Anthony Martial set to miss clash with Mourinho's Spurs due to injury

Anthony Martial set to miss clash with Mourinho's Spurs due to injury

- Anthony Martial is doubtful for Manchester United's clash with Tottenham at Old Trafford

- The Frenchman was substituted in United 2-2 home draw to Aston Villa due to muscle problem

- The Red Devils will also be without Scott McTominay and Nemanja Matic due to respective injuries

Anthony Martial could miss Manchester United crunch mid-week Premier League fixture against Tottenham at Old Trafford.

The French striker was subbed off in the 82nd minute during last weekend's draw against Aston Villa due to a muscle problem.

And according to Sky Sports, the France international is believed to be struggling to recover from a muscle problem.

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Jose Mourinho makes a return to his former employers months after he was relieved of his duties as manager at the Theatre of Dreams.

And Man United will be without Mourinho's biggest foe Paul Pogba who is still recovering from an ankle injury.

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Scott McTominay and Nemanja Matic are also doubtful for the clash as both midfielders have been out for several weeks.

Mourinho has been on a three-match winning streak since returning to management with Spurs as the north London club miraculously rose to fifth on the table since his arrival.

United are two points behind their opponents and a win for them will leapfrog them above Spurs who have scored ten goals in three matches under Mourinho.

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