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Manchester United VS Everton, home win is expected

ENG PRManchester United VS Everton, home win is expected

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Posted Sun, 15 Dec 2019 10:47:50 GMT        

Match Time:12/15/2019 22:00 Sunday(GMT+8)

English Premier League -- Manchester United VS Everton

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Manchester United: Excellent results ( Recent Form: L D W W W )

Ole Gunnar Solskjær has again received some credit with Manchester United. The Norwegian manager was under pressure for Manchester United last Wednesday's game with Tottenham Hotspur and if he had then lost - or three days later in the game against Manchester City - with Manchester United, he would probably have been fired. Solskjær, however, beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 and saw that three days later in the Manchester Derby his team was also too strong for Manchester City 1-2. As a result of those two wins, Manchester United has once again climbed a number of places in the rankings. On Thursday-evening, The Red Devils won their third game in a row. After Tottenham and Manchester City, AZ was also beaten by Manchester United: 4-0. It was a duel in the Europa League, Manchester United was sure to hibernate, and so Solskjær chose to give a lot of substitutes and talents the chance. The Norwegian didn't regret it, because the substitutes and talents left the field with a 4-0 win. Between the 53rd and the 64th minute Manchester United found a goal four times and it showed once again that there is still a difference between the top of the Premier League and the (sub) top of the Eredivisie.


Everton: No new trainer yet ( Recent Form: W L L L W )

With Duncan Ferguson, Everton also has an interim manager at the helm against Manchester United. Ferguson remains that until Marcel Brands - probably in the short term - has found a successor for the last week's dismissed Marco Silva. The Portuguese recently landed with Everton in the relegation zone and the club could fire little but Silva. As is often the case in football, an interim manager immediately won his first game: Ferguson took three points last weekend with Everton in the home match against Chelsea. At Goodison Park, The Toffees were 3-1 too strong for The Blues due to two goals by Dominic Calvert-Lewin and one by Richarlison. The Brazilian winger had already given Everton the lead after five minutes against Chelsea and Calvert-Lewin was twice accurate on behalf of The Toffees after the break. It was only the third victory for Everton in the last twelve league matches, so that three point also came in the name of Ferguson. The fact is, of course, that Everton does not have such a poor selection as the ranking suggests, but the biggest question remains who will become Silva's successor. Carlo Ancelotti was fired this week at Napoli and the name of Ancelotti sings around as one of the possible successors to Silva.



After all, it looks like having achieved an impressive victory in the past matches has helped Manchester United receive a higher rating from the experts. In fact, Everton also had to lose in 4/5 matches away from the nearest home and this helped me have a greater confidence in the victory for the Old Trafford team, especially when they still winning in both previous games against Everton.


Manchester United VS Everton

Handicap Pick: Manchester United  -0.5


Manchester United VS Everton, home win is expected

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