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Ratings: Wan-Bissaka and Martial did well; Lindelof was poor in Everton draw

Manchester United drew 1-1 with Everton in the Premier League at Old Trafford. Anthony Martial opened the scoring in the 43rd minute of the match, scoring his first goal for the club this season, assisted by Bruno Fernandes. United should have perhaps scored more than one goal in the first half, seeking more in the second half. Andros Townsend equalised for the Toffees, after Fred lost the ball with Abdoulaye Doucoure equalising before Yerry Mina scored again five minutes from time, which was ruled offside. United needed to win this match and will go into the international break frustrated.

United started the match brightly, on the attack seeking an early goal from the game. Anthony Martial had a good chance on goal with a header, but from a few yards away from the goal, he was off target and showed his frustration. United had a few more credible attacking attempts but still did not have an early goal in the bag. Everton had some good attacking play, but were cut down quickly. In the 21st minute of the match, Edinson Cavani had a good effort on goal, but he was not able to open the scoring for United. This Everton side were holding back the onslaught so far, but would they be able to keep doing that throughout the match?

United seemed to carve out many chances going forward in this match, but were not getting anywhere. Everton had a few chances, but seemed to be out of luck in getting a goal against United. Mason Greenwood was booked for a foul in the 34th minute of the match, which seemed a bit harsh. United were still seeking to get the opener with some good attacking and more importantly, patient play. In the 43rd United took the lead in the match with Anthony Martial getting his first goal of the season, assisted by Bruno Fernandes after a good period of attacking play. United deserved that and Everton now needed to worry about which way it will go.

United continued to pressure Everton towards the end of the half, after taking the lead. It was a positive performance for the Red Devils and they had played better than they have recently, which is something to be proud of. Granted, the chances had been poor at times in this match and Everton were given too much space and respect. United ended the half with 67.7% possession, five shots on goal, of which four were on target but needed to learn from the half, which will be no easy run in the second half. Solskjaer need to get his substitutions right again, ensuring that United continue to dominate in the right areas, scoring more goals.

There were no changes at the start of the second half for either team. United seemed to continue where they left off, attacking Everton. Jadon Sancho started warming up soon after kick off in the second half as Martial, the scorer of the goal, seemed to be carrying a knock. Cristiano Ronaldo was also readying himself to come on. The substitution was made in the 57th minute of the match with Sancho replacing Martial and Ronaldo replacing Edinson Cavani. United had a great chance around the hour mark with Ronaldo and Sancho both involved but Scott McTominay, who received the ball last, could not get a shot on goal.

United’s lead did not last. United made an error at the edge of the Everton box with the Toffees receiving the ball and running up the pitch. Demarai Gray won the ball, passed to Abdoulaye Doucoure who then played the ball into Andros Townsend, who beat David De Gea for the first time in this match. It was a shocking goal to concede, from a poor loss of the ball. United will need to start again and find a way to win this match. Everton, though, seemed to be the resurgent side. Solskjaer made his third substitution with Paul Pogba replacing Fred in the 70th minute of the match. It seemed that United will be going for all out attack, which is now needed.

Everton got the ball into the back of the net once again in the 85th minute with Yerry Mina scoring the goal. He celebrated. The Everton fans celebrated and if was ruled as offside, apparently being close to call, despite him being a good bit of distance offside. The goal was not given. United seemed to be resurgent in seeking a response but Everton seemed to be doing all they could to defend their point, which shows the level they have become as a club under Rafael Benitez. United were unable to get a winner in this game, settling for a point, which is a shame as this Everton side did not really deserve anything.

United will now have a break, at least the players coming back from injury and the ones not picked for their countries during the international break will. They will be back in Premier League action in a fortnight’s time on Saturday 16 October when they travel to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester. Four days later, they will be back in UEFA Champions League action against Atalanta at Old Trafford before welcoming Liverpool to the Theatre of Dreams four days after that – ending October away to Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League. This is going to be a big month for United and Solskjaer. A month that will need to result in some good wins.

Manchester United

1 David De Gea

Made a good save to deny Gray when the score was level in the first half. Was unable to stop Townsend's effort as it caught United out. Conceded again, but it was offside. Not a great game for United but De Gea did well. United need more clean sheets now though.

