Everton vs Manchester United Prediction: Toffees look for response to sticky situation

 | November 25 | 

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Everton entertain Manchester United in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon (16:30) in what will be their first home game since their 10-point deduction for breaking Financial Fair Play regulations. The home team and the crowd will be fired up for this clash against an inconsistent United side.

Here are some of the best markets on offer for this clash.

Everton vs Manchester United Betting Tips

  • Everton - 13/8
  • Bruno Fernandes to be shown a card - 2/1

Match Odds 

Everton are 7/4 to get three points on Sunday. A draw is available at 12/5, while Man United are 6/4 to rub salt into the wound of the hosts.

Both teams to score in this encounter is 8/13. Over 2.5 goals is valued at 4/5.

Team News

Everton could see defender Seamus Coleman return to action after his long-term injury. Amadou Onana is a doubt while Dele Alli and Andre Gomes remain sidelined.

Luke Shaw is back in contention for Manchester United after three months out. Rasmus Hojlund and Mason Mount are both doubts for the weekend.

Everton @ 7/4

Everyone associated with Everton feels begrudged by the club's 10-point deduction, so the atmosphere at Goodison Park is expected to be something to behold on Sunday. The players and crowd will be in unison to try and get the Toffees back into a comfortable position in the league as they look to avoid relegation for the third season in a row.

They welcome an inconsistent Man United side in front of the Sky Sports cameras, and they will have an excellent opportunity to show that the deduction won't keep them down. This feels perfectly set up for a home win, which will bring the fans and players closer together.

Bruno Fernandes to be shown a card @ 2/1

United will certainly be playing in a hostile atmosphere on Sunday, and they will be facing a side fighting for three points as though their lives are dependent on it. It feels as though this will be another game which will frustrate Erik ten Hag's men.

A player who embodies frustration for the Red Devils is Bruno Fernandes, who on many occasions we have seen act like a petulant child when things aren't going his way. The Portuguese midfielder is no stranger from taking a swipe at his opponents. He has been booked four times already this term in the league, and we expect him to pick up his fifth at Goodison Park.

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