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Manchester United to win 2-0 against Everton- 13/2!

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Manchester United vs Everton

April 08, 2023

12:30 pm GMT+1

Manchester United vs Everton match preview

This week pretty much encapsulates Manchester United’s season as a whole: good at home but very bad in tough away games.

Last Sunday, the Red Devils were outfought, outplayed and outclassed at St James’ Park, beaten 2-0 by Newcastle.

This saw the Toon Army leapfrog Man United into third, with them having now lost all six away games against teams ninth or higher.

In fact, the only club currently above 13th that they’ve beaten on the road is Fulham.

Nevertheless, on Wednesday night, Erik ten Hag’s team got their Champions League push back on track by defeating Brentford 1-0 with, who else, Marcus Rashford firing home the winner.

The Red Devils are unbeaten at home in the league since the opening day of the season, with this very much the reason why they’re sitting fourth, three points clear of Spurs.

Coming up this month, Man United face Sevilla in the Europa League quarter-finals, before meeting Brighton in an FA Cup semi at Wembley.

Ahead of these key ties, will the ten Hag’s side ensure they remain in the top four with another home victory?

Everton meantime earned a crucial point in their battle against the drop on Monday night.

The Toffees found themselves 1-0 down at home to Tottenham and a man down, after Abdoulaye Doucouré had been dismissed.

But then, just as the clock struck 90, Michael Keane snatch a point thanks to an unexpected piledriver.

This means Sean Dyche’s team are unbeaten in four, losing just one of five at Goodison since he took over as manager.

The Blues therefore climbed out of the relegation zone, albeit by virtue of goal difference alone.

Everton’s last victory at Old Trafford came a decade ago, beaten 3-1 there in the FA Cup just 92 days ago.

Everything points towards a comfortable home win.

Manchester United team news

Wout Weghorst was dropped to the bench in mid-week, the first time he hadn’t started since arriving from Beşiktaş.

Fellow Dutch international Tyrell Malacia is likely to start this one, after Luke Shaw hobbled off on Wednesday.

Marcel Sabitzer could keep his place in midfield, chosen over Fred, while Christian Eriksen is set to be on the bench, having not featured since late-January due to injury.

Marcus Rashford, who’s now scored 27 times this season, has surprisingly only managed one in 15 appearances against Everton, although this did come when the two last met.


Predicted XI: (4-3-3): de Gea; Dalot, Varane, Martínez, Malacia; McTominay, Sabitzer, Fernandes; Antony, Rashford, Sancho.


Everton team news

Abdoulaye Doucouré's three-match ban begins here, meaning the Mali international won’t be seen again until his team host Newcastle on 27 April.

Without him, James Garner could come into midfield, facing his former club, thereby starting for the Toffees for the very first time; Tom Davies is the alternative.

Demarai Gray’s first-ever Premier League goal came at Old Trafford, this in the colours of Leicester in 2016.

For goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, it’s been the Theatre of nightmares, as he’s never won any of his six appearances at Old Trafford, conceding 14 times.


Predicted XI (4-5-1): Pickford; Coleman, Tarkowski, Keane, Godfrey; Garner, Gana Gueye, Onana, Iwobi, McNeil; Gray.


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Ben Gray

Ben Gray

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