Manchester United are unbeaten in seven in all competitions. They have scored 18 goals in that time and conceded only one. They start the weekend three points off fourth place.
A victory for United would signal they are ready to finally take fourth place from Chelsea whereas a set-back would not a surprise.
Everton– Andre Gomes was superb on his comeback from long-term injury against Arsenal last weekend and it may prompt Carlo Ancelotti to start him here. Start forecasting your weekend games now
A muscle injury kept Lucas Digne out of the defeat to Arsenal but he is expected back in the frame here.
Mason Holgate or former Manchester United defender Michael Keane are in competition for a starting berth on Sunday.
Seamus Coleman and Djibril Sidibe are in competition for a starting berth at right-back.
Manchester United– Anthony Martial picked up a thigh injury in training in midweek and is unlikely to recover in time for Sunday’s game at Goodison Park.
Odion Ighalo scored his first goal for Manchester United in Thursday’s big win over Club Brugge and should now earn his full league debut for the club.
Mason Greenwood is expected in the starting XI after only coming on as a substitute in midweek.
Victor Lindelof is expected back in the starting XI despite another promising performance from Eric Bailly.
Juan Mata played superbly with Bruno Fernandes in midweek and should start ahead of Daniel James if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opts for a 4-2-3-1 formation here. However, Solskjaer may go with a back three here.
There have been under 2.5 goals scored in Man Utd’s last 5 away games in Premier League.
Man Utd have kept a clean sheet in their last 3 Premier League matches.
There have been over 2.5 goals scored in Everton’s last 4 games (Premier League).
Everton have scored at least 2 goals in their last 4 matches in Premier League.
Everton are undefeated in their last 6 home matches (Premier League).
Who will win?