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  • 90’+4′
    Penalty Goal Zlatan Ibrahimović
    Penalty Goal Zlatan Ibrahimović
  • 90’+3′
    Red Card Ashley Williams
    Red card Ashley Williams
Baines throws his body in the way of a Herrera cross and deflects it out for a corner. The set-piece is sent short and worked back over to the Spaniard, but Gueye is there to cut out the danger with a clever tackle from behind.
  • 90′
    And now Ibrahimovic goes close! This time it’s Rashford who swings a delightful ball right on to the head of Ibrahimovic, but the Swedish striker can’t test Robles and instead sends the ball over the top of the crossbar from close range.
  • 90′
    The fourth official has indicated that there will be four minutes of added time.
  • 89′
    Almost a wonderful chance for Fellaini! A looping cross from the right flank sails over the head of Ibrahimovic before falling to Fellaini, but he’s unable to react quickly enough and allows the ball to bounce through his legs.
  • 88′
    Yellow Card Tom Davies
    Bailly dispossesses Calvert-Lewin before charging forward on a determined run, but Davies is there to bring him crashing to the ground with a hefty, and late, sliding challenge.
  • 87′
    Rashford is dispossessed on the edge of the Everton penalty area, allowing the visitors to counter quickly. Calvert-Lewin flies through the middle of the pitch on a great run before sending the ball over to Lukaku on his left, but the pass is a poor one and means that the Belgian is quickly dispossessed.
  • 83′
    Shaw gets himself into a good position over on the left wing and quickly tries to swing a cross into the Everton penalty area. It’s completely overhit though, and the visitors’ defenders are able to watch the ball sail out for a throw-in.
  • 81′
    United are throwing everything they’ve got at Everton, but, no matter what they do, they just can’t seem to find a way through the visitors, who have defended incredibly well all evening long.
  • 80′
    SubstitutionRoss BarkleyDominic Calvert-Lewin
    Everton have made a late substitution, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin coming on to replace Barkley.
  • 79′
    Brilliant defending from Bailly! Once again, Everton hit United on a quick counter-attack through Lukaku over on the right wing. The striker charges down the flank and into the box before looking to shoot, but Bailly dives in front of the Belgian to stop him from doing so.
  • 78′
    Fantastic interception by Shaw! Barkley holds up on the left-hand side of the United penalty area before setting up Gueye over at the far post. It looks as if the midfielder is going to have a tap-in, but Shaw is there to make sure he can’t.
Rojo goes close! Once again, Lingard is presented with an opportunity to send in a cross from the right wing, and this time it finds Rojo in front of goal. The centre-back does well to get his head to the ball but can’t guide it towards Robles, as it instead loops over the top of the crossbar.
Lingard cuts into the right-hand side of the Everton box on a great run before skipping past Baines. He then fizzes a really dangerous pass across the face of goal, but there’s nobody there to meet it and the visitors hold on once again
Yet another cross is thumped into the Everton box, where Williams can only clear the ball as far as Rashford. The youngster takes a quick touch before teeing up Mkhitaryan, who tries to set up Ibrahimovic instead of shooting and brings an end to a promising attacking move.
Another opportunity for Fellaini! Pogba swings a great cross over to the far post, where Robles fumbles the ball under pressure from Ibrahimovic. It bounces out to the edge of the penalty area and finds Fellaini, but the Belgian is closed down by Barry and ends up firing his first-time volley over the top of the crossbar.
Ibrahimovic scores, but it’s ruled out! Herrera picks up the ball just outside of the Everton box and immediately curls a beautiful cross over to Ibrahimovic. The striker pushes his way past his marker before sending a diving header under the body of Robles, but the linesman’s flag is quickly raised for offside.
Fellaini charges into the Everton box as he tries to latch on to a lofted pass fired forward by Mkhitaryan, but Robles reaches it well and is there to cut out the danger at the vital moment.
  • 67′
    SubstitutionKevin MirallasMatthew Pennington
    Mirallas has made way for Matthew Pennington in Everton’s first alteration of the evening.
