Tottenham vs Manchester United 14/5/2017
The title may be a lost cause for Tottenham, but they can still finish second with a win at White Hart Lane. That, if done, will mark their best ever EPL finish. It is also Spurs’ last home game at White Hart Lane before their switch to Wembley Stadium next season, and they would love to go out with a bang. Mauricio Pochettino’s men also have an unblemished home record to protect (16 wins & 2 draws). As for United, it will be interesting to see what stance they adopt to this game. The Red Devils are through to the Europa League final, courtesy of a nerve-jangling 2-1 aggregate win over Celta Vigo. Seeing what line-up Jose Mourinho calls up could indicate how they treat this game.