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29 Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Played well in the attacking areas, crossing the ball well for Martial. In the mix defensively too, blocking a shot on the line. It is good to see him back after Dalot's horror show. This was his best performance for a while.

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19 Raphael Varane

Did well considering he had to make up for Lindelof again. Will be looking forward to seeking Maguire back from injury. Dealt with Everton's counter-attacking and never looked out of place.

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2 Victor Lindelof

Seemed to be scared of Everton and lost confidence whenever they attacked. Misjudged a lot in this match which will leave him behind others soon with Bailly and Jones seeking to get involvement.

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23 Luke Shaw

Glad to see I'm back, although Telles is a good option too. Played an attacking game, blocked a chance and generally defended well for United.

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39 Scott McTominay

Showed aggression against Gray and energy in the match. Got forward a few times and should have perhaps had a goal for himself.

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17 Fred

Offered some good point between the defence and the attack and could have had an equaliser. Lost the ball which resulted in Everton equalising. Was replaced by Pogba in the 70th minute of the match.

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11 Mason Greenwood

Seemed to be up for the challenge against Everton. Got a lot of involvement but did not really get a credible chance on goal. Booked in the first half and perhaps should have been substituted - maybe if Martial was not carrying a knock.

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18 Bruno Fernandes

Got another assist for Martial's goal but seemed off the boil during the match. This break will give him something else to concentrate on but he will need to return rejuvenated.

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9 Anthony Martial

Scored his first goal of the season, which came at the right time for United. It will have been a major confidence booster for him and be celebrated in style. He seemed to have a knock early in the second half and was replaced in the 57th minute by Sancho.

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21 Edinson Cavani

Led the line well for United against Everton. Put in an immense amount of work in the first half, seeking to create space for his teammates and himself. Was replaced by Ronaldo in the 57th minute of the match, giving him a run out, also keeping him fresh.

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Substitutes

25 Jadon Sancho

Replaced Martial 57'. Performed excellently for United and looked to be the spark that United needed. Created chances but could not get the goal he has been chasing.

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7 Cristiano Ronaldo

Replaced Cavani 57'. The crowd were given extra energy with his introduction but it was a match that he was not going to delivery, which is perhaps why he did not start.

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6 Paul Pogba

Replaced Fred 70'. Came on to balance the attack and did just that. Had a few chances but it just did not work out for him or United.

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Goals: Anthony Martial 43′; Andros Townsend 65′

Assists: Bruno Fernandes 43′; Abdoulaye Doucoure 65′

Manchester United: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Varane, Lindelof, Shaw; McTominay, Fred (Pogba 70′); Greenwood, Fernandes, Martial (Sancho 57′); Cavani (Ronaldo 57′)

Substitutes Not Used: Henderson; Bailly, Telles; Lingard, Matic, Van de Beek

Bookings: Mason Greenwood 34′; Abdoulaye Doucoure 76′

Written by John Walker

Confirmed XI: Cavani, Greenwood and Martial lead the attack against Everton; Ronaldo, Pogba, Sancho and Lingard on the bench

Manchester United return to Premier League action this afternoon as they welcome Everton to Old Trafford. United last won in the league when they beat West Ham United almost a fortnight ago, losing to Aston Villa at the Theatre of Dreams last week. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side desperately need to get back to winning ways in the league despite sitting a point away from the top spot although four other teams share the same number of points that United have at this stage of the season. If United let their position slip now, they will find it much harder to get back in the mix when it matters. Keeping the challenge up is much-needed right now.

United got back to winning ways against Villarreal at Old Trafford on Wednesday evening, coming from behind to win the match in added time. United conceded a goal in the 53rd minute of the match and Alex Telles struck seven minutes later to equalise. United struggled to find a winner, despite being resurgent for large periods of the second half. Cristiano Ronaldo, assisted by Jesse Lingard, scored the winner in the very last minute of added time to get all three points in the bag for United, which was a must after the defeat to Young Boys a fortnight ago. United need to get back to winning ways in the Premier League at home this weekend.

