Manchester United v Everton FC: Starting Teams

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Updated: December 4, 2013

We have the starting teams from Manchester United v Everton FC, David Moyes will be hoping to have a winning start against his old side.

Teams:

Manchester United:  De Gea; Rafael, Vidic, Smalling, Evra; Valencia, Fellaini, Giggs, Kagawa, Welbeck; Rooney

Everton FC: Howard/ Coleman Distin Jagielka Oviedo/McCarthy Barry/Mirrallas Barkley Pienaar/Lukaku

Head-to-head

  • Everton’s last victory at Old Trafford came in the first Premier League encounter between the two sides in August 1992. The Toffees ran out 3-0 winners courtesy of goals from Peter Beardsley, Mo Johnston and Robert Warzycha.
  • Manchester United have won 16 of their 21 Premier League home games against Everton, with four matches drawn.
  • The Red Devils have scored more goals against Everton (84) than they have against any other Premier League side.

Manchester United

  • United’s tally of 22 points after 13 matches is their lowest since 2004-05 (21 points). They went on to finish that season third.
  • Wayne Rooney is one shy of 150 Premier League goals for Manchester United. Only Thierry Henry has scored more for a single club (175 for Arsenal).
  • Rooney has been directly involved in 59% of United’s league goals this season, scoring eight and assisting five.
  • Robin van Persie has scored six goals and assisted five more in 10 Premier League starts against Everton.
  • On Wednesday, Ryan Giggs could become the fourth outfield player to feature in a Premier League match aged 40, following in the footsteps of Teddy Sheringham, Gordon Strachan and Kevin Phillips.


Everton

  • The Toffees have won two of their last 14 away league games (W2, D7, L5).
  • Everton have allowed fewer shots on target against them away from home than any other team in the top flight this season (16).
  • Romelu Lukaku is one of three players to have scored a Premier League hat-trick against Manchester United (along with Dirk Kuyt and David Bentley).

4th December                                                              Home  Draw   Away

Arsenal v Hull                                                              1/5       6/1       14/1

Liverpool v Norwich                                                    1/4       5/1       11/1

Man United v Everton                                                 4/6       29/10   17/4

Southampton v Aston Villa                                          4/6       11/4     9/2

Stoke v Cardiff                                                                        21/20   23/10   19/10

Sunderland v Chelsea                                                 11/2     16/5     8/15

Swansea v Newcastle                                                  6/5       12/5     12/5

Fulham v Tottenham                                                   5/1       14/5     8/13

West Brom v Man City                                               5/1       3/1       6/10

Wednesday’s Premier League Home Comforts

Arsenal – Liverpool – Man United – Southampton all to win – 7/2

Wednesday’s Premier League Away The Lads

Chelsea – Tottenham – Man City all to win – 10/3    

2013/14 Premier League Outright

Man City 17/10

Arsenal 5/2

Chelsea 7/2

Man United 11/1

Liverpool 11/1

Tottenham 80/1

Everton 100/1

Southampton 300/1

EW 1/3 1, 2

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