Man U-Tottenham face off in a high-voltage match

Man U-Tottenham face off in a high-voltage match

Man U-Tottenham face off in a high-voltage match. Manchester United and Tottenham are facing each other on Thursday (April 27) in a high-voltage match in the English Premier League. Both teams need to win to keep their Champions League hopes alive for next season. The match will start at 1:30 pm Bangladesh time.

Both teams must win a match. Because the goal is the same. No one is in the running for the title, but must be in the top four. Otherwise, the Champions League train will be missed.

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Manchester United’s form is not that great either. The Red Devils are a bit tired in all the tournaments after losing a few matches in a row. Although they beat Brighton in the semis of the FA Cup in the last match. But even that had to go to a tiebreaker. But Eric ten Haag is not thinking about these things anymore. He only cares about the league points table.

In the pre-match press conference, Man United coach Eric Ten Haag said, ‘The way Tottenham lost the last match was an accident. If you judge them by that match, you will be wrong. We see them with the same eyes. The form of the boys is not going very well. But hopefully we will keep the consistency of the last match. We have special plans for Cain, but I won’t say that here. With a football player like him, the match is always tough.’

Tottenham, however, have a different problem. They don’t even dare to utter the word confidence after conceding half a dozen goals to Newcastle in the last match. The coach has been fired and new people have arrived, but interim coach Mason is struggling to get the team back on track.

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However, the new boss does not want to hinder the forward movement by remembering the old one. His clear message is to shake off the past and come home.

Tottenham Hotspur coach Ryan Mason said, ‘I know you all want to talk about the Newcastle game. But I have no interest in it. I want to look ahead. There is still a lot of season left. Our target is to finish in the top four. If I think about what happened behind, I can’t move forward. Manchester United are very strong opponents. But they are not in a very good rhythm either, which is probably positive for me.’

Manchester United is well ahead in the face-to-face battle. The Red Devils have won 90 matches out of 169 matches. Spurs won 39. And 40 matches have been drawn.