Two sides desperately in need of a Premier League win meet at Goodison Park on Saturday.
Manchester United have just two victories from their first six games of the season, and go into the weekend languishing in 15th place as well as smarting from an embarrassing midweek defeat in Istanbul in the Champion League on Wednesday.
They go to an Everton side that was setting the pace in the early weeks of the season, but have no wins in their last three games, with their most recent victory coming at the start of October.
With the second international break about to start, both sides will be wanting to sign off with a win.
What time is Everton vs Man Utd?
The first match on Saturday is Everton vs Man Utd, with kick-off at 12.30pm.
Later on, Leeds go to Crystal Palace for Saturday’s 3pm fixture, before Chelsea welcome Sheffield United to Stamford Bridge at 5.30pm.
Manchester City take on Liverpool on Sunday afternoon, while Arsenal are in action on Sunday evening.
Everton vs Man Utd TV channel and live stream
BT Sport will be showing Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off on Merseyside, with coverage starting on BT Sport 1 at 11.30am.
Those with subscriptions can stream the match on the BT Sport app.
Leeds will be in action on BT’s pay-per-view box office channel while Chelsea’s match against Sheffield Utd will be shown by Sky Sports.
Everton vs Man Utd odds
Apparently this is a must-win match for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, if he is to avoid the fate of a predecessor who lost at Goodison Park and then lost his job.
David Moyes did have a central defensive pairing of Chris Smalling and Paddy McNair, mind, trying – and failing – to tame Romelu Lukaku.
Solskjaer's squad is altogether stronger.
Carlo Ancelotti can welcome back Lucas Digne (after suspension) and James Rodriguez (after injury) and they will be needed after two mediocre performances from his side.
Richarlison serves the final match of his three-game ban and has been a big miss.
Everton have never won a match he has missed since he signed for the club, hence a big price of 15/8 with thepools.com for Everton to finally end that sequence.
The draw is 5/2 and United are 7/5.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin, meanwhile, is still 7/2 for first goal and 11/10 anytime and they're far too generous for a player who has scored in eight of the 10 matches he has started this season.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com and subject to change.
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