Reasons Why Everton Will Be A Hard Nut To Crack For Manchester United
By Malelah | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 0 views
Everton will be visiting Old Trafford today to meet Manchester United for the second leg match for 2020/21 season. Manchester United won against them in their first leg meeting and today Everton might revenge against United.
During their first meeting Everton were lacking their key players, Yeri Mina and James Rodriguez were all absent on that day against Manchester United and today they are all available for Everton. This will be interesting match to watch.
Everton also has lost their two consecutive league matches and they are on the verge of redeeming themselves against Manchester United when they will be clashing today at Old Trafford.
Calvert Lewin, Everton hit man will be available today and if Ole gunner started with Victor Lindelof in the defence, then Calvert Lewin with his height will win all aerial balls and score them.
Against all odds, Everton might pull a surprise against Manchester United today.
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