Both Man Utd and Spurs have a fine tradition in the FA Cup, with 20 victories between them (12 for United; eight for Spurs), and this semi-final (k-o 5.15pm) from Wembley promises to be a close-fought affair, featuring a battle between goal machines Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku.

Mauricio Pochettino has yet to win a trophy as Tottenham boss, and fans realise that silverware is vital to prevent Kane, Dele Alli, or even Pochettino himself, leaving for pastures new.