Everton vs Man Utd: Predictions, Betting Tips & Odds
Sunday, April 21st, 2019, 8:30 am
Goodison Park, Liverpool
Ninth place Everton welcome fifth placed Manchester United to Goodison Stadium for this Premier League tie.
Everton lost 2-0 away to already relegated Fulham on the weekend and that defeat ended a run of three wins in a row for the Toffees. The Blues lost 2-1 to United in Old Trafford earlier in the season but have won three of their last six away games.
Man Utd beat West Ham 2-1 in Old Trafford on Saturday evening thanks to two Paul Pogba penalties – that victory ended a run of two losses in a row after they lost 1-0 to Barcelona in the Champions League and 2-1 to Wolves in the Premier League.
Everton are too far off a Europa League qualification spot and have nothing really left to play for this season, but they have beaten both Chelsea and Arsenal in their last four matches so they will be up for added United to their list of scalps.
Man Utd have a vital Champions League quarter-final second leg tie with Barcelona at the Nou Camp coming up before this game and there minds will be focused on that this week. The Reds lost 1-0 at home in the first game and still have a chance of going through to the semi-final. A 1-1 draw could be a possible outcome.
The draw is available at 5/2
Man Utd have won the last three meetings between the sides, but prior to that there were three draws in a row. Unibet have the draw at 5/2.
Total goals under 2.5 at 10/11
Both sides have been goal-shy as of late and that could be why the bookmakers are offering odds for the under 2.5 goals scored market.
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Head to Head
In the last 179 matches played in all competitions between these sides it is Man Utd who come out on top historically with 82 wins compared to Everton’s 54, and there have been 43 draws.
- Everton have won their last home games in a row, but have won just 10 of their 20 home ties in all competitions this season.
- Man Utd have lost their last three away games in a row, but won their previous nine roads games to give them a record of 13 victories in their 24 matches on their travels in all competitions this term.
- Everton fans haven’t had much to sing about in recent years and the Toffees haven’t been to a final since losing the FA Cup final 2-1 to Chelsea in 2009.
- Man Utd will hoping that they progress past Barcelona in the Champions League and get through to their first Champions League final since losing 3-1 to Barcelona in 2011 – United did however recent lift the Europa League trophy when they beat Ajax 2-0 in the final in 2017.