Ryan Giggs: Manchester United need the win more than Tottenham

Ryan Giggs: Manchester United need the win more than Tottenham

Ryan Giggs: Manchester United need the win more than Tottenham

The defender has scored one goal in six Premier League appearances for Manchester United so far this season.

Tottenham Hotspur's suffers a major setback ahead of their next match as their star forward Harry Kane is set to miss the Manchester United clash in the English Premier League (EPL) on Saturday due to a "minor injury", club coach Mauricio Pochettino confirmed on Friday.

Pochettino says "there is no sense in taking that risk and making the problem bigger".

Since then, they've won 56 of the 98 top flight matches in which the 24-year-old has appeared - or, in other words, 57.1 per cent. But they did succumb to a midweek 3-2 defeat at the hands of West Ham United in the cup tie. The onus is now on Jose Mourinho to get on the front foot early and make the most of this significant stroke of luck.

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And Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand believes Spurs have no chance of beating United without Kane.

"He's a talisman, he's not all Tottenham, they're not a one-man team".

Adding insult to injury, or injury to injury, is a hamstring injury for Harry Kane.

Third-placed Tottenham, who thumped Liverpool 4-1 at Wembley last weekend, are level on 20 points with second-placed United after nine games.

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