With the noisy neighbours, Manchester City who are seated fourth on the Premier league table just one point above Manchester United, the Red Devils still have good chance of beating city to the fourth position and qualify for the Champions league next season. To do this, United have to win all of their remaining points and hope City draw at least one of theirs.

This is a match that could make or mar both club’s season. It is a fixture that has always been a classic and this weekend’s clash is unlikely to be different. Manchester United had won the reserve fixture 1-0 on the opening day of the 2015/2016 Premier league season and Tottenham who would know they can’t afford to lose further ground on Leicester City will be out to revenge.

Ahead of the match, Louis Van Gaal has confirmed Wayne Rooney will be missing in action for the Red devils. Also out of the clash is the likes of Bastian Schweinsteiger and Adnan Januzaj which could in effect force Louis Van Gaal to go with the same team that defeated Everton 1-0 last weekend.

Below is how we believe the old trafford outfit will line up against Tottenham this weekend;