Manchester United taken on Tottenham Hotspur on Monday evening with all the pressure on us following our defeat against Brighton. One thing that may make it easier for us is that Spurs goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris, was out drinking last night and arrested for drink-driving on his way home at 2.30am.

Lloris then spent seven hours in police custody before being released on bail ahead of a court hearing next month.

Going out until the early hours is hardly the best preparation for a big game and neither is spending hours in a police cell, which saw him return home at 11am today. Mauricio Pochettino has a decision to make on whether he should play the goalkeeper at all, given his lack of professionalism.