Harry Redknapp’s teams have lost to United twice already this season, with United knocking Spurs out of the FA Cup as well as beating Portsmouth away from home, but apparently there is a belief in the Spurs’ camp than Redknapp has what it takes to get a win against United on Sunday.

Just what is Redknapp’s success rate against United anyway?

“The manager has been around a long time and he has some good scalps, especially those wins against Manchester United,” said Huddlestone. “Let’s hope Sunday will be another one. Hopefully, we will come out on top. Our League form this season has not been the best, but we’re a confident bunch of players. With the squad we’ve got, we’re confident we can perform. Ferguson has said he will play a similar team to the one that got them to Wembley, which means some of their younger players will be in the team. But they are all quality individuals.”

United 1 West Ham 0
West Ham 1 United 1

United 2 West Ham 1
West Ham 0 United 1

United 2 West Ham 0
West Ham 2 United 2

United 2 West Ham 1
West Ham 1 United 1

United 4 West Ham 1
West Ham 0 United 0

United 7 West Ham 1
West Ham 2 United 4

United 3 West Ham 1
West Ham 2 United 2
United 0 West Ham 1 (FA Cup)

United 3 Portsmouth 0
Portsmouth 1 United 0

United 3 Southampton 0
Southampton 1 United 2
United 4 Southampton 0 (FA Cup)

United 3 Portsmouth 0
Portsmouth 1 United 3

United 2 Portsmouth 1
Portsmouth 2 United 1
United 3 Portsmouth 0 (FA Cup)

United 2 Portsmouth 0
Portsmouth 1 United 1
United 0 Portsmouth 1 (FA Cup)

Portsmouth 0 United 1
Tottenham 0 United 0
United 2 Tottenham 1 (FA Cup)

Redknapp has played against United 31 times. He has won 3 times. That means he hasn’t won over 90% of the games he has played against us. Not a record Huddlestone needs to be bragging about.

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