Everton welcome Manchester United to Goodison Park in a huge clash directly after the international break.
Everton drew 1-1 with Liverpool last time out and they are currently seventh in the table having gone on an impressive recent run.
As for United, they lost 3-0 to Arsenal two weeks ago in a match where they were caught cold in the first half and manager Louis van Gaal will be desperate to put things right against the Toffees.
That will be easier said than done, however, with Everton having more than enough quality to inflict back-to-back defeats on United.
Expect a tight encounter that really could go either way, but considering Everton have won three successive home wins against United they will be quietly confident of making it four.
At home United look far more solid but away from Old Trafford it is a different story and van Gaal will have had two weeks to ensure the Arsenal debacle was a one off.
- Tim Howard
- Seamus Coleman
- Brendan Galloway
- Phil Jagielka
- John Stones
- Ross Barkley
- Gareth Barry
- Aaron Lennon
- James McCarthy
- Romelu Lukaku
- Steven Naismith
Substitutes: Joel Robles, Tyias Browning, Ramiro Funes Mori, Kevin Mirallas, Leon Osman, Gerard Deulofeu, Arouna Koné.
- David de Gea
- Matteo Darmian
- Phil Jones
- Marcos Rojo
- Chris Smalling
- Ander Herrera
- Juan Mata
- Morgan Schneiderlin
- Bastian Schweinsteiger
- Anthony Martial
- Wayne Rooney
Substitutes: Sam Johnstone, Daley Blind, Michael Carrick, Marouane Fellaini, Jesse Lingard, Andreas Pereira, Memphis Depay.
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