Operation Fourth Place continues today, as Manchester United head to north London to visit title-chasing Tottenham. A slightly fortuitous win yesterday for Manchester City means that United start the day four points behind their pale blue neighbours and as such in need of a win to stay in the reckoning for Europe's top table.
Obviously, those of you on the Van Gaal Out side of things might be feeling slightly conflicted about the whole business, seeing as any fourth-placed finish might give United the excuse they need to stand by their man. The "good" news for anybody struggling with this issue is that while Tottenham's form has been a little shaky of late, they are generally a superior team to United this season, boasting as they do a reliably solid defence, a reliably creative midfield, and a reliably consistent goalscorer. The days of "It's Tottenham, lads" appear to be over, at least for the moment.
Wayne Rooney is over his injury but will most likely not feature today; his return will come on Monday evening against Middlesbrough for the U21s. Phil Jones and Ashley Young might be in the squad, however, which is certainly news. We're not saying good or bad; we're just saying news.
How to watch:
When: Sunday 10 April 2016, 4pm UK time, 11am ET
Where: White Hart Lane, London
Television: Sky Sports 1 in the UK, NBC Sports in the US of A
Online: Sky Go in the UK, NBC Sports Live Extra in the USA
Lineups to follow as and when. For broadcasting information relating to other countries, hie thee to LiveSoccerTV.