Manchester United:

De Gea;

Wan-Bissaka, Varane, Lindelof, Shaw;

McTominay, Fred;

Greenwood, Fernandes, Martial;

Cavani

Substitutes:

Henderson; Bailly, Telles; Pogba, Lingard, Matic, Van de Beek; Ronaldo, Sancho

Everton:

Pickford;

Godfrey, Mina, Keane, Digne;

Townsend, Doucoure, Allan, Gordon;

Gray;

Rondon

Substitutes:

Begovic, Lonergan; Kenny, Holgate, Branthwaitel Gbamin, Davies, Whitaker; Dobbin

United and Everton have met 58 times in the Premier League. United have won 37 times, drawn 12 times and the Toffees have won the remaining nine matches. United have scored a total of 108 goals, winning five penalties and scoring four of them. Everton have scored just 57 goals, winning four penalties and scoring three of them. The Red Devils have kept 24 clean sheets with the Toffees keeping nine. Discipline has been an issue in this fixture with United players receiving 76 yellow cards and two red cards and Everton players being shown 108 yellow cards and three red cards.

There has been a long history of players to have played for both United and Everton. The likes of Mark Hughes, Andrei Kanchelskis, John O’Kane, Phil Neville, Jesper Blomqvist, Tim Howard, Louis Saha, Darron Gibson, Marouane Fellaini, Michael Keane, Tom Cleverley, Romelu Lukaku and Morgan Schneiderlin have all played for United but the most successful player of them all was Wayne Rooney. He was sold to United for £25 million as an 18-year-old in the summer of 2004 and started to break the records from his debut against Fenerbahce when he scored a hat-trick. Before he rejoined Everton in 2017, he became United’s all time top scorer.

Written by John Walker

Predicted XI: A 4-3-3 formation could change everything for Manchester United; Ronaldo, Cavani and Sancho to lead the attack?

Manchester United return to Premier League action on Saturday as they welcome Everton to Old Trafford. United last won in the league when they beat West Ham United almost a fortnight ago, losing to Aston Villa at the Theatre of Dreams last week. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side desperately need to get back to winning ways in the league despite sitting a point away from the top spot although four other teams share the same number of points that United have at this stage of the season. If United let their position slip now, they will find it much harder to get back in the mix when it matters. Keeping the challenge up is much-needed right now.

United got back to winning ways against Villarreal at Old Trafford on Wednesday evening, coming from behind to win the match in added time. United conceded a goal in the 53rd minute of the match and Alex Telles struck seven minutes later to equalise. United struggled to find a winner, despite being resurgent for large periods of the second half. Cristiano Ronaldo, assisted by Jesse Lingard, scored the winner in the very last minute of added time to get all three points in the bag for United, which was a must after the defeat to Young Boys a fortnight ago. United need to get back to winning ways in the Premier League at home this weekend.

Previous meetings with Everton and their connections with Manchester United.

United and Everton have met 58 times in the Premier League. United have won 37 times, drawn 12 times and the Toffees have won the remaining nine matches. United have scored a total of 108 goals, winning five penalties and scoring four of them. Everton have scored just 57 goals, winning four penalties and scoring three of them. The Red Devils have kept 24 clean sheets with the Toffees keeping nine. Discipline has been an issue in this fixture with United players receiving 76 yellow cards and two red cards and Everton players being shown 108 yellow cards and three red cards.

There has been a long history of players to have played for both United and Everton. The likes of Mark Hughes, Andrei Kanchelskis, John O’Kane, Phil Neville, Jesper Blomqvist, Tim Howard, Louis Saha, Darron Gibson, Marouane Fellaini, Michael Keane, Tom Cleverley, Romelu Lukaku and Morgan Schneiderlin have all played for United but the most successful player of them all was Wayne Rooney. He was sold to United for £25 million as an 18-year-old in the summer of 2004 and started to break the records from his debut against Fenerbahce when he scored a hat-trick. Before he rejoined Everton in 2017, he became United’s all time top scorer.

Here is my predicted starting XI to face Everton in the Premier League at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon…

Goalkeeper: David De Gea

David De Gea is still the name to fill the void in the goal for Manchester United. He performed to the best of his abilities against Villarreal, despite conceding a goal eight minutes into the second half of the match. As has been seen each time he has played this season, his confidence is growing each time and he is able to find the best of his abilities once more, making many saves to keep United pushing in matches. Granted, that is not happening all over the pitch as United have a relatively weak midfield which does not control matches as they should. It does not help that Solskjaer is not using the stronger members of the team regularly.

