Manchester United travel to Merseyside this Sunday to face Everton as the Red Devils look to get their push for a top-four finish back on track.
The Red Devils were narrow winners over West Ham last week but remain in 6th, two points off Arsenal in 4th.
A win this weekend would see Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his men keep the pressure on Arsenal but they will need the Gunners to slip up before the close of the season if they are to qualify for the Champion’s League.
United have been poor in recent weeks with bad performances against the likes of Watford, Wolves and West Ham as well as being dumped out of the Champions League by Barcelona.
With morale low, Marco Silva’s side could very well cause an upset this week and take all three points from the visitors.
Everton were crushed by relegated Fulham last week and their season is all but over with qualification for the Europa League an impossible task at this late stage.
However, Everton will still have to fight for a top half finish with Watford, West Ham and Bournemouth breathing down their necks.
A win this weekend would see them jump from 9th to 7th if results elsewhere go their way although both Watford and Wolves have a game in hand over the Toffees.
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Everton have lost more Premier League matches against Man United than any side has against another in the history of the EPL.
EVERTON VS MANCHESTER UNITED STARTING XIs
EVERTON (4-2-3-1) STARTING XI
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Everton Vs Manchester United kick off time is at 13:30, 21/04/2019.
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