🕗 Saturday 8th of April, 12:30 GMT
This Saturday in the early kickoff in the Premier League, we see 4th-placed Manchester United take on 18th-placed Everton, a match where both teams need the win for very different reason. Manchester United will want to rediscover their consistent winning form to help ensure they get Champions League football next season. Everton will be looking to pick another three points up under Sean Dyche with the hope of moving one step closer to safety.
Head to head
In the previous two Premier League meetings between the two sides, both sides have been victorious. A 1-0 victory at Goodison Park in April 2022, the last time The Toffees registered a win over the Manchester club. The most recent Premier League fixture between these two famous sides ended in a 2-1 victory for Erik Ten Hag’s men, with goals from the now departed Cristiano Ronaldo and summer arrival Antony.
The Sean Dyche effect on Everton
Since Sean Dyche got appointed as Frank Lampards replacement on the 30th of January 2023, Everton have experienced an upturn in form, picking up 11 points from a possible 27, but remain 15th in the league after Michael Keane’s 90th minute thunderbolt equaliser against Tottenham on Monday night. Everton are currently one point above the relegation zone. In contrast, Lampard only managed 16 points from 20 Premier League matches during his tenure. The former Burnley boss has had a clear impact on and off the field. Reverting back to basics has been one of the main differences during his reign as Everton boss so far.
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Manchester Uniteds Form
Manchester United have struggled to pick up wins recently, winning only two of their last five Premier League matches, which included losing to both Newcastle and Liverpool and a goalless draw at Old Trafford against bottom of the league side Southampton.
A game that saw Casemiro sent off for the second time this season. In Man United’s last match on Wednesday night, we saw a Rashford goal make it 1-0 and that was enough to secure the three points to get Man United back to winning ways against Brentford at Old Trafford.
Having a bet on the game?
If you are interested in some value bets on this intriguing Premier League encounter, these may be of interest to you;
If you fancy Rashford to continue his sensational goal scoring form this season, Betfred are offering 21/20 for a Rashford goal at any time throughout the game.
How about a United win & Rasford to score anytime? Bet365 have that as a Bet Builder double at
Or, if you fancy Everton to pull off a shock win, BetUK are offering the odds of 13/2 for Everton to win the match.
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We fancy a 2-0 Man Utd win