De Gea needs to help solve the problem in defence, which is a weakness in the squad, even with the signing of Raphael Varane in the summer. When he is partnered with Harry Maguire, there is some confidence but Victor Lindelof was a massive weak link against the Spanish team. I believe that with De Gea being more vocal in the team, he could command the defence and bring the best out of them moving forward. I think Solskjaer could show some bravery by recognising the weaknesses in the squad and addressing them. There are may problems in this squad which need to be addressed if United are to challenge for anything this season.

Defenders: Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Raphael Varane, Eric Bailly, Luke Shaw

The defence is just one of the areas that faces some problems this season. Aaron Wan-Bissaka will probably be viewed as a great signing after the performance of Diogo Dalot against Villarreal on Wednesday evening, which did not cover the Portuguese right-back in glory. United will hope they can find a buyer for the player in either January or next summer so they can strengthen the position. Dalot can be good at times and will probably earn more chances, but he needs to seek significant improvement. Luke Shaw’s absence was missed following his injury but Alex Telles scored the equaliser, despite a poor performance, which is a bonus.

Having Shaw back in the team this weekend, providing he is fit to do so, will be a major bonus. Seeing United attack with prose from the left will be good to see. This 4-3-3 formation sees Cristiano Ronaldo playing on the left-wing, so Shaw’s pace and energy will be important. Perhaps if Shaw misses out and Telles is unable to play, Alvaro Fernandez could be given a shot in this position? Raphael Varane will keep his place against Everton – being the best central defender against Villarreal but his partner, Maguire will be out of action again and perhaps Lindelof should be on the bench with Eric Bailly given a shot to earn his place in the team this season?

Midfield: Donny van de Beek, Nemanja Matic, Bruno Fernandes

The weakest area on the pitch this season is the midfield. The reason for this is having just one experienced defensive midfield; Nemanja Matic, who cannot play week in and week out throughout the season. Without him on the pitch means that we will see Fred and Scott McTominay in the pivot positions for much of the season with McTominay shining last season but Fred still on the wane. Solskjaer needs to find a way to absolve this. Donny van de Beek is hardly playing any matches, despite having more than 400 minutes under his belt this season and considering his experience, it is pointless him being on the bench.

Against Everton, United need to find a way to dominate the midfield and that would be having three midfielders in a 4-3-3 formation would go a long way to doing that. Nemanja Matic played a small role in Wednesday’s match and with the international break coming up, there is no reason why he could not start Saturday’s match. Donny van de Beek will be fit to play and will be itching to start this match given that he was frustrated to no play a part against Villarreal. Bruno Fernandes should also start and with the luxury of having Paul Pogba on the bench, he could be replaced by the Frenchman in the second half, giving him a rest too.

Forwards: Jadon Sancho, Edinson Cavani, Cristiano Ronaldo

United have a wealth of attacking talent at their disposal this season and it needs to be used in a way that will help to obliterate the opposition and allow players to play to their strengths, whilst also being rotated with other players, which will need to happen when both Marcus Rashford and Amad Diallo are both fit and ready to play a part this season. Against Everton, it is important that United get three points in the bag and keep the pressure on the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City, who will be the clubs chasing the Premier League title this season – there are other clubs seeking to keep up now but that will changes as the season grows older.

Jadon Sancho deserves to start this match, playing in his favoured right-wing position. He did well at times against Villarreal and will need to consistently get minutes under his belt if he is to find his feet at the club. When he gets his first goal or assist, he will be ready to keep them coming. Edinson Cavani should start too as he has so much to give and has been bright when coming off the bench after he recovered from his injury from the last international break. Cristiano Ronaldo have five goals so far this season and should also start, possible out on the left, which is a position he could still cut in from, causing damage in the box and hopefully scoring.

