Finally, we will be watching the Reds back in action tomorrow against Jose Mourinho and co in their very new stadium, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. United is 5th on the table at the moment with 09 games to be played.
The season was put on hold since the end of March due to the spread of Corona Virus pandemic but after a lot of thought and arrangements the Premier League officials have decided to restart the league without the spectators.
The Reds were in a good form pre lockdown with 11 games unbeaten run after signing Bruno Fernandez and Ighalo who gave United a much-needed winning streak.
On the other hand, Spurs had a poor run of form, they were winless in their last six games before the halt and were eliminated from the Champions League after losing to 3-0 to RB Leipzig.
The last time United played Spurs the result was in our favour, Marcus Rashford gave us an early lead only to see it equalized before half time when Dele Ali scored at 39′. But Rashford wasn’t going home empty-handed, he fired in the when a penalty was awarded to the reds.