Date: 8th April 2016 at 4:57pm
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The trip to White Hart Lane, this Sunday, could be a defining moment if Manchester United are to achieve a top-four finish this season.

Ahead of the game we`ve delved into the record and form books to bring you a plethora of facts and figures we hope you will enjoy.

? The last time Manchester United lost in a Premier League game at White Hart Lane was way back in May 2001 when we were beaten 3-1 by Spurs.

? Manchester United haven`t lost in their last fourteen league visits to White Hart Lane, winning eight and drawing six.

? In the three games Manchester United have played against Spurs under the managerial acumen of Mauricio Pochettino, Spurs have failed to score.

? It is a massive 296 minutes since a Spurs side managed by Mauricio Pochettino, scored against Manchester United.

? In six Premier League matches Pochettino has faced Manchester United as the manager of the opposition he has yet to win one, losing three and drawing three.

? The last three fixtures played between the two sides at White Hart Lane have finished as draws.

? Although Spurs insist they are in the title race, their recent form doesn`t support that, the North London side have won only two of their last five games, drawing two and losing one.

? Tottenham remain in good form at home, winning four of their last five league games at their White Hart Lane stadium.

? When it comes to goals conceded, Spurs have the meanest defence in the Premier League conceding just twenty-five, the lowest in the league, Manchester United have conceded the second lowest, just twenty-seven.

? If Manchester United are winning don`t take it for granted that they`ll win, Spurs have rescued nineteen points from losing positions, the most of any Premier League side.

? Manchester United go to White Hart Lane in good form, having won four out of their last five games.

? The last three Manchester United victories have been by a 1-0 score-line, the same again this Sunday would be most welcome.

? When it comes to keeping clean-sheets, Manchester United lead the way in the Premier League this season with fifteen.

? Away from home though Manchester United`s form isn`t so hot, the last nine away games have seen two wins, three draws and four losses.

? When it comes to fixtures against fellow top-six sides Manchester United are unbeaten, winning three and drawing three.

? Anthony Martial remains our form striker scoring three goals in his last four appearances.