Early Team News: Man United VS Everton

Man United VS Everton
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After a challenging Europa League match against Omonia, Manchester United will return to Premier League action Sunday night. Everton FC are ready to take on the Red Devils at Goodison Park tomorrow. However, Man United are looking forward to rebounding from the humiliating defeat against Man City in their previous match.

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Everton FC last played against Manchester United in April, where the Toffees secured the victory with a one-goal margin. They are now ready to get two consecutive wins against the Red Devils. On the other hand, the away records for Manchester United are not good enough. They have won two of their last ten away games in all competitions.

After starting the season poorly, Everton eventually got back their track. They have won their last two games in the League. However, Manchester United suffered a heavy defeat against Man City in their last match. The Red Devils are now in 7th place with 12 points.

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Manchester United missed the service of Raphael Varane during the match against Omonia FC. The French world cup winner got a knock playing against Man City. However, the manager is hopeful to get him back for tomorrow’s clash. But Man United have more injury concerns. Captain Harry Maguire is not available for the match. Aaron Wan Bissaka and Donny Van de Beek are also unavailable due to injuries.

Donny Van de Beek hasn’t been featured in the starting XI this season. The manager talked about him in today’s press conference. Erik Ten Hag said, “He[ De Beek] had a muscle injury and so it takes him a couple of weeks. He’s now back on the training grass so he’s outside doing his work but still individually. He’s not returned to team training so we have to wait for that moment.”

Donny must also fight for his place, according to the manager. Erik said, “He[ De Beek] has to be fit. Obviously, that is a disadvantage. He has now been here for two-and-a-half years. He had pre-season, which was quite okay, then his chances will come. When he came on against Brighton, he came on as a sub and did very well but you have to be available and when you are not available you cannot get a place in the first XI. Now he has to make sure he gets fit and fights for his position.”