Solskjaer explains the starting XI v Spurs
In our exclusive interview, Ole discusses Scott McTominay's return and explains why Anthony Martial is missing...
Scott is back and Anthony is out. What can you tell us? "Scotty has been working really hard to be fit. He just couldn't make the Ville game, so we are happy to have him back here. He is important for us, a leader, a physical presence in the middle there, so it is great to have him back. Anthony, he got a slight injury on Sunday, so he will be out for a little while." A first Premier League start for Mason Greenwood as well, so it's a really big night for him... "Yeah, but - you know what we do - that is he has been hoping for, waiting for and working hard for. He has taken his chances in the Europa League and in the Carabao Cup, when he has played really well. I am sure he is ready. I can see him creating chances and giving them trouble. Hopefully he will get his goal because he is a goalscorer." Both teams are capable of scoring goals - what sort of match are you expecting? Well, you are right, we have scored loads of goals, but we don't really want to think about anything but scoring here at home. We have to have a go at them. Of course, they are in a good vein of form and they have scored goals, but they have conceded as well. I don't think it will be as open as the Villa one, which was end to end all of the time. Sometimes as a coach you tear your hear off with that type of game, but for the spectators it must have been enjoyable. Hopefully, our supporters will enjoy this one."