Man Utd vs Everton betting tips, odds and predictions for Saturday's match in the Premier League. Man Utd will be looking to start where they left off against Everton this weekend, following the club's 9-0 win over the Saints last time out. Everton recovered from their poor performance against Newcastle to win away at Leeds for only the second time since 1951. Man Utd have already beaten Everton twice this season, both times at Goodison Park, but the Toffees have been performing better on the road than they have in their own backyard. We're expecting this game to be much closer than this season's previous two encounters between the pair. Everton will sit back and try to hit United on the counter-attack and that could prove frustrating for the hosts.
Top Free Tips for Man Utd vs Everton
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Close Game Expected at Old Trafford
On Tuesday night, Man Utd recorded another of the highest-scoring wins in Premier League history as they thrashed Southampton 9-0 at Old Trafford. The hosts were 4-0 up at the break thanks to goals from Wan-Bissaka, Rashford, Cavani and an own goal from Bednarek, but were given a helping hand after just 2-minutes when Jankewitz picked up a needless red card. The goals continued to flow in the second forty-five as Martial scored twice, and McTominay, James and Fernandes all found the back of the net. United were handed even more of an advantage towards the end of the 90-minutes when Bednarek earned himself a straight red card and the Saints ended the match with just 9-men on the pitch.
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti promised a response from his ‘lazy' players following the defeat to Newcastle at the weekend, and he got it. Sigurðsson put Everton 1-0 up at Elland Road after just 9-minutes, following an excellent cross from Digne. Leeds came close to equalising when they hit the post from outside of the area, but Everton went in 2-0 at the break when Godfrey flicked on a Sigurðsson corner and Calvert-Lewin dived in to head the ball home at the far post. Leeds pulled a goal back early in the second half but Everton held on to secure a deserved 3pts.
Man Utd have won three, drawn two and lost one of their last six matches in all competitions but with four wins, one draw and one defeat during that same period, it's Everton that head into this weekend's clash as the form favourites. The visitors have won five and drawn one of their last six away trips in the Premier League, while Man Utd have won four and lost two of their last six home games in league and cup.
Man Utd have won 84, drawn 45 and lost 55 of their last 184 games against Everton and haven't lost against the Toffees in any of the pair's last four encounters. However, Everton have picked up one win and two draws from their last five games against Man Utd, with both of those stalemates ending 1-1.
Phil Jones continues to recover from surgery but won't be fit to play for a number of weeks yet, while there were some doubts over Cavani who took a knock on his ankle last time out but the Uruguayan striker is expected to be fit to face Everton.
Allan is close to returning for Everton but the Toffees won't risk him so soon after a long injury layoff, while Pickford could return to the squad following his rib injury picked up against Newcastle and Gbamin remains sidelined.
Man Utd vs Everton Three Best Bets
Everton haven't picked up too many positive results from their trips to Old Trafford in the past, but the visitors head into this game as the form side of the two. The Toffees have performed much better away from home than in their own backyard his season, as their counter-attacking style works best when teams are forced to come at them and leave space in behind. Man Utd will be full of confidence following that massive 9-0 win over Southampton in midweek, but can't afford to rest on their lorels ahead of what should be a close and competitive 90-minutes at Old Trafford.
- Both Teams to Score: BTTS – Yes @ 3/4 with bet365
- Correct Score: 1-1 Draw @ 8/1 with bet365
- Anytime Goalscorer: Edinson Cavani to Score @ 5/4 with bet365
Both Teams to Score: BTTS – Yes
Both teams have scored in four of the last six meetings between these two clubs. Man Utd have scored in each of their last four games against Everton and the Toffees have only failed to score in two of their last six matches against the Premier League giants. Both teams have scored in three of the home side's last five outings in league and cup, while four of Everton's last six matches in all competitions have also seen both teams score.
Correct Score: 1-1 Draw
Two of the last three league meetings between Man Utd and Everton have ended in 1-1 draws and both teams have scored in four of the duo's last six encounters in all competitions. Under 2.5 goals have been produced in three of the pair's last four matches, including their last head-to-head in December's League Cup quarter-final. United have drawn two of their last five league games and on both of those occasions, under 2.5 goals were scored. Everton's last draw, at home to Leicester, ended 1-1 and both teams have scored in four of the visitor's last six matches.
Anytime Goalscorer: Edinson Cavani
Edinson Cavani has managed to score in each of his two previous appearances against Everton this season and the Uruguayan striker was on target in Man Utd's 9-0 win over the Saints in midweek. Cavani has scored 5-goals in the league so far this season but has only started in six of those games. Even at the age of 33, Cavani offers United a great option upfront, whether that is coming off the bench or leading the line with his experience and knack for being in the right place at the right time.