Tottenham Hotspur will play their last ever Premier League game at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
They will of course want a win against Manchester United before they decamp to Wembley temporarily.
And with José Mourinho’s side having more than an eye on the Europa League, they will surely be favourites.
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But Spurs have only won once in their last 15 home Premier League games against United – last season’s 3-0 victory.
Spurs could stick with four at the back, but they also have the potential to switch it up to three at the back with two flying wing-backs.