Everton take on the current champions at Goodison Park on Sunday aiming to bounce back after on the winning roads and on the hunt for the 4th place which leads to Champions league after the last weekend defeat by Crystal Palace.
What the Toffeemen done right with the home win over their direct competitors for the 4th place, Arsenal, Roberto Martínez’s men ruined with a 3:2 defeat which put Wenger’s men again above them with a one point more, after they beaten West Ham. This could also be an opportunity for Everton to complate a league double this season over Moyes’s men.
To do so, Martinez will need to mix a first team, since defender Jagielka, midfielders Gibson, Oviedo and Pienaar, attackers Traore and Kone are out for this game.
On the other side, Moyes still hasn’t given up on the fifth place which leads into Europa league, but to reach it a ” God of fortune” has to smile to Red Devils. And while the Martinez team is one of the best home teams, Moyes’s men despite a poor season are the best away team in Premier league so far, which only tell us that we could enjoy a superb match where United could be boosted by Rooney’s return and the Spaniard, Juan Mata who was out in Champions league games against Bayern but he can play Premier league competition games.
Team Probable lineups
Everton : Howard – Coleman, Stones, Distin, Baines – Barry, McCarthy – Mirallas, Barkley, Naismith – Lukaku
Man Utd : de Gea – Rafael, Jones, Ferdinand, Evra – Carrick, Fellaini – Valencia, Mata, Young – Chicharito
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Everton take on Manchester United at Goodison Park on Sunday aiming to complete a league double over the reigning Premier League champions. The Toffees’ six-match unbeaten run was brought to an abrupt end last weekend when they were beaten at home by Crystal Palace.
Rooney could return against Everton – Moyes
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