Spurs v Man United
Premier League, Sunday, January 13, KO 4.30pm. Live on Sky Sports
IT'S five in a row for Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer but his first test comes on Sunday.
Man United's caretaker boss has taken to the job like a five-year-old grasps hold of his new phone.
You can only beat what's in front of you and victories against Cardiff, Huddersfield, Bournemouth, Newcastle and Reading were expected.
Solskjaer's side have turned on the style too with 16 goals but his men will need to be at their best to take anything from Spurs at Wembley.
United have lost three in a row away to Mauricio Pochettino's men and were spanked 3-0 at home back in August.
That means a point for Solskjaer would be deemed a good result and with confidence flowing through the ranks I think he can get it.
Spurs were rattled 3-1 by Wolves in their last home outing and Wembley isn't really home although they'll be there until at least March after the latest delay to building work at White Hart Lane.
I'm siding with United draw no bet at 6-4 with McBookie and there should be goals. Both sides are banging them in and four of the last six meetings in London have gone over 2.5.
There is a school of thought Solskjaer has been focusing on all-out attack because his defence lacks quality so take both to score and over 2.5 goals at 10-11 with boylesports.
For United the man for the big occasion is Paul Pogba and he is 11-4 at boylesports to add to the four goals he's netted under Solskjaer.
- United draw no bet (6-4, McBookie)
- Btts & over 2.5 goals (10-11, boylesports)
- Pogba to score (11-4, boylesports)