The two rival teams will be going head to head at Wembley stadium in London, kicking off at 8pm.
The Red Devils last played Spurs in October, where they were much stronger in the second half, in which substitute Anthony Martial scored in the eighty-first minute. Pochettino has been focused on getting the club strong enough to come to Old Trafford and gain a victory, and although Spurs played with real precision, it wasn’t enough last time.
Tickets are on sale for their next match now, so if you want to be part of the action and watch the Premier League game unfold, click on the link below where you can find more information and buy tickets.
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