life with a new manager is going reasonably well as they sit two points and three places above United in fifth. On most occasions, when these two sides meet, the games are highly entertaining. Who could forget the 4-4 draw from two seasons ago at Old Trafford? With Man Utd in desperate need of a win after drawing two in a row and Everton playing so well, we can expect another entertaining tie.
Everton have made three new signings during this summer’s transfer window, bringing in Demarai Gray, Andros Townsend and Asmir Begovic, while Kean, Cenk Tosun and Jonjoe Kenny at back at Goodison Park following loan spells, and it will be interesting to see what happens with the trio in the coming weeks. Manchester United take on Everton at Old Trafford and the game marks manager David Moyes’ first against his former club. It has been a bumpy couple of months for Moyes in the Premier League with his current club currently in eighth place. For Everton, on the other hand,
On most occasions, when these two sides meet, the games are highly entertaining. Who could forget the 4-4 draw from two seasons ago at Old Trafford?. The fact that the Merseyside giants have only played twice this summer is far from ideal, but this weekend’s contest with Man United will prove to be an extremely valuable exercise for new head coach Rafael Benitez, who will lead his side into their league opener against Southampton on August 14.
Fresh from booking their place in the final of the Europa League, Manchester United begin a hectic schedule of three Premier League games in the space of just five days when they face Aston Villa on Sunday. Victory would effectively secure a top-four spot for the Red Devils, while Aston Villa are looking for back-to-back top-flight wins for the first time this calendar year. The contempt for the Glazers, and the desire for them to sell up, has arguably reached breaking point, although so far the most tangible outcome of their protests has been a fixture pile-up for the team.