United in 15th
Struggling Manchester United travel to Everton on Saturday in need of a win before the international break.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are 15th in the table after seven points from six games. It is their lowest points tally at this stage since 2013/14.
United will be looking to win their first game in three after losing their last two matches in all competitions, against Istanbul Basaksehir and Arsenal.
Everton beaten in last two games
Everton have also lost their past two games after an unbeaten start to the season. They were beaten 2-1 by Newcastle last weekend after a 2-0 defeat to Southampton the week before.
The Red Devils will need to monitor Alex Telles’ condition after missing the last few matches due to testing positive for COVID-19. Anthony Martial is available again after a three-match ban.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 5, 2020
Lucas Digne is set to return after missing last week’s game due to suspension. Richarlison will serve the final game of his three match suspension on Saturday while key creator James Rodriguez could return after missing out last weekend. Midfielder Andre Gomes is also a doubt.
Both fixtures last season between the sides ended in 1-1 draws while Everton are unbeaten against United in their last three matches.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored in the draw at Goodison last season and he grabbed another goal last week to make it eight goals in seven league games for the striker.
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8 – Calvert-Lewin, Son Heung-min
7 – Salah, Vardy
6 – Kane, Wilson, Bamford pic.twitter.com/U19flwXn2E
— Premier League (@premierleague) November 5, 2020