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Manchester United vs Everton prediction 2024-03-09

Manchester United
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2024-03-09
Winner
Manchester United
Everton
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Probability of win
Manchester United — 58.3%
Draw — 21.2%
Everton — 20.5%
Our Prediction
Winner: Manchester United;
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Manchester United will look to recover from a heart-breaking loss in the Manchester derby when they face Everton in Saturday’s matinee. The Red Devils suffered yet another dip in form, but a win over Everton will see them stay in the Europa League race. Morocco midfielder Sofyan Amrabat is pushing for a start, while all Mason Mount, Anthony Martial, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Lisandro Martinez, Luke Shaw, Rasmus Hojlund, and Harry Maguire remain in the recovery room.

The Toffees, on the other hand, experienced all sorts of problems at the back in a 3-1 loss to West Ham and even though Man Utd head into the match with a severely-weakened squad, home win should be considered.

Prediction: 2-1 (Manchester United)

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Both to score
Yes
58.53%
No
41.47%
Total
More 2.5
More 3.5
Less 2.5
Less 3.5
60.9%
38.6%
39.1%
61.4%
Individual total
More 0.5
More 1.5
Less 0.5
Less 1.5
Manchester United
86.9%
60.2%
13.1%
39.8%
Everton
67.4%
30.8%
32.6%
69.1%
Correct score
0:0
0:1
0:2
0:3
0:4
1:0
1:1
1:2
1:3
1:4
4.3%
4.8%
2.7%
1%
0.3%
8.7%
9.7%
5.5%
2%
0.6%
2:0
2:1
2:2
2:3
2:4
3:0
3:1
3:2
3:3
3:4
8.8%
9.9%
5.5%
2.1%
0.6%
6%
6.7%
3.7%
1.4%
0.4%
Manchester United Everton
Games 38 38
Wins 18 13
Losses 14 16
Draws 6 9
Goals 57 40
Goals per game 1.5 1.1
Conceded per game 1.5 1.3
Attacks 94.3 96.6
Corners per game 5.9 4.8
Yellow cards per game 2.2 2.2
Fouls per game 10.5 12
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Premier League
Team Games Win. Draws Lost Goals Points
Manchester City 38 28 7 3 96:34 91
Arsenal 38 28 5 5 91:29 89
Liverpool 38 24 10 4 86:41 82
Aston Villa 38 20 8 10 76:61 68
Tottenham Hotspur 38 20 6 12 74:61 66
Chelsea 38 18 9 11 77:63 63
Manchester United 38 18 6 14 57:58 60
Newcastle United 38 18 6 14 85:62 60
West Ham United 38 14 10 14 60:74 52
Crystal Palace 38 13 10 15 57:58 49
AFC Bournemouth 38 13 9 16 54:67 48
Brighton & Hove Albion 38 12 12 14 55:62 48
Everton 38 13 9 16 40:51 48
Fulham 38 13 8 17 55:61 47
Wolverhampton Wanderers 38 13 7 18 50:65 46
Brentford 38 10 9 19 56:65 39
Nottingham Forest 38 9 9 20 49:67 36
Top scorers
Manchester United
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B. Fernandes (10)
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R. Højlund (10)
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M. Rashford (7)
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A. Ferreyra (7)
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S. McTominay (7)
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K. Mainoo (3)
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J. Dalot Teixeira (2)
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H. Maguire (2)
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C. Dannemann Eriksen (1)
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A. Martial (1)
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C. Casimiro (1)
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R. Varane (1)
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H. Mejbri (1)
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V. Nilsson Lindelöf (1)
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M. Mount (1)
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A. dos Santos (1)
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A. Traoré (1)
Everton
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A. Doucouré (7)
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D. Calvert-Lewin (7)
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J. Harrison (3)
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D. McNeil (3)
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N. Bercique Gomes Betuncal (3)
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J. Branthwaite (3)
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V. Mykolenko (2)
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I. Gueye (2)
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A. Mvom Onana (2)
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J. Tarkowski (1)
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A. Groeneveld (1)
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J. Garner (1)
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M. Keane (1)
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L. Dobbin (1)
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A. Tavares Gomes (1)
Top assists
Manchester United
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B. Fernandes
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A. Ferreyra
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J. Dalot Teixeira
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C. Dannemann Eriksen
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C. Casimiro
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R. Højlund
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A. Wan-Bissaka
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M. Rashford
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H. Maguire
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F. Pellistri Rebollo
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V. Nilsson Lindelöf
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L. Martínez
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L. Shaw
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J. Evans
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S. McTominay
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A. dos Santos
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K. Mainoo
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A. Traoré
Everton
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D. McNeil
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J. Harrison
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A. Doucouré
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J. Garner
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N. Patterson
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D. Calvert-Lewin
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J. Tarkowski
Premier League Manchester United Everton
Number of matches 0 38 38
Average win rate (%) 0 47.4 34.2
Goals per match 0 1.5 1.1
Yellow per match 0 2.2 2.2
Corners per match 0 5.9 4.8
Home goals per match 0 1.6 1.2
Away goals per match 0 1.4 1
Player rating 0 6.9 6.8

A Tale of Two Teams: Manchester United and Everton's Historic Journey

Known for their rich histories, Manchester United and Everton, have etched their names into soccer lore. These two teams have illustrious pasts that have shaped the landscape of English football. This article will delve into the histories of Manchester United and Everton, exploring their achievements, key players, and iconic moments.

Manchester United: The Red Giants

Manchester United, one of the world's most famous football clubs, was founded in 1878 as Newton Heath LYR Football Club. It wasn't until 1902 that they became Manchester United. The club started its life in North East Manchester but moved to its now-iconic Old Trafford stadium in 1910.

Under the helm of Sir Matt Busby, Manchester United joined the football elite, developing a flair for attacking football. The club's history was tragically marred by the Munich Air Disaster in 1958, which claimed the lives of eight players. However, the club rebounded to win the European Cup ten years later, in 1968- their first of three European triumphs.

The 'Sir Alex Ferguson era' beginning in 1986 brought unprecedented success to the club. Ferguson's reign saw the team secure 13 Premier League titles, 5 FA Cups, and 2 Champions League Trophies. Famous players such as Eric Cantona, David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, and Cristiano Ronaldo have donned the red jersey of Manchester United.

Everton: The Pride of Merseyside

Founded in 1878, Everton is one of the oldest football clubs in England, known for its passionate fan base and stubborn resolve on the pitch. The team's home ground, Goodison Park, stands as one of the most iconic stadiums in English football.

Everton emerged as a powerhouse in English soccer early on, securing their first league title in 1891. To date, they have bagged a total of 9 English League titles, with their last triumph occurring in the 1986-87 season under the management of Howard Kendall. Besides, the team lifted the FA Cup 5 times and won the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1985.

Some players who have significantly contributed to the club's success include Dixie Dean, whose record of 60 goals in a single season still stands, along with players like Neville Southall, Graeme Sharp, and more recently, Wayne Rooney.

Manchester United vs. Everton: A Fierce Rivalry

Matches between Manchester United and Everton are always tantalizing affairs with plenty of drama. Everton's tenacity and resolute defense have often challenged United's attacking prowess, resulting in some of English football's most memorable matches. Though United has had the upper hand in terms of trophies, the Toffees have always proven to be tough competitors.

Wrapping Up

The histories of Manchester United and Everton acknowledge and celebrate their rich and storied pasts. Both these clubs have had a significant influence on English football, producing outstanding players and contributing to memorable games. The legacy of these two great teams continues to promote the values of perseverance, sportsmanship, and drive on and off the playing field. England, and indeed the world, eagerly anticipate the next chapters in their stories.