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Tottenham are set to face Manchester United on Sunday as the Premier League action resumes.
Ahead of the clash head coach Jose Mourinho has talked to the press, providing injury updates and more.
On injury news, Spurs boss said:
“Good news, Ben Davies and Matt Doherty are the only two players not available. They are getting better. No more injury news, everybody available.”
On upcoming rivals Manchester United’s reputation for winning penalties, Mourinho said:
“I cannot go to a football match concerned. I can’t, I don’t think it’s the right frame of mind to go to a match concerned, so I’m not going concerned and I don’t want my players to go to. We have to go with positive feelings and go with the dimension and difficulty of the game.
“Coping with pressure. That’s what I want. I want to be positive and happy to play against such a giant club with such a good team and with the ambition to win the points. When the game starts, the points are going to be there on the grass.”
On the racist abuse of Davinson Sanchez, the Portuguese manager said:
“The club is thinking, analysing every detail and the club of course wants to make an impact and the decision that the club will make will be a decision that of courrse we will accept and support, but it is an internal discussion about a sad situation.
“In relation to Davinson, of course there is nothing more to add about the sadness of the situation but I would just say that he found a lot of love internally because he’s a lovely guy and everybody likes him and supported him and he’s fine.”