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Manchester United has lauded Tottenham's in-form striker Harry Kane ahead of the Red Devils' trip to White Hart Lane on Sunday.

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However, the Argentinian manager, who has been urged by former Tottenham captain Ledley King to snub any advances from United, insists his players will continue to fight throughout the final six fixtures of the season. The game has come too soon for Wayne Rooney, but the return of Phil Jones, Ashley Young and Antonio Valencia means that Van Gaal has nearly a full squad to choose from, although there are doubts over Daley Blind, the only member of the United defence not to have been injured this season.

Tottenham are still in the title race, while Manchester United are hoping to catch the "last train" for the Champions League. "I think Dele Alli deserves it", Pochettino said.

"We haven't had many clear weeks this season", Pochettino told the club's website.

Clashes between these two sides have always been memorable with United enjoying the majority of the head-to-head statistics but in recent years that hasn't been the case winning two in their last seven meetings. Sometimes you have some players that are hard, but it's life.

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Dier said: "It's great to have someone like him up front".

"Of course we are all disappointed not to play for the title, but in football you never know what can happen so we will try to finish as strong as possible".

Vertonghen has been missing since the 3-1 win at Crystal Palace on January 23, while Njie has not played since the 4-1 victory over Monaco on December 10.

Spurs could also welcome back Jan Vertonghen with Pochettino confirming that the centre-back will undergo a late fitness check to see if he's ready to make his long-awaited return to the first team set-up.

"If he's available for Sunday, it's because he's 100 per cent. Players who are injured often work more than the fit players".

Dan is ESPN FC's Tottenham correspondent.



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