please log in to view this image Sunday 11th April 4.30pm Premier League Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Newcastle was another poor performance and result, coming off the back of the international break. We've had a week to prepare for this one, while Utd have played in Europe, so there can be no excuses. We need a win to maintain pace with those around us, but a good performance is arguably more important. We've definitely struggled to produce any of those against decent teams in recent months. Can Mourinho do the double over his old club or will Ole return to the wheel? Last season was Solskjaer's first full campaign as the manager of Man Utd. Big things were expected of the squad, after his immediate impact replacing Jose Mourinho. A mixed first half resulted in the signing of Bruno Fernandes in January, who turned things around for them. They went unbeaten in the league from the 1st of February and made up 14 points on Leicester to finish 3rd. The cups were a little different though, as they went out in the semi-finals of all three competitions. This season has been an improvement so far, but the supporters still don't seem sold on the manager. That may be down to the distance between them and City, despite their comfortable position in 2nd place. They've only lost four league games and went out of the domestic cups to decent opposition. Perhaps losing to Leicester and City adds to the frustration of the fans? Dropping out of the Champions League and into the Europa probably hasn't helped, but they're still in that. The match at our place last season was a frustrating one, as Man Utd weren't great, but they nicked a point. Bergwijn gave us the lead with a great run and a shot that De Gea probably should've kept out. The keeper followed up his mistake with a great save from Son though, to keep them in it. The low block seemed to have nullified their threat until Pogba dived to steal another penalty. Jon Moss didn't feel that this was enough and tried to give one more, but VAR overruled it this time: The game at Old Trafford started the way that the other game had ended, with another penalty for Utd. It was largely one-way traffic after that though, as the score was reversed after only 7 minutes. Ndombele equalised quickly, then Son put his first away from a quick Kane free-kick. Martial slapped Lamela and was correctly dismissed, despite Gary Neville's subsequent bullshit. Kane and Son added a 3rd and 4th before the break, Aurier grabbed a 5th after it and the 6th came from the spot: No injury news yet, but it appears that Davies and Doherty are still out. Bailly, Jones and Martial are out for the visitors. Neither side has any suspensions. Lineups for each side's last league game: Spurs: Lloris; Tanganga, Rodon, Sanchez, Reguilon; Lo Celso, Hojbjerg, Ndombele, Moura; Vinicius, Kane. Subs: Hart, Dier, Winks, Sissoko, Bale, Lamela, Alli, Son, Scarlett. League form: WWWLWD. Man Utd: Henderson; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw; Fred, Pogba; Greenwood, Fernandes, Rashford; Cavani. Subs: Grant, De Gea, Tuanzebe, Williams, Matic, van de Beek, McTominay, James, Diallo. League form: WDDWWW. Ref: Chris Kavanagh. VAR: Craig Pawson. TV: Sky Sports. How would you like to line up for this one and what would you change from the Newcastle game? Would you stick with much of the same lineup, make a few changes or go for a wholesale switch? Which system and tactics would you use and what are you expecting Man Utd to go with?