Man Utd vs Everton: Premier League – LIVE!

The Red Devils recovered from a shock home defeat to Sheffield United and a draw at Arsenal last week with a Premier League record-equalling 9-0 demolition of Southampton in midweek.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side will be full of confidence in attack, but Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton should offer United a real challenge – especially with Dominic Calvert-Lewin back among the goals as the Toffees target Champions League qualification.

United have the chance to go level on points with Man City ahead of the leaders’ trip to face champions Liverpool on Sunday. However, were Solskjaer’s side unable to falter, and City to win at Anfield, this could well be the weekend where their title challenge effectively ends.

With kick-off at 8pm GMT, follow all the latest news, match action and analysis on our LIVE blog.

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Premier League head to head (h2h) results


Prediction: Man United to win 2-1

The Toffees should provide United with a stern test, and will take heart from Sheffield United’s win here last week. However, the Red Devils found their shooting boots against Southampton, and should have enough to pick up another three points on Saturday night.


Early team news

Edinson Cavani is a slight doubt after picking up an ankle injury against Southampton, but should be fit to feature.

Should Solskjaer deem that the Uruguayan is only fit enough for the bench, Anthony Martial could lead the attack after coming off the bench to score a brace against the Saints.

Eric Bailly is also a doubt, while Phil Jones remains out.

Jordan Pickford is on the comeback trail for Everton, though Jean-Philippe Gbamin is out and Allan is unlikely to be fit to return.


How to watch on TV and online

TV channel: The match will be televised on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event.

Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will be able to watch the match online via the SkyGo app.


Hello and welcome to our LIVE coverage of tonight’s Premier League clash between Manchester United and Everton at Old Trafford.

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