‘We’ll Smash Them!’ Spurs fans confident ahead of United trip

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After two wins from two, Tottenham head to a place where they’ve also won on the last two occasions, Old Trafford.

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Following Bale’s barnstorming run that signalized the end for Rio Ferdinand at Manchester United two years ago, Christian Eriksen and Emmanuel Adebayor heaped even more misery on the reds in last seasons visit. Ultimately contributing to the departure also of David Moyes.
However this season, with the top four places more competitive than ever, and with United and Spurs in the thick of it, you could say that if Spurs were to win this one it would be more significant than when they ended their 23 year Old Trafford hoodoo a few years ago.
Spurs head into the game having beaten Swansea and QPR, and Harry Kane will be looking to continue his consecutive run of scoring in each of his last eight away games in the Premier League.
But in the build up to Sunday, here’s a look at Twitter and what the Tottenham fans are saying before what is an important weekend in their sides season.