Man Utd v Everton live stream, betting odds and match preview as United look decent price

Latest Man Utd v Everton live streaming news to watch online, plus betting odds and match preview as Manchester United look more than a decent shout.

Manchester United host Everton this lunchtime, with both sides yet to really get going this term.

United go into the game on the back of a much needed Premier League win over West Ham United.

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Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie had the Reds 2-0 up, before Diafra Sakho pulled one back for the visitors.

Rooney was dismissed in the second half, putting United under immense pressure, but they held on for just a second league win.

Everton earned two draws last week thanks to late equalisers in both the Premier League and Europa League.

liverpool-v-everton-live-streamPhil Jagielka’s superb long range effort earned a 1-1 draw away to their city rivals Liverpool, after Steven Gerrard had given the hosts the lead.

In Europe they were dominated by FC Krasnodar, however Samuel Eto’o earned a late point for the Blues.

Last season Everton did the double over Manchester United, including a surprise 1-0 win at Old Trafford thanks to a Bryan Oviedo winner.

Manchester United W2 D2 L2 – Top Scorer: Wayne Rooney (3)
Everton W1 D3 L2 – Top Scorer: Steven Naismith (3)

Team news
Manchester United will be without the suspended Wayne Rooney and injured Ander Herrera for Sundays game.

Juan Mata and Darren Fletcher are the favourites to come in for the missing pair, although Adnan Januzaj will be hoping to get a nod.

Paddy McNair looks set to miss out, despite an impressive showing against West Ham, with Tyler Blackett or Phil Jones to return.

Kevin Mirallas has been ruled out of the match through injury and Christian Atsu and Leon Osman will battle it out his spot.

John Stones looks set to again start ahead of the experienced Sylvain Distin, having impressed when selected this season.

Roberto Martinez is likely to recall the likes of Gareth Barry, Steven Naismith and Romelu Lukaku after their missed the Europa League draw.

Manchester United (4-3-1-2): De Gea; Rafael, Blackett, Rojo, Shaw; Di Maria, Blind, Fletcher; Mata; van Persie, Falcao
Everton (4-2-3-1): Howard; Coleman, Stones, Jagielka, Baines; McCarthy, Barry; Atsu, Naismith, McGeady; Lukaku

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