Manchester United vs Everton: What time does it start, where can I watch it, odds and more

Manchester United will be looking for their first victory in three games when they take on Everton at Old Trafford.

Paulo Dybala’s goal saw Juventus take the points in midweek, while Ross Barkley’s equaliser in added time at Stamford Bridge last weekend saw United held to draw.

Everton meanwhile will be eager to add to the pressure on Jose Mourinho with a third successive victory following wins against Leicester City and Crystal Palace.

What time does it start?

Manchester United vs Everton kicks off at 4pm.


Player ratings: Manchester United vs Juventus





1/22 David De Gea – 7

2/22 Ashley Young – 6

3/22 Chris Smalling – 5

4/22 Victor Lindelof – 7

5/22 Luke Shaw – 6

6/22 Nemanja Matic – 5

7/22 Juan Mata – 5

8/22 Paul Pogba – 6

9/22 Marcus Rashford – 6

10/22 Anthony Martial – 6

11/22 Romelu Lukaku – 5

12/22 Wojciech Szczęsny – 6

13/22 Joao Cancelo – 6

14/22 Leonardo Bonucci – 7

15/22 Giorgio Chiellini – 7

16/22 Alex Sandro – 6

17/22 Juan Cuadrado – 6

18/22 Rodrigo Bentancur – 6

19/22 Miralem Pjanic – 6

20/22 Blaise Matuidi – 6

21/22 Cristiano Ronaldo – 7

22/22 Paulo Dybala – 8

1/22 David De Gea – 7

2/22 Ashley Young – 6

3/22 Chris Smalling – 5

4/22 Victor Lindelof – 7

5/22 Luke Shaw – 6

6/22 Nemanja Matic – 5

7/22 Juan Mata – 5

8/22 Paul Pogba – 6

9/22 Marcus Rashford – 6

10/22 Anthony Martial – 6

11/22 Romelu Lukaku – 5

12/22 Wojciech Szczęsny – 6

13/22 Joao Cancelo – 6

14/22 Leonardo Bonucci – 7

15/22 Giorgio Chiellini – 7

16/22 Alex Sandro – 6

17/22 Juan Cuadrado – 6

18/22 Rodrigo Bentancur – 6

19/22 Miralem Pjanic – 6

20/22 Blaise Matuidi – 6

21/22 Cristiano Ronaldo – 7

22/22 Paulo Dybala – 8

Where can I watch it?

The match will be shown live on Sky Sports’ Premier League and Main Event channels from 3:30pm. The match is also available on Now TV by grabbing a Sky Sports Day Pass for just £7.99. Highlights will be shown at 10:30pm on BBC One. 

It’s a big game for…

Romelu Lukaku: Jose Mourinho admitted that this is not a “sweet moment” for the Belgian, and no goals in eight matches very much encapsulates that. Six goals in four games preceded the former Everton man’s current barren run, and there will be no better time to get his first at Old Trafford this season than against his former side.

Best stat…

98: Manchester United have scored 98 goals against Everton in the Premier League, more than against any other opponent.

Player to watch…

Andre Gomes: The Barcelona loanee made an impressive debut for the Toffees last weekend against Crystal Palace. The midfielder was fantastic in recovering the ball and was similarly impressive in starting off attacks, providing a flashback to the Portuguese’s performances at Valencia and why Barcelona paid £42m for his services in 2016.  

Past three meetings…

Everton 0 Manchester United 2 (Martial, Lingard), Premier League, January 2018

Manchester United 4 (Valencia, Mkhitaryan, Lukaku, Martial pen) Everton 0, Premier League, September 2017

Manchester United 1 (Ibrahimovic pen) Everton 1 (Jagielka), Premier League, April 2017

Form guide…

Manchester United: LLDWDL

Everton: LLWLWW

Odds…

Manchester United to win: 7/10

Everton to win: 21/5

Draw: 11/4

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