After a massive win at the Vicarage Road, the Red Devils will be looking to extend their form as they head to Goodison Park to take on Everton. The match schedules for 1st March with kickoff at 17:00 GMT.
Despite two comebacks in the game, Carlo Ancelotti’s side fell victim to Arteta’s side in a 3-2 loss in a thrilling match at the Emirates. The side faces another tricky clash with rivals Red Devils who are currently in-form.
Everton is currently 11th in the table with 36 points while registering only one loss in their past five matches. The resurgence of the team has been notable, with a couple of key figures stepping up for the camp.
The Red Devils have shown a peak in the side following two impressive wins in the league. Despite a couple of lackluster performances from the side, they manage to pull off victories in their past five matches. The side edge closer to a return to the top four if they secure the win.
Will the luck of Coach Ole Gunnar run out, or will Ancelotti land his first major win against the Big Six after his return to the Premier League?
Everton vs. Manchester United Head to Head
Both sides have met on 29 occasions with Red Devils picking 16 ties while Everton contends with seven wins. Here is a look at their past encounters:
Man U 1-1 Everton
Everton 4-0 Man United
Man United 2-1 Everton
Everton 0-2 Man United
Man United 4-0 Everton
Man United 1-1 Everton
Everton 1-1 Man United
Man United 1-0 Everton
Everton 0-3 Man United
Everton Team News
After six months of no action after knee surgery, Andre Gomez came on as a sub much to the applaud of the entire stadium. The skipper is highly likely to feature for the side, especially after a stellar performance despite the loss.
Former Arsenal talisman Theo Walcott remains on the sidelines after picking up a knee injury. The in-form star will be up for selection, especially after netting the second-fastest goal in the league against Arsenal.
Manchester United Team News
Center back options for Ole Gunnar Alex Tuanzebe and Fosu-Mensah require match fitness before making a return to the league. On the sidelines will be skipper Pogba, who has been out with an ankle injury. Midfielder Scott Mctominay also recuperates on the sidelines. Forward Marcus Rashford will be a long term absentee for the Red Devils after suffering a stress fracture to his back.
Prediction and Odds
Both sides are currently in-form, and we expect a high caliber league clash.
Manchester United Win
Goals Over 2.5