has a hamstring strain, and Ryan Sessegnon. Giovani Lo Celso played against Burnley in midweek and will hope to keep his place in the starting XI, but the likes of Steven Bergwijn, Ben Davies and Davinson Sanchez will probably drop out.
Manchester United will be without Paul Pogba, who will begin his three-match suspension after his red card last time out. Raphael Varane is not yet ready to return so Victor Lindelof will continue alongside the out-of-form Harry Maguire, but Anthony Martial could be back in the matchday squad.
Kick-off is at 5.30pm BST on Saturday 30 October, and UK viewers can watch live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event. See below for international broadcast options.
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