Everton and Manchester United, led by Erik Ten Hag’s Manchester United, will face off in a crucial match at Old Trafford on Saturday in the Premier League’s second round.
Everton hasn’t played their best so far this season, and they’re 16th in the Premier League standings. This week, the away team held Tottenham Hotspur to a respectable 1-1 draw and will attempt to up their game in this match.
On the other hand, Manchester United is currently fourth in the league and has performed fairly well thus far this season. In their previous match, the Red Devils defeated Brentford by a significant margin of 1-0, and they will attempt to achieve a similar outcome this weekend.
This season, under Erik Ten Hag, Manchester United has made significant progress and will attempt to maintain its position in the top four. This week, Marcus Rashford scored a game-winning goal against Brentford, and he will try to make it three goals in this match.
Under Sean Dyche, Everton has developed into a robust team that is capable of delivering a punch on their best days. However, Manchester United should be able to win this game because they appear to be the superior team.
Prediction: Manchester United 2-0 Everton
Everton has won 71 of the 210 games they’ve played against Manchester United, but United has won 92 of those games. Everton has won 71 of those games. Manchester Joined has dominated 38 association matches against Everton in the Chief Association time – they have been more fruitful just against Tottenham Hotspur during this period.
Everton has only won one of their last 29 Premier League games against Manchester United away from home, and that victory came in 2013 by a score of 1-0. Everton is one goal away from setting a new personal best in this regard after scoring in each of their nine Premier League matches against Manchester United. Everton has only been defeated twice by Manchester United in previous seasons, but this season, Manchester United has defeated the Toffees three times in a single campaign.
Casemiro, the master midfielder for Man United, will play the fourth and final game of his domestic suspension this weekend. However, Ten Hag has been given an untimely concern regarding Luke Shaw because Shaw left the Brentford match with what appeared to be a hamstring issue in the first half.
In his press conference, Ten Hag said that Shaw wouldn’t play, but Christian Eriksen will play for the first time since he broke his ankle badly in January. However, Alejandro Garnacho, Tom Heaton, and former Toffees loanee Donny van de Beek (knee) remain out with ankle injuries.
With less than 72 hours to recover, the likes of Fred, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and even Anthony Martial may enter Ten Hag’s consideration here, and Tyrell Malacia can undoubtedly anticipate making his debut on the left side of the backline in Shaw’s absence.
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