Tottenham will be looking to claw back three vital points against Manchester United as the race for European football heats up at the summit of the Premier League.

In many ways, the mid-season break arrived at the perfect time for Spurs, who had been set to be without the likes of Harry Kane, Heung-min Son and a handful of other first team regulars for the remainder of the campaign after being blighted by an injury crisis.

But with their strongest XI now nearing match fitness once again, manager Jose Mourinho will be rallying the troops for a late surge up the table, fixed on securing European football once again next season.

Mourinho's former team are equally desperate to ensure their spot in Europe next season however and, like Spurs, are expected to welcome back a number of key men following injury.

Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba are expected to feature for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's menas they look to consolidate their 5th-placed standing in the Premier League table.

Will Mourinho come back to haunt his former employers - or can the Red Devils begin their run-in with a bang? 

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