Spurs have lost their last two EPL matches against Man. United, last losing three in a row back in October 2010 (four in a row).
Man. United are looking to record consecutive away EPL wins against Spurs for the first time since a run of six in a row between September 2001 and February 2007.
Tottenham have never won a competitive match in June, drawing 1-1 with Barnsley in the second tier in 1947, losing 0-2 against Luzern in the 1995 Intertoto Cup, and losing last season’s Champions League final against Liverpool.
Man. United’s only previous competitive matches in June came in the 1965 Fairs Cup semi-final, with the Red Devils losing both legs against Ferencvaros.
Tottenham lost their last home league match, 2-3 against Wolves. The last time they lost back-to-back home league matches was in January 2019, with those defeats coming against Wolves and Man. United.
Man. United are unbeaten in five EPL matches, winning three and drawing two. The Red Devils have kept four clean sheets in that run, as many as they had in their previous 35 EPL matches.
No side has kept fewer clean sheets in the EPL than Tottenham this season (4). The last time they’d kept as few clean sheets after 29 EPL matches was in 2006-07 (also 4), when they also conceded in their 30th match that term.
Tottenham are averaging just 12.1 shots per match in the EPL this season, their lowest on record across a single campaign in the competition (since 1997-98). However, their shot conversion rate is 13.4%, their highest on record in a single campaign (also since 1997-98).
This will be Man. United’s first ever EPL visit to the Spurs Stadium. The Red Devils have won at every London ground in which they’ve played in the EPL, one of just four clubs to have done so (along with Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham).
As Tottenham manager, Jose Mourinho has lost all three of his league matches against sides he’s formerly managed (1 v Man Utd, 2 v Chelsea). In his previous 16 league matches against his former clubs in Portugal and England, he only lost twice (W9 D5).
Since his EPL debut, Bruno Fernandes has been involved in more goals in the competition than any other Man. United player (2 goals, 3 assists), while he’s also created the most chances (11) and had the most shots (19) of any player at the club.
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