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Manchester United possible 4-2-3-1 lineup to start against Everton #MUNEVE



Manchester United will welcome Everton to Old Trafford in the early kick-off of the Premier League Matchday 7 encounter.

After a strong start to the season, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has seen his side win only two of their last five matches. Manchester United lost to Aston Villa in the Premier League last week, but came from behind to secure a 2-1 victory over Villarreal in the Champions League

Everton are enjoying a good start to the season with four wins and a draw in their first six league games . The Rafael Benitez side are fifth on the Premier League table with only a point separating them from table topper, Liverpool.

Team News

Manchester United 

Harry Maguire will missed the clash after injuring himself against Aston Villa. Luke Shaw was forced off against Villa and he is also major doubt for this clash, but Marcus Rashford has returned to training after undergoing surgery.


Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Seamus Coleman are out of the game. Richarlison, Andre Gomes and Fabian Delph are also unavailable through injury.

Here is Manchester United possible 4-2-3-1 lineup for the game

Goalkeeper & defenders

David de Gea (GK)

David de Gea made many important saves in the win against Villarreal and it looks like he is getting closer to his very best.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka (RB)

Wan-Bissaka missed the midweek game through suspension but he’s available for this game

Victor Lindelof (CB)

Victor Lindelöf started in the midweek and with Harry Maguire still out injured, the Swede is expected to partner with Varane

Raphael Varane (CB) 

The French defender has settled very well since arriving from Real Madrid in the summer. He will be looking to help United get more clean sheets.

Alex Telles (LB)

The Brazilian impressed in the midweek, he scored the equalizer for United from Bruno Fernándes assist and could retain his place with Luke Shaw a doubt for the game

2. Midfielders

Scott McTominay (CM)

Not glamorous but he gives United greater strength and solidity in midfield and the team missed him when he was out injured earlier in the season.

Paul Pogba (CM)

Paul Pogba leads the league with seven assists to his name and will be expected to use his creativity to breakdown what is expected to be a compact Everton side

Bruno Fernandes (AM)

Bruno Fernándes assisted Alex Telles with a clever pass against Villarreal and will look to do much better this time around having missed a late penalty kick against Aston Villa last weekend


Mason Greenwood (RW)

Greenwood has started all Manchester United Premier League games this season and has contributed 5 goals. He should start ahead of Jadon Sancho who is finding his feet since arriving firm Dortmund in the summer.

Cristiano Ronaldo (ST)

Cristiano Ronaldo was the hero in the midweek after scoring a 95th goal to United all three points against Villarreal. The legend has scored 5 goals in 5 appearances since his summer arrival from Juventus. He will look to add to his tally.

Jesse Lingard (LW)

Jesse Lingard hasn’t started a Premier League game for United this season but he deserve to start this game after his contributions from the bench in United last two wins against West Ham and Villarreal.

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