Manchester United vs Everton live streaming
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Match: Manchester United vs Everton
Competition: Premier League
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Manchester United vs Everton live streaming: TV listings
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Manchester United vs Everton live streaming: Match preview
Manchester United came from 2-0 down to beat Newcastle and then 1-0 down to earn a draw at Chelsea.
Has José Mourinho turned things around?
Not on Tuesday’s evidence, when they were outclassed by Juventus in the Champions League.
This is the third in a run of six really tough games so will Mourinho survive them?
Everton go to Old Trafford on the back of 3 straight wins.
Fulham, Leicester and most recently Crystal Palace have all been beaten as Marco Silva’s side climb up the table.
In fact, they’re now above Man United so can they secure a famous win?