Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faces the first big challenge of his reign as Manchester United manager as his side travel to Wembley to face Tottenham.
The Red Devils have won five on the bounce since the Norwegian took charge but are yet to face one their “big six” rivals.
With Spurs still very much in the title race, just six points off league leaders Liverpool at the start of the weekend, Mauricio Pochettino will be doing everything in his power to halt Solskjaer's bright start.
Kick-off: 4.30pm on Sunday 13 January at Wembley Stadium
How to watch: Live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event. Available to stream via the Sky Go app and Now TV
Referee: Mike Dean
Form: Spurs (WLWWW), Man Utd (WWWWW)
Odds: Spurs (11-10), Draw (27-10), Man Utd (13-5)
Eric Dier is still out for Spurs following appendicitis and Mousa Dembele has only just returned to training meaning Harry Winks is likely to be given a continued run at the base of midfield.
Jan Vertonghen is also back from his injury struggles and could push Toby Alderweireld and Davinson Sanchez for a starting berth at the back.
Son Heung-min is set to play his final game before flying off to the Asian Cup with South Korea.
Manchester United have concerns at the heart of defence with Eric Bailly still suspended and Chris Smalling a doubt with a foot injury.
i predicts: 2-1
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