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Manchester United’s second home game of the season is just days away, and what a prospect it is, as Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur arrive in town to take on the Reds.

Matchday won’t be the same without a capacity crowd at Old Trafford for one of English football’s greatest fixtures, of course. But fans can still savour the occasion by pre-ordering a print edition of the latest United Review to enjoy at home.

Our second edition of the 2020/21 season, for our game against Spurs, contains an exclusive interview with Serbian midfield general Nemanja Matic, who returned to the Reds' starting XI against Luton and Brighton to such good effect.

The 32-year-old explains what new signing Donny van de Beek will bring – on and off the pitch – and discusses the challenges of facing a side managed by Mourinho. And, despite United's challenging opening to the season, Matic tells us why he still believes our talented squad can challenge for the biggest honours.

Nemanja Matic smiles during a training session
Order Sunday's programme now to read our full interview with Nemanja Matic.
There’s in-depth analysis of the whole Spurs squad, including player profiles and a wealth of statistical insights, and also you’ll be able to read Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s exclusive manager’s column ahead of our biggest test of 2020/21 so far. There’s also a passionate column from much-loved United legend Paddy Crerand, too, plus a deep dive into the club’s landmark achievement of surpassing 10,000 goals in all competitions – a milestone reached thanks to Marcus Rashford’s sublime effort in the league win over Brighton.
 
And there’s plenty more where that came from. Want to know which other Reds have scored on their debuts, after van de Beek’s immediate impact against Palace? Fancy reliving our incredible 5-3 comeback against Spurs in 2001? Want to know more about how Solskjaer brought up his half-century of wins as our manager? It’s all here, in the latest packed edition of United Review.

We're really missing the Red Army getting behind us in person, but this longstanding and essential element of the matchday experience is still going strong, keeping you up to speed with events at Old Trafford for just £3.50 + postage and packing.

So don't delay, order Sunday's programme today, or subscribe for the season, and keep the red flag flying high!

Subscriptions and single issues of United Review are available now from manutd.com/programme.

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