Spurs will face Manchester City while Liverpool will line up against Bournemouth in the 33rd round of the Premier League, with each of Kane and Salah looking to increase their goal tally.
Harry Kane will be heading into the contest hoping to further his challenge against Mohamed Salah for the Premier League's Golden Boot, a battle that has been kept interesting after Kane was awarded Tottenham's second goal at Stoke after an appeal.
Given City's capitulation against United last week, Tottenham's goal changed the dynamic of the game and the hosts were camped in City's half for the opening 20 minutes after the resumption. With that said, Pep Guardiola will need Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne and company to tighten up to feel a bit more comfortable about securing the league title.
In fact, Spurs are now unbeaten in their last 14 league games with 11 wins and three draws, which represents their joint-best run in the Premier League. Three successive defeats, something they have not experienced since February 2016 during Manuel Pellegrini's reign, have thrown a spanner in the works of the City machine.
"My feeling is now that United will win a lot of points because they are in a good shape and have top players", Guardiola told the BBC.
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Now, even the most optimistic United fan and pessimistic City fan would not believe that Man City don't end up as the PL champions this season. Alternatively, they only require one win from their remaining five games to guarantee glory.
Manchester City's victory restores their 16-point lead over second-placed Manchester United.
On the other hand, Tottenham needs to continue picking up points to ensure a Champions League finish for a third consecutive year.
The Tottenham goalkeeper could not atone for his rashness by denying Gundogan, who coolly converted as he did from 12 yards on this ground in the 2013 UEFA Champions League final for Borussia Dortmund.
City go into this off the back of three consecutive defeats and appearing vulnerable for the first time under Guardiola.