Lineup For Tottenham vs Man United: Live Score 19.08.2023

On this page for EPL Fixtures Today, you can follow the Starting Lineup For Tottenham vs Man United along with results updated in Live Match Score.

On this page for EPL Fixtures Today, you can follow the Starting Lineup For Tottenham vs Man United along with results updated in Live Match Score.

Info About the Match: Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United will begin at 16:30 UTC on August 19, 2023, in London at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Tottenham vs Man United Head-to-Head Matches

In their 41 previous meetings, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United have a rather strong head-to-head record, with Tottenham Hotspur taking 7 victories and Manchester United taking 25. Nine of the games were draws.

In head-to-head matches, Tottenham Hotspur scored 42 goals while Manchester United managed to score 69. Manchester United leads all head-to-head matches with 25 victories, while Tottenham Hotspur has only recorded 7 victories.

In recent matches between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United, Manchester United has a 4-0 advantage in the straight encounters.

Starting Lineups with Live score

You can compare the starting lineup for Tottenham vs Man United, as well as significant events and the live match score, below.



Tottenham Hotspur Injury News

The Spurs have certainly had their fair share of injury woes this season. But who’s likely to miss the forthcoming match against the Red Devils? We delve into the details below

Ryan Sessegnon has a thigh injury which required surgery. Expected return date: 21/10/2023.

Bryan Gil has a groin/hip/pelvic injury that needed surgical intervention. Expected return date: 21/10/2023.

Rodrigo Bentancur is recovering from knee injury. Expected return date: 16/09/2023.

Fraser Forster is dealing with a lower back injury. Expected return date: 26/08/2023.

Cristian Romero has a head/face injury. He has a 25% chance of playing today.

Alfie Malik Whiteman has an ankle/foot injury that required surgery. He is ruled out of today’s game.


Manchester United Injury News

United, on the other hand, have also been grappling with injury issues. So, which players are likely to sit out in the upcoming clash? Let’s take a closer look:

Rasmus Winther Hojlund has a Lower Back Injury. As of Aug 11, his condition is being evaluated. He is unavailable and his expected return is 03/09/2023.

Lisandro Martinez is dealing with an Ankle/Foot Injury. The update on Aug 14 indicates a minor problem with his ankle tendon. His recovery is being monitored, with a potential return on 19/08/2023. His probability of playing is 50%.

Tyrell Malacia is recovering from a Knee Injury. The latest update from Aug 11 reveals issues from last season persist. His return date is undecided and he is ruled out of upcoming matches.

Amad Diallo Traore is also suffering from a Knee Injury, ruled out since Aug 03. The update notes he’s ruled out of the first part of the 23/24 campaign. The estimated recovery date is pending.

Kobbie Mainoo has an Ankle/Foot Injury. On Jul 29, it was reported he’s expected to be out for the first part of 23/24. His condition is currently being assessed with no return date specified.

Finally, Thomas Heaton is out due to a Calf/Shin/Heel Injury. His condition is being evaluated and the return date is unknown.


Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United Peview

Reflecting on their recent performances, Tottenham Hotspur emerged victorious in 3 matches (against Leeds United, Home United, Shakhtar Donetsk) while experiencing a solitary defeat at the hands of West Ham United and drawing against Brentford in one encounter. They successfully netted 11 goals, while conceding 15 in the process (11-15).

On average, Tottenham Hotspur has a knack for finding the back of the net twice per match in the current league season. Discipline-wise, the squad has been shown 4 yellow cards and have yet to see a red one, committing an average of 13.00 fouls per match. The team’s average rating stands at 7.15 per match.

With an impressive average possession statistic of 68.00%, Tottenham Hotspur showcases their expertise in controlling the pace and flow of the game.

On the other hand, Manchester United steps onto the pitch with 2 victories in their last five outings (against Lens, Wolverhampton Wanderers), 2 defeats (from Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund) and a draw against Athletic Club. They’ve managed to score 5 goals while letting in 9 (5-9).

When playing away from home, Manchester United typically scores an average of 1 goal per match and has yet to concede. The team has been booked 2 times with yellow cards, but no red cards to date. The total foul count stands at 14. The team’s average match rating is 7.07 per game.

Manchester United also demonstrates an impressive command of the ball, maintaining an average possession of 51.00% throughout the season.


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