Team news for United v Everton

Hope Soto
September 17, 2017

Now Koeman has stressed his side must tighten up at the back or they will be undone by the threat of Lukaku on Super Sunday, live on Sky Sports.

The Englishman knew that such a big decision would draw a lot of questions or criticism, and he revealed that he had taken a lot of advice from the people close to him.

The Frenchman has been one of the best players in the Premier League this season and as well as that being good news for Manchester United, it's also positive for the French national set-up.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan should retain his place in the attacking midfield role while Juan Mata could also start once again on the right after impressing during the early stages of the season.

"I think the stadium will show him that respect that he deserves, I hope, before the match and after the match but not during the match".

Ibrahimovic enjoys a good relationship with United manager Jose Mourinho, who maintained contact with him during his rehabilitation, and the Portuguese decided it was worth offering him a new one year contract last month. He is risky in the box and fast and strong. "If we defend like we have the last few games, maybe it's his afternoon".

Everton manager Ronald Koeman revealed he would hold a meeting with his senior players to try to get their season back on track before the trip to Old Trafford.

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Koeman has rightly said that it is not the right time for shedding frustration, because they can hardly do anything before the next transfer window kicks in.

"It is different in our ball possession if you have a target man in front". I am anxious about what I saw against Atalanta.

Everton's promising start to the season has been derailed in recent weeks following defeats to Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur while a 3-0 defeat to Italian side Atalanta in the Europa League will leave Toffees fans apprehensive going into Sunday's clash with Man United.

Everton are coming off three straight losses across all competitions, and have not scored a single goal during that streak. Yes, he has pace but he's not physically the strongest. But it's too easy to talk about the striker.

Paul Ince is backing Manchester United to beat Everton in what the retired midfielder considers to be "the game of the week".

It is said the Belgium worldwide was Jose Mourinho's first choice target from the start of the summer, after the Griezmann deal fell flat.

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