United v Spurs: Your essential guide
Manchester United will face Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford during the 2019/20 Premier League season, on the provisional date of Tuesday 3 December.
HOW CAN I FOLLOW THE GAME?
MUTV subscribers will be able to watch live dedicated build-up to the game in the Match Day show, followed by live radio commentary. You can also follow our coverage on ManUtd.com and the Official App, where you can track live data and player statistics in the Match Centre.
WHICH TV CHANNEL IS IT ON IN THE UK?
Amazon has secured the rights to stream two rounds of Premier League matches this season, which includes the games held between 3-5 December. That means our clash with Spurs in M16 will be broadcast via the company's Prime service. As always, the match will be shown in full on MUTV from the following day.
HOW DO I BUY TICKETS?
For the latest information on tickets, visit ManUtd.com/tickets. You can guarantee your seat to any game for the 2019/20 season with a Matchday VIP Experience, which includes fantastic food and drink plus match-day entertainment. Register your interest today.
WHAT'S OUR RECORD LIKE AGAINST TOTTENHAM?
Tottenham have been welcome guests at Old Trafford during the Premier League era: impressively, we've lost just three of our 27 home fixtures against the north London outfit. Our first home league meeting against Spurs came in the final match at our old Bank Street ground back in January 1910 (a 5-0 United win) and, in total, we've played the Lilywhites on 191 occasions. Of those, we've won 90, drawn 49 and lost 52. Our last league win over Mauricio Pochettino's side came in January of this year, when Marcus Rashford's cool finish at Wembley Stadium – plus some David De Gea heroics – sealed a sixth consecutive win for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Reds.
HOW DID THEY GET ON LAST SEASON?
Although it was another campaign that yielded no trophies for Tottenham, Mauricio Pochettino's side showed huge signs of promise, which indicated that a long-awaited piece of silverware may not be too far away. Star striker Harry Kane remained lethal in front of goal – bagging 19 times despite an injury-hit season – to spearhead the Lilywhites' charge across all competitions, and there was notable help in Europe from the electric Son Heung-min.
The north London club looked destined to be heading out of European football's elite club competition during the group phase, but luck with results elsewhere granted them the opportunity to snare a spot in the knockout stages. Once there, they overcame Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City and Ajax to reach the showpiece final in Madrid, where they lost 2-0 to Liverpool.
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