Man United take a trip to Merseyside to face hosts Everton at Goodison park in an early kickoff Premier League encounter.
Pressure will be on Ole Gunnar Solskaer whose side has lost two on a bounce including last week’s loss to rivals Arsenal at Old Trafford.
Salt was added in the wounds when the side were beaten in Turkey by Champions League debutants Instabul Basaksehir, in a game that exposed all Man United’s defensive frailities.
This, is United’s joint-worst start since 1986/87, as they sit 15th on the log with 7 points.
The Toffees on the other hand, start the day in fifth with 13 points and can up on top if they pick maximum points.
Carlo Ancelloti’s side had a strong start but have collected just a point, a 2-2 draw off Liverpool, in the last three games since a 4-2 win over Brighton in October.
They have suffered back to back losses against leaders Southampton and Newcastle.
The good news for Everton is the return of James Rodriguez and Lucas Digne while Jordan Pickford is expected to return in goal.
For the Red Devils, Anthony Martial returns after a recent league ban, Alex Telles has recovered from Covid19.
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Who To Trust – Man United will come out to make amends but Everton have all what it takes to absorb that pressure thanks to a midfield that has Doucoure and Allan. Going forward, Rodriquez, Calvert Lewin and Iwobi will unsettle United’s fragile defence from the word go.
Man United have not won at Everton since 2018 and I don’t see that changing, but a draw is likely here.
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