Premier League

Live coverage of Spurs v Manchester United

If Tottenham hold any hope of overhauling Chelsea in the title race, they need to win every remaining game. Today’s opponents, Manchester United (kick-off 4.30pm), are particularly tricky: at the time of writing they haven’t lost since 23 October (there have been countless draws), so Spurs will need something special.

If you have Harry Kane leading the line anything is possible, but United will be tough to break down… provided they have enough fit defenders left.