  • 66′
    Shaw makes a clever run down the left wing and cuts into the Everton penalty area before firing a low cross towards Ibrahimovic, but it’s slightly underhit and is well blocked at the near post before it can find the Swedish striker.
  • 65′
    SubstitutionAshley YoungLuke Shaw
    And the second is Luke Shaw, who takes the place of Young at left-back.
  • 65′
    SubstitutionMichael CarrickHenrikh Mkhitaryan
    United have decided to make a double substitution as they try to find a way back into the game. The first player to come on is Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who replaces Carrick.
  • 64′
    Another chance for Fellaini! United keep pushing plenty of bodies forward as they desperately search for an equaliser, but this time his close-range shot flies straight into the hands of Robles at the near post.
  • 63′
    Great opportunity for Fellaini! The ball pinballs around the Everton box as the visitors struggle to deal with the danger. It eventually drops to Fellaini just outside of the six-yard box, and he does his best to try and out-muscle a group of blue shirts before poking a shot wide of the goal.
  • 61′
    A cross-field lofted pass is fired into the Everton penalty area and does well to pick out Ibrahimovic in a promising position, but, slightly off balance, the striker is unable to control the ball and nods it away from goal.
  • 59′
    Chance for Barry! Everton push forward well over on the right wing before winning themselves a corner. Mirallas steps up and curls a looping cross right on to the head of Barry, but the midfielder is unable to trouble De Gea with his downward header.
  • 57′
    Yellow Card Ashley Young
    It’s all kicking off! The referee plays a drop ball after the game is momentarily stopped due to an injury to Williams. The United players expect Mirallas to fire the ball back to De Gea but the Belgian instead flies forward on a quick run, and he’s clattered into by a very late challenge from Young.
Pogba hits the crossbar! Young’s cross from the set-piece is much better than last time and finds Pogba in front of goal, but the Frenchman’s glancing header ends up crashing off the woodwork after leaving Robles rooted to the spot.
Yellow Card Gareth Barry
Rashford muscles his way past one tackle over on the left flank before flying down the wing on an impressive run, but he’s clattered into by a cynical shoulder-barge from Barry, resulting in another free-kick for the home side.
  • 52′
    Young is bundled over deep down the left wing and wins a free-kick for United in a promising position. It’s poorly hit by the makeshift full-back, however, and sails straight into the hands of Robles at the far post.
  • 51′
    Great defending by Williams! Ibrahimovic drifts out to the right-hand side of the Everton box and quickly fires a low cross towards Marouane Fellaini, but, not for the first time tonight, Williams is there to deal with the danger.
  • 50′
    Carrick cuts inside from the right after linking up well with Herrera, who now seems to be operating as a right-back, and quickly sets up Ibrahimovic, but the striker’s first touch is poor and sends it away from his feet.
  • 48′
    Lukaku holds up the ball well on the halfway line before being bundled over by Bailly, resulting in a free-kick for Everton. It fails to result in a chance on goal for the visitors, however, as it’s easily dealt with by the United back line.
  • 46′
    SubstitutionDaley BlindPaul Pogba
    United have made a substitution during the half-time break, with Blind making way for Paul Pogba. At the moment, it looks as if the hosts are playing with a back three.
  • 46′
    We’re underway once again!
  • It’s been a frustrating evening so far for United, who, like on the weekend, have dominated possession but struggled to cause too many problems for the Everton back line. Robles has been forced into making a couple of good saves to deny long-range efforts but, overall, hasn’t been tested as much as he would have been expecting, whilst, at the other end, the Toffees have impressed on the break, with Lukaku doing really well to hassle Rojo and Bailly when he can.
  • 45’+2′
    Vital tackle by Jagielka! Ibrahimovic receives the ball on the edge of the Everton box and cushions a lovely ball down to Rashford. The youngster meets it well and looks set to unleash a shot, but Jagielka is there to stop the strike from testing Robles with an excellent interception.
  • 45′
    Yellow Card Idrissa Gana Gueye
    Gueye clumsily catches Ibrahimovic from behind and gives away a free-kick just inside the Everton half of the pitch before becoming the first player to receive a yellow card this evening.
  • 45′
    The fourth official has indicated that there will be two minutes of added time.
