5 of Son Heung-Min’s last 6 goals for Tottenham have come in the second half, with 2 of the 3 home goals therein coming last and proving decisive. Man Utd midfielder Bruno Fernandes has scored in two of the Red Devils’ last three PL games, with both goals arriving in the 31st-45th minute period.
Tottenham’s home league form under their current manager has been reasonably solid: W5, L3. In a sequence that includes an 80% win rate (W4, L1) against teams from outside last season’s top four, with three of those four wins seeing the first half won 1-0 either way (Half Time: W2, L1). While four of Tottenham’s last six Premier League home victories have seen one team win the first half by a one-goal margin every one of the four matches in that category also ended separating either teams by a single goal.
Man Utd are unbeaten in five PL outings (W3, D2), averaging exactly 1.0 unanswered goals per game after the hour mark across the three victories. The Red Devils’ last five PL victories have come with a clean sheet and by an average margin of 2.60 goals. Each of Man Utd’s last six PL away games (W2, D1, L3) have featured exactly two goals, with the winners winning both halves in three of the last four games won/lost therein. Though Man Utd are favourites here, they still have a win rate of just 18.18% in the role of PL away match favourites this term (W2, D4, L5).