Tottenham travel to Old Trafford on Wednesday night to face Manchester United in the Premier League and go their in great spirits.
Jose Mourinho has won all three matches since taking charge as the new Spurs manager, with two victories in the league and another in the Champions League group stages.
But he’s now preparing for arguably his stiffest test so far and would surely love to get one over his former club United.
Despite looking defensively shaky recently, Spurs go into the match looking fluent in attack and they are a team that can score goals for fun.
Dele Alli is an individual that has managed to hit some form and is hoping to get back towards his best levels.
The attacking midfielder has three goals and one assist in the short time since Mourinho’s arrival.
But history suggests he finds it difficult against upcoming opponent United, which is why it will be interesting to see how he copes midweek.
Allí has played eight top-flight matches against United, with four wins and four defeats in return.
But the English playmaker has only scored one goal and managed zero assists in those eight league fixtures.
Alli has 58 goals and 51 assists 197 club appearances for Spurs, which shows the high standards he usually sets in front of goal.
The 23-year-old will be aware of his own struggles against a certain opponent like most players and it should be an added incentive when travelling to Old Trafford.