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Preview: Tottenham v Man United

Manchester United will travel to North London again this weekend, this time to face Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League at White Hart Lane, the last ever competitive match at the stadium before it is demolished for development. Next season this fixture will be played on the hallowed turf of Wembley. Both United and Spurs have little to play for in the league at this stage; Spurs already finishing second to champions Chelsea, who clinched their fifth Premier League title on Friday evening with a 1-0 victory over West Bromwich Albion, their sixth league title in total. United have nothing to play for either sitting in sixth place, out of the Champions League places and in with a tough chance at breaking through into the top four, with Jose Mourinho stating it was impossible with three matches left to play this season. Mourinho playing youth may just be the best thing that could happen in the league, resting the players for their UEFA Europa League final against Ajax i…