It’s really difficult to say how Tottenham will fare against the other Manchester club this Sunday when Manchester United travel to White Hart Lane on Sunday.
Spurs will be hopeful of avoiding another embarrassing defeat from the hands of the defending champions.
As for United, they weren't so lucky last weekend as well in their 2-2 draw with Cardiff City. The Red Devils currently sit in sixth position while Tottenham are in ninth, however both teams are separated by just a point.
I personally feel that United will win this one, but as we know the Premier League is one of the most unpredictable leagues in the world and it might just work for Tottenham this Sunday.
United do have the edge over Tottenham. They have plenty of talent in their ranks and have some of the best strikers in the world; Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie, and Javier Hernandez.
Meanwhile, Tottenham's star striker Roberto Soldado has been struggling in the Premier League having just found the back of the net four times in twelve appearances for the Lilywhites this season. He will be looking to score against the Red Devil this Sunday.
United's keeper David De Gea, who has been excellent for them this season will also play a crucial part in this fixture. Though Tottenham have a better midfield than United, their new signings need more settle in and play their natural game.
Maybe a win here can boost Manchester United and put them right back in contention in the title race.
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