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Manchester United FC vs Everton FC, Premier League 2022-2023, Today Match Prediction

Greater Manchester, Old Trafford




Top-four chasing Manchester United welcome Everton in top versus bottom clash

  • Manchester United won their first Premier League game in four attempts in midweek
  • The Red Devils beat Brentford to move back into the top four
  • Everton are unbeaten in four and are in 16th, although level on points with the bottom three

Manchester United to win 3-1

Tournament: Premier League 2022-2023 | Venue: Greater Manchester, Old Trafford

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Manchester United returned to winning ways in midweek by beating Brentford, ensuring that they start this weekend back inside the top four.

It was a much-needed three points for the Red Devils, who had gone three games without victory in the league, a spell which included two defeats in difficult circumstances.

Now, with another home game against relegation candidates no less, Erik ten Hag should be aiming to set down a marker and solidify their place in the Champions League spaces.

Everton are without doubt a better team under Sean Dyche, who has made them into a team that is more organised and harder to beat.

Indeed, they have climbed out of the relegation zone on the back of four games without defeat and could go as high as 13th with victory here.

Much is at stake for both teams. 

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Reasons to be cheerful:

     Confidence will be boosted by midweek win

     Won their last two against Everton

Reasons to be fearful:

     Remain without Casemiro, Eriksen and now potentially Luke Shaw

     Are too reliant on Marcus Rashford for goals

At this stage of the season, results are all that matter and it won’t bother United too much that they only just squeezed past Brentford in midweek.

Erik ten Hag, before that game, called for his players to be like machines, grinding out positive results and cutting out silly mistakes. We saw more of that in their 1-0 victory over Brentford.

They do rely too much on Marcus Rashford’s goals, it must be said. There is a feeling that if he doesn’t score, where will the goals come from? There are others in the team but they must step up quickly.

Still having a game in hand over Tottenham, United should be confident of finishing in the top four, especially if they can win home games such as this.

They have a good record against Everton, winning seven of their last 13 meetings and losing just once.

Star Man – Marcus Rashford

United rely on Rashford’s goals and for good reason – only Haaland and Mbappe have more goals than Rashford’s 28 across Europe this season.

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Reasons to be cheerful

     Solid run of four without loss

     Earned an important draw with Spurs last time out

Reasons to be fearful

     Doucoure is now suspended after red card

     Haven’t won at Old Trafford for nine years

Everton’s important draw against Tottenham came at a cost - Abdoulaye Doucoure is now suspended for three matches after receiving a straight red for pushing Harry Kane in the face.

The midfielder has been one of Everton’s most consistent players under Sean Dyche and his towering presence will be missed in upcoming games. After United, they face crunch ties against Fulham, Palace and Newcastle.

If they can get through the rest of April unbeaten, they will stand an excellent chance of survival, although their chances of doing that are small.

They haven’t earned victory away to Manchester United since 2013, although they have claimed four draws from their last nine meetings.

Dyche will have his players well drilled for this one.

Star Man – Michael Keane

As a central defender, you don’t often expect goals of that brilliance from the likes of Michael Keane, as he scored against Spurs. He’ll be tested at the back against United and his experience will come in handy.

     United to control possession

     Rashford to score or United to struggle

     Everton must frustrate United and push on in second half

The smart money would be on United continuing their winning run, especially at home and after collecting an important three points against Brentford in midweek.

Everton will dig in deep and try and frustrate Ten Hag’s men, but we have seen that Rashford can produce goals from nothing and others can chip in from time to time too.

The Toffees must hold out and hit on the break but United are just so good at home these days.

Manchester United to win 3-1


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Author: Ross B.