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Man United’s improvement over Tottenham explained how Moussa Sissoko returns from injury

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The Premier League will return to action this weekend.

At least that’s how it is.

The coronavirus could see games played behind closed doors or postponed, depending on the size of the epidemic.

Tottenham will hope to stop their poor form, which has seen them fail to win any of their last six games.

All the biggest news stories around N17 are below in our roundup of the best Tottenham stories.

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Blame the decline

Outside the FA Cup, outside the Champions League and will hardly end up in the top four to qualify for the next Champions League.

Spurs fans have said goodbye to a manager they had taken to heart earlier this season and it looks like the campaign will be a cancellation.

Daniel Levy

So why did everything go so badly?

And whose fault is it?

Alasdair Gold takes a look.

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The Spurs face Manchester United at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday.

But will the game go on?

There are concerns that the game may be played behind closed doors or even postponed due to the coronavirus epidemic.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Image: Visionhaus)

Champions League matches have been postponed, while Serie A and La Liga have also taken action.

It just seems like a tie before the Premier League follows suit.

Here are the latest news from Sunday’s game.

Boost by Moussa Sissoko

Moussa Sissoko gave Jose Mourinho a timely injury boost in the final months of the season.

The French midfielder has been out of action since he suffered a knee injury on New Years Day and was not expected to return to action until April.

Moussa Sissoko celebrates a rare goal against Burnley

However, he appears to be on track to return to the first team before then, after returning to the first team in training with the club this week.

Here is the full story.

Because United is improving compared to Spurs

Jose Mourinho must have time to be successful at Tottenham.

This is however the opinion of a former Scottish international.

Tottenham is slowly moving back with the Portuguese coach, while Manchester United, the club Mourinho was fired from last season, is now thriving under Ole Gunner Solskjaer.

But why is it so?

What is going on for Mourinho and what is going on for Solskjaer at Old Trafford?


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