FT: Manchester United 1 Tottenham 2

FULL-TIME: It's all over and it ends Man Utd 1 Tottenham 2 - Another famous win for Tottenham at Old Trafford.

Lloris is off his line to head the ball away from danger.

Lloris gets his hands on the ball to take the pressure off the Spurs defence.

United win a free-kick wide on the left for Rose's push on Januzaj, but Spurs clear their lines.

We are into two of the additional five minutes.

Rooney sends over a cross from the right and Vidic gets on the end of it, but he can't direct his header on target.

Another change for United as Lennon clears the ball away from just off his goalline.

From the corner Vidic gets his head on it and powers in an effort which is cleared by Lloris.

Good save from Lloris to turn around Rooney's curling shot from the edge of the box.

Januzaj was booked following that apparent dive a couple of minutes ago.

Evra is caught offside as he tries to get in down the left.

Januzaj goes down on the edge of the box, but again Webb ignores the appeals of the home side much to the annoyance of the home fans.

Young beats Lloris to a long ball into the box and the keeper appears to clean out the winger, but Webb does not give anything and Spurs clear the danger.

Final change of the game from United as Ashley Young replaces Cleverley.

Great run from Lennon as he beats a couple of challenges and fires in a shot which is straight at De Gea.

Good block from Valencia just when it looked like it was opening up for Dembele.

Poor from Evans as he tries to start an attack, but slices his pass straight out of play.

Dembele is booked for a late tackle on Cleverley.

United go so close to equalising as Januzaj gets in down the left and fires over a cross to Hernandez who sees his effort saved by the legs of Lloris.

Great defending from Chiriches to snuff out Kagawa inside the box. The resulting corner from Rooney is cleared by Walker.

Spurs make their final change of the game as Harry Kane replaces Soldado.

Hernandez tries to play a one-two with Welbeck on the edge of the box, but the Mexican's final touch is too heavy and runs out of play.

Januzaj fizzes over a cross from the right which Lloris comes out and collects at full-stretch to take the pressure off his defence.

The home side are on top now as they go in search of an equaliser.

Januzaj has a sight of goal and he tries to curl his effort into the bottom corner and he is unlucky to see his effort fly wide of the far post.

Scare for Lloris as he flaps at a cross from Rooney, but does just enough to clear the danger.

Adebayor is stretchered off and replaced by Chadli.

Another blow for Tottenham as Adebayor is down and looks like he will be forced off through injury.

Januzaj splits the Spurs defence to send Welbeck in and he coolly lifts the ball over the onrushing Lloris.

GOAL: Man Utd 1 Tottenham 2 Game on

Spurs double their lead as Eriksen gets on the end of Lennon's cross to head home from inside the six-yard box after catching Valencia sleeping at the far post.

GOAL: Man Utd 0 Tottenham 2

Spurs make their first change of the game as Nabil Bentaleb replaces Capoue.

Poor from Januzaj as he crosses straight into the hands of Lloris with players waiting in the box for the delivery.

Valencia has dropped into the right-back spot in place of Smalling.

Double change from United as Kagawa replaces Smalling and Hernandez comes on for Carrick.

Lloris comes off his line to gather a deep cross into the box.

No booking for Welbeck despite the dive inside the box.

Welbeck goes down in the box under pressure from Chiriches, but referee Webb ignores the home side's appeals and it is a good call as it was a dive from Welbeck.

Lloris is quickly off his line to clear the danger ahead of Welbeck.

United to make the first change of the game as Kagawa prepares to come on.

Good tackle from Cleverley just as Dembele looked like he was going to get a shot away.

Good covering from Chiriches to stop Valencia getting onto Rooney's pass.

Chance for Welbeck as Carrick finds him inside the box with a fine pass, but he fails to get enough purchase on his effort and it is easily saved by Lloris.

Good defensive work from Lennon to block Evra's cross.

Walker clears the danger from the corner.

United win the first corner of the second half.

Adebayor goes down under a challenge from Evans, but Webb ignores the Spurs man's appeals.

RESTART: Manchester United get the second half underway with no changes from either side.

Chris Green remains confident that Manchester United can come back to win the game.

What changes should either manager make at the interval.

Referee Howard Webb brings the first half to a close with Tottenham going in at the break 1-0 up thanks to Adebayor's header.

The corner has been cleared and there will be two minutes of added time at the end of the opening 45 minutes.

Rooney heads Eriksen's corner away for another corner on the other side of the pitch which Eriksen will again take.

Smalling gifts Tottenham a corner as he chests the ball behind under no pressure at all.

Welbeck goes for the spectacular with an overhead kick from the edge of the box, but he fails to connect properly and the ball goes well wide.

Smalling is adjudged to have handled the ball as Spurs win a free-kick midway inside their own half.

Rooney is the first player to be booked for pulling back Dembele.

Great battling from Rooney to win another corner for the home side, but again Spurs manage to clear their lines.

United win anothger corner, but Rose is on hand to clear the ball.

What a chance for Tottenham to double their lead. Lennon gets in down the right and crosses over for Soldado who on the slide shins his effort wide of the target with the goal at his mercy. Massive chance gone begging for Spurs.

Dawson takes a heavy one from Januzaj as both players challenge for a ball in the air and Spurs win a free-kick.

United win another corner, but Chiriches manages to clear the danger.

United try to respond as they win a corner. Rooney's corner is cleared by Dembele.

