please log in to view this image Sunday 15th March 4.30pm Premier League Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Another loss and another poor performance saw the end of any chance of silverware for another season. All we have to play for now is European football qualification and that's looking increasingly unlikely. Our next opponents are one of the main competitors for those places, so this result could be very important. Utd's form has improved dramatically since their January signings and it's going to be a tough one. Can Mourinho finally get one over on one of his old clubs or will the depressing form continue? Solskjaer's first full season at the helm at Old Trafford has been rather erratic. They've gradually dragged themselves up the table from their early season nadir of 14th place, though. Europa and FA Cup progress has also been secured and their loss to City in the League Cup is acceptable. The introduction of Ighalo and Fernandes in January has also boosted their chances. They're unbeaten in the last five league games and are looking up the table in the run-in. This fixture at Wembley last season saw a goalkeeping masterclass from David De Gea make the difference. Both sides had a few chances in the first half, as Kane had one chalked off for offside early on. Rashford put the visitors ahead just before the break and it lead to a second half seige of Utd's goal. Good chances came and went, but the Spanish keeper could not be beaten, saving repeatedly. Kane failed to take a number himself and the solitary goal was enough to take the points: The visit to Old Trafford earlier in this campaign was a far worse performance with a similar result. Gazzaniga let a soft, near-post effort by Rashford beat him early on and it set the tone for the game. The home side rarely looked troubled in a poor first half, until Alli conjured an equaliser from nowhere. A Sissoko brainfart just after the break gave Rashford a chance to regain the lead from the penalty spot. He happily gobbled it up and we rarely looked like levelling things up again after that: Kane, Son and Bergwijn are all still out for this one, while Sissoko, Sanchez and Davies may be available. Grant and Rashford are out for the visitors, while Pogba, Martial and Fosu-Mensah are serious doubts. Neither side has any suspensions. Lineups for each side's last league game: Spurs: Lloris; Sanchez, Alderweireld, Dier; Tanganga, Ndombele, Skipp, Vertonghen; Lamela, Bergwijn; Alli. Subs: Gazzaniga, Aurier, Winks, Fernandes, Lo Celso, Sessegnon, Moura. League form: WWWLLD. Man Utd: De Gea; Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw; Wan-Bissaka, Fred, Matic, Williams; Fernandes; Martial, James. Subs: Romero, Tuanzebe, Bailly, McTominay, Mata, Greenwood, Ighalo. League form: LWWDW. Ref: Michael ****ing Oliver. VAR: Paul Tierney. TV: Sky Sports. How would you like to line up for this one and what would you change from the Leipzig game? Would you stick with much of the same lineup, make a few changes or go for a wholesale switch? Which system and tactics would you use and what are you expecting United to go with?