Manchester United will face their first big test under the Solskjaer regime this weekend when they take on Spurs at Wembley.

Under the Norwegian boss, United are yet to lose a game but the whole scenario could change this Sunday.

So far Man United have scored 16 goals in their past five games but they have also been leaking goals which will be the major cause of concern for the caretaker boss.

Solskjaer more or less has a fit squad to choose from and even Paul Pogba has recovered from his injury which he picked up against the win vs Newcastle.

But the manager will surely be sweating it out over the fitness of Alexis Sanchez who is currently suffering from a tight hamstring.

The Chilean has just returned from a long injury lay-off and he is the only one of the star player who is yet to receive significant game time under Solskjaer.

Manchester United are currently indulged in some warm weather training in Dubai and Alexis Sanchez has been training with the whole squad.

But fears are that the forward might not be fully ready before the crucial game versus Tottenham this Sunday.

While the manager has revealed that Alexis Sanchez will hopefully be fit for the weekend but the latest news suggests that he will go through a late fitness test in order to determine his availability.

If Alexis Sanchez does miss the match vs Spurs even then Solskjaer will have very little to worry about.

He has the option of Anthony Martial who can play down the left flank and the Frenchman has been in fine form during the past few games.

But if Alexis Sanchez does miss the match then the manager will go into the Spurs game with reduced bench strength.

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