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Man Utd 2 v 0 Tottenham Saturday, 30 October 5:30

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    Venue: Old Trafford
    Date: Saturday, 30 October
    Kick-off: 6:30 

    TEAM NEWS
    Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that striker Wayne Rooney could be out for more than three weeks with his ankle injury. Fellow striker Michael Owen is set to be out for four to five weeks with a hamstring problem. Tottenham midfielder Tom Huddlestone has failed to recover from an ankle injury. Harry Redknapp says he may opt to put Gareth Bale on the bench with Tuesday's match against Inter Milan in mind. Manchester United Doubtful: Evans (hip) Injured: Giggs & Owen (both hamstring), Hargreaves (calf), Rooney & Valencia (both ankle) Tottenham Injured: Dawson (knee & ankle), Defoe & Huddlestone (both ankle), Corluka, King & Woodgate (all groin), O'Hara (back)

    MATCH PREVIEW
    Unbeaten but five points behind leaders Chelsea, Manchester United have already drawn more games this season than they did in the whole of the last campaign. A 2-2 draw against West Brom in United's last league game at Old Trafford was particularly damaging, given that the hosts had been 2-0 up. United's hopes of a record 19th league title were dented there and then. It was the sort of result to give Tottenham hope that they can end their long barren run at Old Trafford. You have to go back to 1989 to find the last time Spurs won there, just five months after Gareth Bale was born. Bale has been in sensational form of late, although Everton's Phil Neville did a good job keeping him quiet in the 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane last week. Phil's brother Gary - who could make his 400th Premier League appearance on Saturday - will have taken note.

    MATCH FACTS
    Head-to-head
    • Tottenham have failed to win any of their last 25 meetings with Manchester United in all competitions.
    • It's 21 years since Spurs last won at Old Trafford - a 1-0 victory in December 1989 courtesy of a Gary Lineker goal. Manchester United
    • Manchester United are the only unbeaten team in the Premier League but have drawn more games (5) than they have won (4).
    • Nani has seven assists in the league this season, more than any other player.
    • Goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar celebrates his 40th birthday on Friday. Tottenham
    • It's 67 games since Tottenham last won away to one of the Premier League's 'big four' of Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool. • Spurs have failed to keep a clean sheet in the league since the opening day of the season. • Despite the lack of clean sheets, Spurs have conceded only one second-half goal.

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    Re: Man Utd v Tottenham Saturday, 30 October 6:30

    Man u go win be ball that one na sure
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    Re: Man Utd v Tottenham Saturday, 30 October 6:30

    We shall see.

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