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Probable Lineups Statistical Comparision

(58) 49 Goals 21 (63)
(44) 29 Assists 16 (37)
(6.7) 7.1 Average Ratings 7 (6.9)
30.7 Average Age 31.1
183.4 Average Height (cm) 182.7
(1.1) 1.2 Shots pg 0.8 (1.2)
(46%) 46% Aerial Duel Success 57% (50%)
(1) 0.9 Dribbles pg 0.7 (0.5)
(1.5) 1.5 Tackles pg 1.4 (1.5)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Phil Jagielka Out 7.26
Darron Gibson Out 6.1
Arouna Koné Out 6.14
Bryan Oviedo Out 7.38
Steven Pienaar Out 6.78
Lacina Traoré Out 6
Player Reason Status Rating
Robin van Persie Out 7.06
Wayne Rooney Doubtful 7.62
Jonny Evans Doubtful 6.95
Rafael Doubtful 7.05
Marouane Fellaini Doubtful 7.75

Team News

  • Roberto Martínez's team selection against Crystal Palace did not work and he will make changes for this game.
  • That should mean James McCarthy returns in central midfield, while Steven Naismith could start once again.
  • Pienaar is amongst 6 players still absent.
  • 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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User Predictions

Comments (18)

  • No surprises here

  • Jurgen Klopp would be an ideal fit for man u but i think moyes will get a chance for next year

  • I am not man utd fan but yuo have to be blind and not see that moyes brings more harm to them than good. club is to big for moyes they have to let him go if they want to get back into the winning track

  • 2 weeks, ManU have lost touch of everything. Offensively, they don't find the easy way out, where they should've exploited Nani & Hernandez's service to liberalize the playmakers; defensively, Buttner is always unstable and lacking some senses. Plus, I've never seen such a poor Wayne Rooney. He's been a d*** all night long. Things have got even tougher for Moyes, while there are 3 more matches for him to either win everything back or lose everything.

  • Van Persie, please come back! xD

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  • No shots on target? And how much is Rooney being paid again?

  • Where on earth is Vidic!

  • Are you watching? Are you watching? Are you watching David Moyes?

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  • Bring on Januzaj

  • 1-1 Draw :D

  • Whoscored.com,why do we need you? of the six matches that you have given, only one won!

  • Lukaku will destroy united!

  • Everton to win 2-1 or 2-0 since Manure usually play badly against top teams

  • Everton win

  • Everton will cruise this

  • united to win 3-1