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New Year. A time to make rash resolutions and bold predictions for what might unfold in the next 12 months. You'd have to be a soothsayer to put Nostradamus to shame to have accurately called the ups and downs of both these clubs in the one month since they last met. 
In the immediate aftermath of their 2-2 draw at White Hart Lane, Manchester United lost successive home league games in the most difficult days yet under David Moyes's management. But six wins in a row since then have lifted the gloom to the extent that many see them as genuine title challengers again.
As the momentum builds, there seems to be a change in Moyes. On Boxing Day at Hull he was the most animated he's been yet as United boss.
Animated and angry; contesting every decision - and still bristling after the game even following a potentially significant comeback win. He's basically settled in!
In relative terms though, it was a dull December for United compared to Spurs' month. After that 2-2 draw they won their next two games, and yet one thumping by Liverpool later it was all change at the Lane.
Tim Sherwood couldn't have believed that he'd start 2014 as a Premier League manager (head coach, officially), but he's begun pretty well. So well that Spurs have the chance to go four league games unbeaten for the first time this season.
They'll be under no illusions as to how difficult avoiding defeat will be of course, but will be buoyed by winning their past three away league games, boasting the third-best away record in the Premier League this season, and having broken their own Old Trafford hoodoo with last term's first win there since 1989.
That's something else for those into omens and fortunes at the turn of the year - it was that match that ended United's last six-game winning streak.

Spurs won this fixture 3-2 last season, claiming their first victory at Manchester United since 16 December 1989. The victory ended a winless run of 26 games (D4, L22) away to the Red Devils.
Since then the sides have drawn twice at White Hart Lane, meaning Tottenham are unbeaten in their past three games against United.

Manchester United
The Red Devils have won their past six games in league and cup. It is their best winning run since a six-match streak between August and September 2012 which ended with a 3-2 loss at home to Tottenham.
They have claimed eight wins from their past 13 top-flight matches, losing twice.
Danny Welbeck has scored four goals and assisted one in his past four Premier League appearances.
Manchester United have not conceded a penalty in their past 76 Premier League games.

Tottenham Hotspur
Spurs have scored more Premier League penalties than any other side this season - all four of them converted by Roberto Soldado.
Tottenham have scored seven goals in their past three Premier League games, as many as they managed in their final seven top-flight matches under Andre Villas-Boas.
The 3-0 win against Stoke was Spurs' biggest Premier League victory since beating Aston Villa 4-0 on 26 December 2012.
The result also gave Tottenham their first clean sheet in nine league games.
Spurs players embarked on 29 dribbles, more than any other Premier League side, at the weekend.

Competition: Premier League  
Man Utd V Tottenham     
Date: Wednesday 1st January 2014
Kickoff: 17:30 GMT
Venue: Old Trafford    
Live/Repeat: Live

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