Wayne Rooney and Marouane Fellaini are both doubts to face their former club but could feature.
Jonny Evans is nearing a return to fitness but this game may come too soon.
Shinji Kagawa could get another rare start.
Everton's loss to Crystal Palace in midweek dealt a huge blow to their Champions League aspirations, and with a tough game coming up against Manchester City, they really need to beat United here.
They do raise their game though against the bigger sides, having recently beaten Arsenal 3-0 at Goodison Park, and having won at Old Trafford earlier in the season. With United's injury problems, Everton will probably be favourites to win here.
Manchester United have a slim chance of catching Everton and will hope that they can continue what is the best Premier League away record this season with another win here. Everton have been on good form of late though - bar a midweek slip-up - and they should get back to winning ways.
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