Caretaker manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has had the perfect start in charge of Manchester United. However, that may well come to a juddering halt at Wembley Stadium next Sunday afternoon. Five wins in five games is the Norwegian’s record to date, but those five wins have all come against teams from the lower half of the premiership table and Reading in the FA Cup, who are rooted at the bottom of the Championship league table.
United are certainly playing a more attacking style of football since the departure of Jose Mourinho but their defense is still open to criticism. Paul Pogba is displaying some of the form he showed in the World Cup with France, and looks certain to start, as does Marcus Rashford up front. Solskjaer may also be tempted to play two strikers because attack seems to be his best way of keeping free-scoring Spurs at bay.
On a good day, Tottenham Hotspur are more than a match for any other side. Whilst the first team may be overly reliant on striker Harry Kane for goals, there are a number of top quality players like Christian Eriksen,and Son Heung-min, that are in outstanding form. United may have won four Premier League games in a row but remain ten points behind Spurs. Both teams are at their best going forward, and there is bound to be goals in this Wembley encounter. On paper, home advantage, and Kane and Son, should be enough to brush aside United’s challenge despite the Red Devil’s recent revival.
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After losing 2-1 to Manchester City in their last league outing, Liverpool’s lead at the top of the table is down to just four points. The loss at City’s Etihad Stadium was Liverpool’s first league defeat of the season, and a fairly excusable one as the Reds pushed City all the way. Last Monday’s FA Cup defeat at Wolves saw manager Jurgen Klopp make a surprising nine changes to his team. In all probability, the game at the Amex Stadium on Saturday will see a return for Salah, Firmino, and Mane leading the attack with Virgil van Dijk, Andy Robertson, Trent Alexander-Arnold and possibly Joe Gomez back to bolster the defence. Brighton are at home, and with no injury problems, won’t go down without a fight. An away win for Liverpool looks the most likely outcome, although it may be closer than odds of just 2/7 suggest.
Following a vital 2-1 home victory over Liverpool, Manchester City move to within four points of their Merseyside title rivals, and must now apply the pressure by overcoming Wolverhampton Wanderers on Monday night at the Etihad Stadium, which won’t be easy with forward Raul Jiminez on loan from Benfica and midfielder Joao Moutinho in form at the moment. A resurgent Wolves are going to be difficult to beat, and it’s entirely possible that City will go into this game seven points behind Liverpool, and a win over Brighton for Liverpool on Saturday will dampen City’s title hopes. The 2-1 defeat of Liverpool was swiftly followed by a 7-0 slaughter of Rotherham United in the FA Cup with Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Jesus, and Leroy Sane among the goal scorers. These three players will be key in the coming months but it is perhaps the return of the injured Kevin De Bruyne that will prove the most decisive for City.
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