Manchester United must forget the defeat they have just swallowed from Italian Serie A giants, Juventus in the continuation of the European Champions League Group phase. Because this weekend there is a match that is not less important is waiting, where Jose Mourinho’s squad will face the Marseyside team, Everton on Monday morning, 29 October 2018. The match will take place at Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester.
As we said, Manchester United must forget the defeat of Juventus in the European Champions League. Playing at home in the match, Jose Mourinho’s squad was seen unable to move in front of his own supporters against the Old Lady, they finally swallowed a narrow 0-1 defeat. In fact, it was the second defeat that the Red Devils swallowed in their last five matches in all competitions.
Or in other words, Manchester United found a series of poor results in the last few matches, and of course they had to correct this record. Therefore, the Red Devils must utilize the home match against Everton later as a resurrection momentum to return to the positive path.
But of course, it was never easy to win when dealing with Everton’s classmates. In fact, they are always able to play well in big games like this. Especially the fact that the Toffees managed to win three wins in the last five matches in all competitions, and only swallowed two defeats.
Head to head Matches – Manchester United vs Everton:
02/01/18 Everton 0-2 Manchester United
17/09/17 Manchester United 4-0 Everton
04/04/17 Manchester United 1-1 Everton
04/12/16 Everton 1-1 Manchester United
04/08/16 Manchester United 0-0 Everton
Manchester United’s Last 5 Matches:
10/20/18 Chelsea 2-2 Manchester United
06/10/18 Manchester United 3-2 Newcastle
03/10/18 Manchester United 0-0 Valencia
29/09/18 West Ham 3-1 Manchester United
09/18/18 Manchester United 2-2 Derby Country
Everton’s Last 5 Matches:
06/10/18 Leicester City 1-2 Everton
03/10/18 Everton 1-1 Southampton
29/09/18 Everton 3-0 Fulham
09/23/18 Arsenal 2-0 Everton
09/18/18 Everton 1-3 West Ham
Manchester United: David de Gea, Young, Lindelöf, Smalling, Shaw, Mata, Pogba, Matic, Martial, Lukaku, Rashford.
Everton: Pickford, Zouma, Digne, Kenny, Keane, Bernard, Sigurðsson, Gueye, Davies, Walcott, Richarlison.