There are now less than three weeks until Tottenham Hotspur are back in Premier League action with an all-important game against Manchester United.
The game will likely have a major impact on both sides’ quest to qualify for the Champions League next season. United currently sit in fifth place, three places and five points above the Lilywhites.
The suspension of the Premier League has proven a blessing in disguise for Tottenham as far as injuries are concerned, with the likes of Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, Steven Bergwijn, and Moussa Sissoko all now fully fit.
Troy Parrott is the only player who is expected to be unavailable for the clash after undergoing surgery to remove his appendix.
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s side also had some big players out injured back in March including both Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford, but both are expected to be fit for the clash against Spurs (Sports Mole).
Diogo Dalot is the only one who is currently on the treatment table for United and considered a doubt for the game.
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With both teams essentially having a fully fit squad to work with, this looks set to be a cracking game. However, it will take a few games for players to get completely match fit and hit their stride. So, coming off such a long break, the fitness levels of both these sides will play a big role in the result.
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