Everton v Manchester United Betting Preview – Premier League 4th December
So Everton has just one league win in their last eight and Manchester United have one league win in their last seven. So not teams who are running with any kind of form at the moment and this is a big three points up for grabs in this one then at Goodison Park. Everton sit a point behind the Red Devils in the table and the loser of this is going to start losing touch with the top five badly. The Red Devils have won their last two visits to Everton however, they have only won one of their last four away from home this season and take on a Toffees side who have yet to taste defeat on home soil so far in the league this term.
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Everton v Manchester United Betting Tips
So the Toffees have some work to do to pull themselves out of their scrappy form. They have won just one of their last eight league games now, a huge blow after having made such as strong start to the season. They have remained unbeaten at Goodison Park though, which is something in a W3 D3 record so far. Each of their three home draws this season have been by a 1-1 scoreline and a 1-1 correct score at Paddy Power in this one will fetch a price of 6/1. The Toffees have suffered defeat in four of their last five against the Red Devils in all competitions (W1) the most recent coming in the FA Cup semi final last season. That having been said though, Everton have won three of their last four at home in the Premier League against Manchester United, this after winning just three of their previous 20 in the competition beforehand.
Romelu Lukaku has failed to score in six games against Manchester United (for Everton) in the league but he is up at a a price of 6/4 in the anytime goalscorer market for this game. Everton have outrun their opponents on just one occasion this season (vs Swansea); a league-low and they have looked like a real work in progress lately, the pieces of the puzzle not quite coming together. Each of the last three meetings between them at Goodison Park have gone over 2.5 goals so it may be worth a flutter on that at a quote of even money at Paddy Power. This would be a big three points for Everton because it would give them a two point advantage over the Red Devils in the league standings. They are carrying the home form at least to avoid defeat and Manchester United had to go through a League Cup quarter final in midweek as well. The Toffees need a break, will that extra effort by United be one for them?
This is Manchester United’s worst start to a Premier League season after 13 games, collecting just 20 points. That just goes to show how out of form they are at the moment with a W1 D6 L1 in their last eight league games. That is a tremendous amount of drawn matches which equates to a lot of dropped points. Out on the road they have won just one of their last four games in the Premier League now, that coming in their last road trip which was at Swansea at the start of November. Wayne Rooney is suspended for this one and Zlatan Ibrahimovic is up at 11/10 in the anytime goalscorer market for the visitors here with Marcus Rashford at 15/8. Anthony Martial netted a brace against West Ham in the cup in midweek and is 15/8 also to score. The Red Devils have won at Goodison Park on 15 occasions in the Premier League; at no other away venue have they won more often in competition history, but they have had their struggles there recently.
Everton v Manchester United Betting Odds
Everton 23/10, Draw 1/25, Manchester United 23/20
Everton v Manchester United Predictions
Everton were dominated at Southampton last weekend, while Manchester United dominated West Ham at Old Trafford and still couldn’t win. This is a real toss up of a game because neither of them are in form. Everton are unbeaten at home this season with a good record at Goodison Park but they are looking a bit disjointed at the moment. Manchester United continue to cut a frustrating figure so it is probably just worth settling on the draw under 2.5 goals for this one on Sunday.