Manchester United host Everton at Old Trafford looking to keep their good run of form on track in the Premier League, MySportDab reports.
The Red Devils and Everton are now preparing for their 58th match in Premier League history.
Earlier in the season, Manchester United won 3-1 at Everton, but this match ended in a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford last season.
Both clubs head into the match after winning their last matches.
Man Utd Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: “You must take your chances in tight or open matches.
“You never know what how important one chance can be until the end.
“We are aware of what goal difference can do to you because we’ve lost the Premier league title on goal difference before.”
Everton Coach Carlo Ancelotti: “Away team have a better chance of winning away because there is no crowd in the stadium.
“This is why we have a fantastic run away from home.
“Of course, we must remain more focused at home because we’ve lost so many matches at home.”
Manchester United Team News
Eric Bailly is struggling for fitness ahead of United’s match against Everton today.
The Ivorian has had a difficult week after being in a car accident close to Manchester United’s training ground.
Bailly was in a car that went on ice and collided with a tree on a back road from leaving Carrington before last week’s defeat to Sheffield United.
The defender had a massive plaster over an injury to his shin and missed the matches, but returned to the bench for the last two games against Arsenal and Southampton.
However, Bailly has suffered another injury problem in training and will run a fitness test on Saturday to see if he can play against Carlo Everton.
The 26-year-old was in top form after missing two months of football at the end 2020.
Man Utd Vs Everton kick-off?
The Premier League match starts at 9pm today.
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