Man Utd vs Everton: Predictions, Betting Tips & Odds
Sunday, October 28, 2018 @11:00 am
Old Trafford, Manchester
Crisis? What crisis? There is a sense of belief again at Old Trafford after United put in a sterling performance away at Chelsea to come within seconds of a famous victory at Stanford Bridge.
However, a draw was still creditable as they prepare to face a side they have a strong record against in Marco Silva’s Everton.
It will not be easy for the home side though as Everton come into the game after recording three straight wins themselves in the Premier League, but the truth of the matter is neither win over Fulham, Leicester and Crystal Palace was wholly convincing.
However, points are all that matters and considering United have beaten the Toffees in five of their last seven (including two draws), we make the Red Devils the best prediction to bring the good times back to Old Trafford in a solid 2-0 home win.
- Manchester United to win to nil is 15/8
The Red Devils have not lost to the Toffees in their last seven meetings in all competitions winning five and drawing two.
Of those five wins, four of them have been to nil including the last two Premier League meetings at Old Trafford.
- A goal after 74:59
Late goals have been the order of the day for Manchester United recently.
Of the nine goals United’s last two games has yielded, five of them have come later than the 70th minute and three of them after 75 minutes.
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Head to Head
Manchester United boast the stronger recent record between the two as mentioned above as they are unbeaten in their last seven in all competitions against the Toffee’s.
Last season Manchester United took all six points against Everton with a 4-0 thumping at Old Trafford and then a comfortable 2-0 win at Goodison Park.
Overall, United have beaten Everton a total of 87 times in all competitions with Everton recording 69 wins and 43 draws registered giving the Red Devils the overall lead in the head to heads.
- Everton thumped United 6-0 in their first ever meeting when the Red Devils were known as Newton Heath back in 1892.
- Everton’s last win at Old Trafford came in a Premier League contest in December 2013 thanks to a narrow 1-0 win.
- Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has kept one clean sheet less than Everton’s Jordan Pickford.
- Everton’s Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson along with United’s former Everton striker Romelu Lukaku have all scored four goals this season.
- Both sides have had a man sent off twice this season.