Manchester United will look to extend their unbeaten run to twenty matches when they host Everton at Old Trafford Tuesday evening.
With United looking to break into the top four, they come into this match on the back of a goalless draw against West Brom.
Jose Mourinho’s side are in good form, as they have lost only one of their last six matches. This is an important match for United, who welcome back Zlatan Ibrahimovic, with the talismanic Swede having served a three match suspension.
Manchester United will be looking to continue their good record against Everton. In 175 matches they have won 79, drawn 42 and lost 51, overall.
For Everton, Ronald Koeman will be looking to become the first coach in Premier League history to win three consecutive away games at Old Trafford. Everton are just starting to struggle at away matches, and suffered a heavy loss against Liverpool in the Merseyside derby. The 3-1 defeat to Liverpool kept Everton out of the top six, and they have played more games than all the teams ahead of them. Everton also lost 3-2 at Tottenham early in March, played a 1-1 draw at Manchester City and got thrashed 5-0 by Chelsea - contributing to their dip in form.
SportyBet make Manchester United the odds-on favourites at (1.55) to win at home to Everton on Tuesday night. The Toffees are available at (6.10) to bounce back from their Merseyside derby defeat with victory at Old Trafford, and the draw can be backed at (4.13). United haven’t conceded a goal in their last two home games and a win to nil for Jose Mourinho’s men is on offer at (2.35). SportyBet’s first goalscorer odds are headed by the returning Zlatan Ibrahimovic at (3.11) and Paul Pogba, also back for United, is priced at (7.49) to score first. The top Everton contender is unsurprisingly Romelu Lukaku at (6.96).
Four of United’s last five home games have either ended 1-1 or 0-0, so there is a good place to start in the SportyBet correct score market. The two teams played 1-1 the last time they met, and once again a correct score of 1-1 in this tie is available at (7.74), while the 0-0 correct score is available at (12.39).
Under 2.5 goals at SportyBet in this tie is a (1.98) quote as United have conceded only ten goals at home this season, but have only had three clean sheets in their last seven home games. Anthony Martial has scored twice and assisted another two goals in four matches against Everton in all competitions, including a 90th minute winner in the FA Cup semi-final last season. Martial is priced at (2.65) to score anytime in this tie, while both teams are (1.88) to score.
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There are 10 Premier League matches being played across Tuesday and Wednesday nights:
Tuesday 4th of April
Wednesday 5th of April
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