Substitutes: Dean Henderson; Victor Lindelof, Alex Telles; Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Fred, Scott McTominay; Anthony Martial, Mason Greenwood

United can name nine substitutes in the Premier League, using three of them. Solskjaer was able to use five in the Champions League, which gave some players a run out, but not the ones that should have played – Van de Beek – which was a shame. Dean Henderson will remain on the bench but he will be seeking more football, that might perhaps come after the international break in the Champions League against Atalanta and he might not be happy with just that, seeking to put more pressure on De Gea, as he did last season. In defence, Victor Lindelof and Alex Telles could be available, despite the latter coming off injured against Villarreal.

In midfield, Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Fred and Scott McTominay could bother to be called upon with Solskjaer loving the McFred pivot, which possible means they will start the match and the Van de Beek problem will rumble on through the international break and cause even more damage at the club. The Dutchman should be getting regular minutes in this squad as he could give so much for United. In attack, Anthony Martial will keep his place on the bench, as that is what he deserves. When his performances change, he will be trusted more but he needs to start making an impact. Mason Greenwood will be the other forward – and likely to get minutes.

Written by John Walker

Preview: Manchester United to solve midfield and attacking problems against Everton?

Manchester United -v- Everton

Premier League

Old Trafford, Manchester

Saturday 2 October 2021, KO 12:30 BST

Referee: Michael Oliver Assistants: Stuart Burt, Simon Bennett

Fourth Official: Paul Tierney

VAR: Stuart Attwell Assistant VAR: Harry Lennard

Manchester United return to Premier League action on Saturday as they welcome Everton to Old Trafford. United last won in the league when they beat West Ham United almost a fortnight ago, losing to Aston Villa at the Theatre of Dreams last week. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side desperately need to get back to winning ways in the league despite sitting a point away from the top spot although four other teams share the same number of points that United have at this stage of the season. If United let their position slip now, they will find it much harder to get back in the mix when it matters. Keeping the challenge up is much-needed right now.

United got back to winning ways against Villarreal at Old Trafford on Wednesday evening, coming from behind to win the match in added time. United conceded a goal in the 53rd minute of the match and Alex Telles struck seven minutes later to equalise. United struggled to find a winner, despite being resurgent for large periods of the second half. Cristiano Ronaldo, assisted by Jesse Lingard, scored the winner in the very last minute of added time to get all three points in the bag for United, which was a must after the defeat to Young Boys a fortnight ago. United need to get back to winning ways in the Premier League at home this weekend.

Manchester United – Recent Form, Goals Scored and Assists: WLLWLW

Villarreal 2-1 W, Aston Villa 1-0 L, West Ham United 1-0 L, West Ham United 2-1 W, BSC Young Boys 2-1 L, Newcastle United 4-1 W

Goals: 5 – Cristiano Ronaldo, 4 – Bruno Fernandes, 3 – Mason Greenwood, 2 – Jesse Lingard, 1 – Fred, Alex Telles

Assists: 7 – Paul Pogba, 2 – Bruno Fernandes, 1 – Victor Lindelof, Jesse Lingard, Nemanja Matic, Luke Shaw, Raphael Varane

Everton – Recent Form, Goals Scored and Assists: WLLWWW

Norwich City 2-0 W, Queens Park Rangers 2-2 (8-7 penalties) L, Aston Villa 3-0 L, Burnley 3-1 W, Brighton and Hove Albion 2-0 W, Huddersfield Town 2-1 W

Goals: 4 – Demarai Gray, Andros Townsend, 3 – Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Abdoulaye Doucouré, 1 – Lucas Digne, Alex Iwobi, Michael Keane, Richarlison

Assists: 3 – Abdoulaye Doucouré, Andros Townsend, 1 – Allan, Tom Davies, André Gomes, Demarai Gray, Alex Iwobi, Richarlison

Previous meetings with Everton and their connections with Manchester United.

United and Everton have met 58 times in the Premier League. United have won 37 times, drawn 12 times and the Toffees have won the remaining nine matches. United have scored a total of 108 goals, winning five penalties and scoring four of them. Everton have scored just 57 goals, winning four penalties and scoring three of them. The Red Devils have kept 24 clean sheets with the Toffees keeping nine. Discipline has been an issue in this fixture with United players receiving 76 yellow cards and two red cards and Everton players being shown 108 yellow cards and three red cards.

