Following on from Aston Villa v West Ham, Super Sunday continues with Man Utd v Everton, as Paddy Power release the latest odds and a new free bets offer on all the action.
The fixture at Old Trafford really lives up to its billing as a ‘Super Sunday’ encounter as both these sides look to be in great form coming into this clash at Old Trafford.
This encounter proved to be one of the games of the season last time out as it ended in a 4-4 draw and we could be in for a similar treat come 4pm as both these sides have everything to play for.
United led 4-2 at one stage as well and this was the game they look back on as costing them the title.
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Sir Alex Ferguson’s men are in a very strong position right now though as they are nine points clear at the top and he will be expecting another victory on Sunday afternoon.
The Red Devils do look like the strongest team in the top flight this campaign and last time out at Fulham, they were 1-0 winners, but were far from at their best. As we know, that is the sign of a team that can be champions.
United have to be on top of their game in this one though as Everton are a team that can cause real problems and have already beaten the league-leaders at Goodison Park back in August.
It is all about Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie at the moment and it seems as though if one of them doesn’t score, then the other will. Rooney is the man in form as he has scored three goals in his last two Premier League matches and was on the score-sheet against Brazil for England on Wednesday evening.
Ferguson’s men are in fantastic form as they haven’t lost in the top flight since November, so should come into this one full of confidence and with another three points on their minds.
They are at 3/4 to win here.
Everton are in need of a result though as they could be six points adrift of a Champions League spot by the time this one kicks-off.
Despite coming back from 3-1 down at home to Aston Villa last time out and drawing the match 3-3, David Moyes would have seen it as two points dropped.
If the Toffees had of won on Saturday, they could have come into this one with the pressure slightly off, but now they know how important a result is. A victory for Everton is at 9/2
After beating United earlier in the campaign though, the Merseyside outfit should be in good spirits and if Marouane Fellaini puts in a similar performance to the one he did in the reverse fixture, Everton certainly have a chance here.
The Belgian is a real handful when at his best and if the ever-impressive Leighton Baines gets his delivery spot-on, Moyes’ men could have some joy from set-pieces on Sunday afternoon.
Baines is sure deliver the ball at pace and close to David de Gea as that is the kind of ball that the Spaniard struggles to deal with.
The left-back is good value at 6/1 to provide an assist at anytime.
When these two meet, a cracking 90 minutes of action is all but guaranteed and that certainly looks to be the case this time out. Don’t miss a moment of the action from 4PM on Sunday.