Everton vs Manchester United: Live info, Preview & Predictions


Everton vs Manchester United
English Premier League
Date: Saturday, 7 November 2020
Beginning at 12:30 UK time / 13:30 CET.
Venue: Goodison Park.

The Toffee need to act as soon as possible, otherwise they risk losing that great start they made in their league. They are now fourth in the table and, moreover, they have to put up with the fact that their main rival Liverpool is back at the top of the standings.

This weekend, playing at Goodison Park will be key for the team if they have high hopes for the campaign.

They are fighting red devils who are desperate for victory. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's people seem to be out of luck, and they ended up in 15th place in the table.

Moreover, they also won just twice in this campaign, with both victories going to the lower tier teams.

Most likely, we should expect a fierce battle between these two desperate teams, and the chances are high that the game will turn into goals scored.

Recently, however, Carlo Ancelotti's people are almost impossible to stop at home, and this may turn the tide a little in their favor.

Everton v Manchester United: head-to-head 

The last meeting ended in a 1: 1 draw.
In five of the previous eight meetings, goals have been scored by both teams.
It has been two years since the guests won at this site.
16 of the last 22 wins at this stadium were recorded by the Red Devils.

Everton - Manchester United Predictions

The Toffee lost 2-1 away on the last game day to Newcastle. Meanwhile, Solskjaer's players lost 0: 1 to Arsenal at home.

Currently, Ancelotti's people have a slight edge. They won eight games before their magic touch ended in a draw with Liverpool. But they still have the potential to return to their winning streak, especially in this stadium.

At Goodison Park, they lost only once in all of 2020 and only twice in the last 14 months. Meanwhile, their opponents are losing two matches, and in the last four league games they have only one victory.

Moreover, they have not won against this rival in the past two years, and since 2011 they have won on this field only three times.

So expect Everton to score at least one point this Saturday.

However, it should be understood that the Devils are still one of the best teams in Poland and they are also desperate to show good results. On top of that, they also recorded 16 of their 22 previous victories at the event.

With these factors in mind, expect goals to be scored from both sides of the pitch this weekend.

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