Here is our preview for the Manchester Untied v Everton Premier League match. On Wednesday, Manchester United are hosts to Everton. The two teams currently sit in 6th and 7th respectively, only separated by goal difference. Manchester United will view their current season as below standard, whereas Everton can be happy with their position.

Please note this is written before the weekend fixtures, some statistics may vary after.

Recent Form

In their last five premiership games, Man United have won three and drawn two, whereas Everton have won two and drawn three.

Head to Head

In their last six fixtures against each other. Man United have the bragging rights, with three wins (50%), two draws (33%) and one loss (17%). There has been 19 goals scored in total, an average of 3.2 goals scored per game.

Goals Conceded

Man United have conceded 15 goals so far this season, Everton have conceded 13 (an average of 1.3 and 1.1 per game, respectively). The goals have proved significant, with Man United losing three games to Everton’s one.

They are equally as close in goals scored, with 20 and 17 respectively.

Team News

The most notable injury for Manchester United is Michael Carrick, who is out until mid December. With him injured, United have looked weak in the centre of the pitch. Fans are hoping for Robin van Persie, Phil Jones, Nemanja Vidic and Shinji Kagawa to be back as soon as possible.

Everton also have some key players out injured. Darron Gibson is out for the rest of the season and Leighton Baines has a broken toe, so is not available to play until the new year.

Conclusion

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