  • 43′
    United are bossing possession at the moment but are struggling to do much with it. Everton seem happy to sit deep and soak up the pressure before hitting the hosts on the counter, which, so far, they’ve done really well.
  • 41′
    Lukaku breaks into the right-hand side of the Everton penalty area and takes on Rojo. He puts the Argentine under plenty of pressure and forces him into firing the ball out for a throw-in. The centre-back doesn’t look at all happy with De Gea, who he berates for not helping him out.
  • 39′
    Great save by Robles! Carrick shows clever feet as he weaves his way towards the Everton penalty area. He then spins and finds Herrera, who quickly shoots, but the Spaniard’s thumping effort is beaten away by a diving stop from the Everton goalkeeper.
  • 37′
    Big chance for Lukaku! The striker charges through the middle of the pitch and has a great opportunity to set up Mirallas on the edge of the United box, but he decides to go it alone and can’t guide his thumping strike past the outstretched foot of Eric Bailly.
Another attempted Labour attack breaks down and allows Everton to counter quickly. Once again, Lukaku plays an important role in the move before cutting inside and picking out Gueye, who is sloppy in possession and brings a promising attack to a disappointing end.
The game gets underway once again and Everton quickly come out on top. They push forward down the left wing through Baines and Lukaku before Garry tries to square a pass over to Tom Davies, but it’s slightly underhit and fails to find the youngster.
  • 31′
    Things aren’t looking too good for Robles, who clattered with the post as he dived to deny Blind. He seems to be in quite a lot of pain but should be able to continue after receiving medical attention for a few moments.
  • 30′
    Herrera hits the crossbar! United push back once more and win themselves another free-kick, this time just a few yards outside of the box after Mirallas threw Lingard to the ground with a pull around the neck. Blind’s swerving shot from the set-piece is parried away by Robles and down to Herrera, who, from a tight angle, can only hit the woodwork from a few yards out.
Lingard is bundled over from behind whilst battling with Barry and wins United a free-kick in a promising position. Blind steps up and fires a curling cross into the Everton penalty area, but it’s poorly hit and easily headed away by Lukaku.
  • 26′
    Ashley Young is dispossessed midway inside the Everton half of the pitch and the visitors counter quickly. Ross Barkley fires a lovely long-range pass over to Lukaku, who then cuts into the box and takes on Rojo before shooting, but his low strike ends up flying into the side-netting.
  • 24′
    United quickly push forward from the restart as they desperately try to find a way back into the game, but they’re unable to find a way through the sea of blue shirts camped in front of them and, once again, an attempted attacking move comes to nothing.
  • Goal Phil Jagielka
    GOAL! Everton have taken a surprise lead! A swinging corner flies into the middle of the United penalty area and finds Williams, who does really well to reach the ball once again. He heads the ball over to the far post and picks out Jagielka, who out-muscles Rojo before poking a deft shot through the legs of De Gea.
  • 20′
    Chance for Kevin Mirallas! Idrissa Gueye spins past Herrera before being clipped by the Spaniard, resulting in a free-kick for Everton. It’s taken quickly and sent over to Gareth Barry, who then chips a delightful ball up to Mirallas, who sprints into the box before forcing David De Gea into making a smart save at the near post.
Everton push forward on a rare foray down the right flank before winning themselves a corner. It’s swung into the penalty area and finds Williams, who then nods the ball down to Lukaku, but the striker is unable to spin and shoot and is quickly dispossessed.
  • 16′
    What a chance for Rashford! The youngster flies past both Holgate and Williams before latching on to an Ibrahimovic pass inside the penalty area, but he can’t hit the target with his side-footed effort and sends it bouncing wide of the goal before the linesman’s flag is raised for offside.
  • 14′
    Lingard impresses in the middle of the pitch once again as he spins quickly before sprinting towards the Everton box. He’s unable to reach it, however, as Baines dispossesses him with a brilliant sliding tackle from behind.
  • 12′
    Chance for Lingard! Michael Carrick picks up the ball midway inside the Everton half of the pitch and quickly tees up Lingard in an acre of space. The visitors’ midfielders fall asleep momentarily and allow the winger to get a shot away, but his effort ends up swerving several yards wide of the far post.
