Everton Set to Upset Manchester United in Saturday's Clash
By Sporthab | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 10 views
Manchester United come into this clash as the Premier League’s top scorers, hardly a surprise after their 9-0 win over Southampton. However, Everton are set to offer a tougher-test than Saints offered in their capitulation on Tuesday.
The Toffees sit only four points shy of the Champions League spots and Carlo Ancelotti’s men will be hoping to boost their top four hopes with a victory at Old Trafford.
Everton have scored in their last seven away games in the league.The visitors have averaged 1.5 goals per away league match
Manchester United have scored 19 times in their last five home league games. United have won by a single goal in eight of their 13 league wins so far
Everton have scored in each of their last seven Premier League trips, while they’ve also notched in all but one of their trips this season. Only United and Leicester have a better away record than Ancelotti’s men, with the visitors averaging 1.5 goals per game on their travels this season.
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