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Manchester United vs Everton: English Premier League prediction, team news, lineups

Manchester United are currently a misfiring proposition so Everton, below them only on goal difference, should fancy their chance of handing Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side another home Premier League defeat. Rafael Benítez oversaw wins at Old Trafford when in charge of Liverpool and if he performs the feat again this would surely endear him to Everton fans unimpressed by his Red loyalties. Watch live Manchester United vs Everton HD Stream to the following link:

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English Premier League
Manchester United vs Everton
Date: Saturday, October 2, 2021, Time: 12.30pm BT
Venue: Old Trafford

All things considered, it has been a positive start to the 2021-22 Premier League season for the Red Devils, with a return of 13 points from six matches leaving them fourth, only one point behind leaders Liverpool, but the 20-time English champions suffered a 1-0 home loss to Aston Villa last weekend.

Manchester United vs Everton predicted line-ups

Manchester United’s predicted line-up: David de Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Raphael Varane, Luke Shaw; Nemanja Matic, Fred; Mason Greenwood, Bruno Fernandes, Paul Pogba; Cristiano Ronaldo.

Everton’s predicted line-up: Jordan Pickford; Ben Godfrey, Yerry Mina, Michael Keane, Lucas Digne; Andros Townsend, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Allan, Alex Iwobi; Demarai Gray; Salomon Rondon.

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In a 4-3-3 with Scott McTominay behind him and Bruno Fernandes just ahead, the Dutchman would have a springboard to show what he can do. That would mean Paul Pogba returning to the left of the front three, with Jadon Sancho dropping to the bench. Jesse Lingard may feel hard done by not to start, but he has been a superb impact sub lately and may be called upon again in that role here.

“You’ve got Liverpool and City, fair play they play each other, but they played Tuesday and now they play Sunday. Who is responsible? We’ve had enough of that. I’ve had enough.”

The difference this time around is that both United’s games have been at Old Trafford, rather than trips to Turkey and Merseyside, but that doesn’t excuse the scheduling problem that adds needless strain on already overworked players.

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