Adebayor heads home into the far corner from Eriksen's cross as he rises above Smalling to give Spurs the lead.

GOAL: Man Utd 0 Tottenham 1

Welbeck is caught on the halfway line by Capoue, but Webb plays the advantage. Capoue could be in trouble when the ball next goes out of play.

The ball drops to Adebayor on the edge of the box and he flashes in a half volley which goes over the crossbar.

Januzaj tries an ambtious volleyed pass from Evra's pass, but he slices his effort out of play.

Good defending from Chiriches to steal the ball off the toes of Januzaj inside the box.

Spurs are beginning to settle now and get a foothold of the game.

Dangerous cross from Valencia is cleared by Dawson at full stretch.

Soldado handles the ball inside the United penalty area, but referee Webb fails to give anything and United clear the danger.

Poor pass from Welbeck as Dawson intercepts his intended pass to Evra.

From the corner Vidic rises highest to Januzaj's cross, but is unable to direct his header on target.

Lloris flaps at a cross from Januzaj, but Spurs manage to clear the danger. Valencia then gets down the right and sees his cross put behind for a corner by Dawson.

Good defending from Chiriches to snuff out Valencia's cross.

United win a corner and Adebayor gets up to clear Rooney's cross.

Great touch from Januzaj, but his pass towards Welbeck is just far in front of the striker and the ball runs through to Lloris.

Good block from Rose to keep out Valencia's shot from the right.

Quick break from Spurs ends with Danny Rose letting fly from the edge of the box, but his shot is high and not very handsome.

Big chance for Spurs as Soldado slips in Lennon with a superb pass, but Lennon sees his shot saved by the legs of De Gea. Best opening of the game so far.

Rooney dropping deep at every opportunity to get involved in the game.

Januzaj tries his luck from long range, but his tame effort is easily blocked by Dawson.

The early stats show Man Utd are dominating possession with 63% of the ball.

Ten minutes gone and it remains 0-0 but the home side are on top as Spurs have struggled to get into the game so far.

Rooney takes the free-kick, but his effort is too high and flies over the crossbar.

United win a free-kick on the edge of the box as Eriksen fells Evans. Shooting range here for Rooney.

Spurs lost 17 of their 21 visits to Old Trafford in the Premier League and it is the home side who have made the better start for so far.

Worry for Spurs as Dawson is receiving treatment for a leg problem, but it looks like the Spurs skipper will try and shake off the injury.

From the corner Spurs clear the danger before Smalling is caught offside from Januzaj's cross.

United go close to scoring as Valencia slips in Smalling and he fires in a shot which squirms under Lloris and behind for a corner.

Lloris just does enough to stop Welbeck as he races clear onto Valencia's long pass.

Chance for Cleverley to put Welbeck in on goal, but his pass is just behind him and runs through to Lloris.

Good hold up play from Adebayor as he wins a free-kick off Vidic.

Lloris is quickly off his line to stop Welbeck getting onto a ball on the edge of the box.

KICK-OFF: Spurs get the game underway at Old Trafford.

The man in the middle for today's game is Howard Webb.

Here we go then the two sides enter the arena.

The two teams are in the tunnel as we approach kick-off

Helder Damba believes Manchester United can get themselves firmly back into the title race, but says who will win it is too close to call.

Jack Solomon on Twitter is confidently predicting a 4-1 for Manchester United. We will see as kick-off is just over ten minutes away.

Stuart from Folkestone knows this will be a real test for Spurs and Tim Sherwood but can see them coming away with a 1-0 victory.

Oliver Bentley on Twitter is tipping a 3-1 win for Manchester United with Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck on the mark.

Tommy Dobson, via Twitter is going for Manchester United to win 2-1 and come from behind to take all three points.

Are Manchester United ready to make an assault on the title after winning their last six games in all competitions?

Do you Spurs fans think you can finish in the top four under Tim Sherwood?

Chris Green from Huddersfield believes this will be a tough test for Manchester United, but still expects them to prevail 3-2.

Manchester United fan Richard Braich on Twitter says it will be a 3-1 win to the home side with Rooney scoring two and Januzaj the other.

Adam Powers via Twitter is also expecting a goalfest and is plumping for a 3-2 win to Manchester United.

Spurs James on Twitter is expecting goals in the game and is going for a 3-2 win to Tottenham.

Ian Matthews on Twitter is happy to see Wayne Rooney back and is predicting a 3-1 win for Man Utd.

Harrison Myatt via Twitter is going for a 2-1 win to Spurs

Andy Pepper is also going for a 2-1 win for the home side with Wayne Rooney grabbing both goals.

Riza Ferati is going for a 2-1 win to Manchester United. What are your predictions for the scoreline? Who will be the key men for both sides?

Spurs subs: Friedel, Fryers, Naughton, Bentaleb, Chadli, Lamela, Kane

Man Utd subs: Lindegaard, B├╝ttner, Ferdinand, Fletcher, Kagawa, Young, Hernandez.

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Spurs starting XI: Lloris; Walker, Chiriches, Dawson, Rose; Lennon, Capoue, Dembele, Eriksen; Adebayor, Soldado.

Man United starting XI : De Gea; Smalling, Evans, Vidic, Evra; Valencia, Carrick, Cleverley, Januzaj; Rooney, Welbeck.

The team news is in and Wayne Rooney starts for Manchester United.

Whilst we wait for the team news, why no visit our friends at SkyBet for a little flutter. Man Utd 4/5 Draw 14/5 Tottenham 7/2

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