There has been a long history of players to have played for both United and Everton. The likes of Mark Hughes, Andrei Kanchelskis, John O’Kane, Phil Neville, Jesper Blomqvist, Tim Howard, Louis Saha, Darron Gibson, Marouane Fellaini, Michael Keane, Tom Cleverley, Romelu Lukaku and Morgan Schneiderlin have all played for United but the most successful player of them all was Wayne Rooney. He was sold to United for £25 million as an 18-year-old in the summer of 2004 and started to break the records from his debut against Fenerbahce when he scored a hat-trick. Before he rejoined Everton in 2017, he became United’s all time top scorer.

Team News: Six players on the sidelines for Everton with three out of action for United. Pickford is a doubt too, which could be a blow for the Toffees.

Marcus Rashford (Shoulder), Amad Diallo (Thigh) and Harry Maguire (Calf) all look set to miss the visit of Everton to Old Trafford this weekend. Luke Shaw, who was injured against Aston Villa last week missed the victory over Villarreal and is a 50% chance of featuring against the Toffees this weekend. Alex Telles came off on Wednesday evening with a knock, so he could be a doubt for this match too, but nothing has been confirmed about the intensity of his injury. Other than this, United will have many options ahead of their Premier League encounter that they must win this weekend heading into an international break.

Andre Gomes (Calf), Jean-Philippe Gbamin (Thigh), Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Thigh), Fabian Delph (Shoulder), Seamus Coleman (Thigh) and Richarlison (Knee) have all been ruled out of the clash with United at the Theatre of Dreams this weekend, which is a blow for Everton. Jordan Pickford (Shoulder) is currently being assessed and has a 50% chance of being available for the match against United. With the number of key players out of action, United will have a good chance to take advantage of the Toffees, but with the shape that United are in at this time, Everton will be seeking to take some advantage of their own.

Predicted Starting XI: A 4-3-3 formation could change the attacking landscape for United if Solskjaer is trusting of his players and is willing to let them show their strengths.

Solskjaer needs to find a solution for United’s toothless attacking, which was shown against Villarreal on Wednesday evening. Considering the availability of players in the squad, there does not seem to be many flair substitutions nor the chance for players to go out and play to their strengths. For large spells of the match, it was boring and United should be utilising a swashbuckling attacking style to blow away the opposition. This did not happen and United hammered on the door for each and every minute they could, finding a winner in the very last minute of added time, which was entertaining but not something that will happen all of the time.

I think David De Gea will keep his place in goal for this match as he has been doing well and no change is really needed there. That may change after the international break when United will be back to playing in both the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League. Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw should return to the fullback positions with Raphael Varane and Eric Bailly partnering in the centra midfield positions. A three-man midfield of Donny van de Beek, Nemanja Matic and Bruno Fernandes could work well, giving more emphasis on the attack. Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani and Jadon Sancho leading the line could be god for United too.

Match Prediction: United and Everton are neck and neck in the Premier League at this stage of the season – they won’t be a pushover and hopefully, United will not either.

Last season, United beat Everton 3-1 in the fixture at Goodison Park after Bernard opened the scoring for the home side in the 19th minute of the match. Bruno Fernandes scored a brace, equalising in the 25th minute, assisted by Luke Shaw, scoring again seven minutes later, assisted by Marcus Rashford. Edinson Cavani gave United a two-goal cushion five minutes into added time, assisted by Fernandes. At Old Trafford it was a 3-3 draw with Cavani opening the scoring in the 24th minute, assisted by Rashford, Fernandes putting United 2-0 up, assisted by Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the 45th minute. Abdoulaye Doucouré got one back in the 49th minute.

James Rodríguez equalised for Everton in the 52nd minute, assisted by Doucouré, which gave United more work to do. Scott McTominay put United ahead again in the 70th minute, assisted by Shaw before Dominic Calvert-Lewin equalised for his club, who did it for the second time in this match, this time in the fifth minute of added time, assisted by Michael Keane. United will be seeking to get one over Everton this time, in a similar fashion to the friendly victory against the club in the summer in which Mason Greenwood, Harry Maguire, Fernandes and Diogo Dalot all scored. It was a poor result for Everton and hopefully this will be the same.

Manchester United 2-1 Everton

Written by John Walker

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