  • 10′
    Ander Herrera shows good footwork as he weaves his way down the left flank. He does well to tee up Ibrahimovic, who then tries to set up Rashford in front of him, but the poked pass from the Swedish striker is a poor one and can only find Mason Holgate.
United patiently pass the ball around on the halfway line before Marcos Rojo tries to pick out Jesse Lingard with a cross-field pass over to the right flank, but it’s underhit by the Argentine and Leighton Baines is easily able to nod the ball back to Joel Robles.
Early chance for Ibrahimovic! The striker charges past one sliding tackle before penetrating the box and looking to shoot, but just as he’s about to pull the trigger, Ashley Williams dives in front of the Swede to dispossess him with a great interception.
Daley Blind’s low cross is from the left flank is a poor one and fails to result in a chance on goal, with Romelu Lukaku easily able to blast the ball away from danger and up to the halfway line.
After a patient start to the game from both sides skips past Phil Jagielka and shows excellent pace as he flies into the left-hand side of the Everton box. He heads along the byline before trying to set up Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but the visitors’ captain is just about able to get a foot on the ball to send it out for a corner.


We’re off! Everton get us underway, attacking from right to left.


The two sides are making their way out onto the pitch, with just a few minutes to go until kick-off.


  • Meanwhile, Everton boss Ronald Koeman has made two alterations to the team that featured in their last outing, with Matthew Pennington and Dominic Calvert-Lewin making way for Gareth Barry and Kevin Mirallas as they revert to a back four.
  • Jose Mourinho has decided to make three changes to the United side that started the draw against West Brom on the weekend, with Daley Blind, Ander Herrera and Zlatan Ibrahimovic coming into the starting line-up to replace Antonio Valencia, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Marcus Rashford, respectively.
  • Everton substitutes: Stekelenburg, Kenny, Pennington, Williams, Calvert-Lewin, Lookman, Valencia.
  • Everton XI (4-3-3): Robles; Holgate, Jagielka, Williams, Baines; Davies, Barry, Gueye; Mirallas, Lukaku, Barkley.
  • Manchester United substitutes: Romero, Fosu-Mensah, Shaw, Darmian, Pogba, Mkhitaryan, Martial.
  • Manchester United XI (4-3-3): De Gea; Young, Bailly, Rojo, Blind; Herrera, Carrick, Fellaini; Lingard, Ibrahimovic, Rashford.
  • There’s just over 15 minutes left to go until kick-off, so let’s have a look at how the two teams will be lining up this evening…
  • A win for Everton will move them equal on points with United (albeit having played two more games), but that’s something they haven’t managed to pull off at Old Trafford since October 2013. That’s the only one of their last 23 away league meetings against today’s opponents that has resulted in a victory, whilst the most recent game between the two sides ended in a narrow 1-1 draw thanks to a last-minute Leighton Baines penalty.
  • As for Everton, they’ve impressed under the watchful eye of Ronald Koeman this season but were toothless on the weekend, resulting in a disappointing 3-1 defeat away to Liverpool in the Merseyside derby. Things had been going rather well before that, however, thanks to easy wins against West Brom and Hull City, but tonight could prove to be another tough test for the Toffees.
  • Luckily for United, they’re able to call on Zlatan Ibrahimovic once again now that the striker’s three-game ban has been served. The Swede has been sorely missed in front of goal, despite a few struggles of his own, and will join a side that can also welcome back Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba – the latter of whom starts on the substitutes’ bench. With Arsenal sitting just two points behind in sixth place, Jose Mourinho’s men can’t afford another slip up this evening.
  • Saturday’s game against West Bromwich Albion proved to be a rather drab and dreary affair for United, who looked toothless up front and, as a result, struggled to break down a well-organised Baggies back line. The two points that were arguably dropped dealt a big blow to the Red Devils’ hopes of finishing in the top four, and it leaves them desperately needing a victory from tonight’s clash.
  • Good evening and welcome to our live text commentary of today’s Premier League game between Manchester United and Everton at Old Trafford.

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