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This is a fascinating contest between two sides in similar form, made all the more intriguing by the fact that Everton have been in fine form away from home whereas Man United’s main slip-ups this season have come at Old Trafford.
It is difficult to back against a team that won 9-0 in their last outing, though, so we expect Solskjaer’s 100th Premier League match as a manager to end in another three points for his side.
Manchester United welcome Everton to Old Trafford on Saturday evening looking to pick up where they left off in a record-equalling midweek humiliation of Southampton.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side put the Saints to the sword with a 9-0 victory, while Everton also returned to winning ways by overcoming Leeds United at Elland Road.
Carlo Ancelotti’s team won’t win any awards for their style of football, but they have won seven of their opening 10 Premier League away games, including the last four on the bounce.
Only Tottenham and Manchester City have conceded fewer goals on the road than Everton’s 10 this season as Ancelotti has shown his experience and tactical nous to make the Toffees a team with great defensive unity. They’ll surely set-up to stifle United, who still don’t look comfortable trying to break down well-oiled defences at home.
If you rid the freakish win over Southampton from your minds, then it’s very hard to get carried away with United’s record when asked to make the running in games. In home matches against West Brom,
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Wolves and Sheffield United, they scored just three goals and managed only one at Old Trafford when faced with Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham. They have also conceded 15 goals at home in the league so far this season – more than at this stage in any
previous Premier League campaign. And the expected goals against figure of 13.5 backs that poor metric up.
Everton are capable of frustrating the hosts and using their countering skills with Richarlison and Lucas Digne down the left, plus their big threat from set-pieces, to make this a tricky evening for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer