EPL: EFC vs United

At Goodison Park, Everton has just broken the sublimation circuit will have an important battle with the direct competitor for the ticket to the European Cup Man United is very excited at the penultimate match. Whether the Toffees will maintain the unbeaten circuit at the warm up match for the 8th consecutive match or the Red Guards will demand a successful debt loss of 0-4 in return last season to close to the top 4.

Andre Gomes was great back from a long-term injury against Arsenal last weekend and that could have caused Carlo Ancelotti to play for the Portuguese midfielder in the middle. A muscular injury has left Lucas Digne without a defeat against Arsenal but he is expected to return to the defense, while Mason Holgate and former Manchester United defender Michael Keane are competing for a place at crafts center next to Yerry Mina. Seamus Coleman and Djibril Sidibe are competing for the starting position at right-back. Morgan Schneiderlin has undergone knee surgery and will miss against his former club. Everton's five-match unbeaten run ended the weekend after a dramatic 2-3 defeat to Arsenal on the day of welcoming Mikel Arteta back to his old home. Now they face Manchester United before continuing on the tourmalet by meeting Chelsea and Liverpool. There have been over 2.5 goals scored in the last 4 games of Everton and they have scored at least 2 goals in the last 4 matches. Everton are unbeaten in all 6 home games recently, teachers and coach Carlo Ancelotti are being missed by the European team with a gap of 5 points.

Anthony Martial suffered a thigh injury during training in the middle of the week and was unable to make a timely recovery for Sunday's match at Goodison Park. Odion Ighalo scored his first goal for Manchester United in a bold victory on Thursday against Club Brugge and will now earn his debut for the club. Mason Mason Greenwood is expected to start on the attack line after appearing as a midweek replacement. Scott McTominay or Nemanja Matic will start in the middle and the other will start in the FA Cup with Derby next week. Juan Mata played great with Bruno Fernandes in the middle of the week and should start before Daniel James if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer chose a 4-2-3-1 formation. Manchester United are unbeaten in the last 7 matches in all competitions and have scored 18 goals and conceded only once,

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