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News on the Everton vs. Manchester United squad and expected lineups: Crucial chances are earned by Mount and Antony, as goal-averse Rashford leads line

This weekend, Manchester United will go to Everton, where they will continue to be affected by crucial player injuries.

With a diminished roster, the Red Devils want to win three straight games and cause Sean Dyche as much frustration as possible.

This season, Ten Hag has dealt with a number of ailments.

Although they are confident going into this match, Dyche’s team is not feeling too positive following their 10-point deduction during the international break.

The Toffees are now in danger of relegation, and the easiest way to raise optimism at Goodison Park would be to win their first game back.


Only Dele Alli, Andre Gomes, and Seamus Coleman are out by serious ailments for Dyche.

Of course, England’s top goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford, will get the start.

Behind him will be a reasonably composed back four, with Ashley Young, a former Manchester United player, at right back.

The defense is composed of Jarrad Branthwaite, Vitaliy Mykolenko, and James Tarkowski.

Who will play holding with James Garner, who has been a vital component of Everton’s midfield this season, is the question.

After substituting for Amadou Onana at halftime in the team’s most recent 3-2 victory over Crystal Palace, it appears that Idrissa Gueye will be playing.

Given that his team is currently in the bottom three, Dyche needs to reflect.

Since then, Onana has left the Belgium team due to a calf injury; therefore, it’s possible that he won’t start this weekend.

The Toffees’ top scorer, Abdoulaye Doucoure, will be positioned behind the striker, with Jack Harrison and Dwight McNeil on the wings.

And Dominic Calvert-Lewin will be that offensive player.

The big man has had injury problems the entire season and hasn’t played a full ninety minutes since his most recent comeback.

He will, however, play a significant role and is getting closer to being fully fit.



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Man United’s injury list keeps getting longer, which affects them on the field.

In addition to Tyrell Malacia, Christian Eriksen, Casemiro, Lisandro Martinez, Jonny Evans, and Eriksen, Rasmus Hojlund is also doubtful.

Although Luke Shaw is back in training, the left defender probably shouldn’t play in this match.

While playing for his country, goalkeeper Andre Onana also suffered a knock, although he is anticipated to return to the starting lineup.

With Raphael Varane out of the picture, Aaron Wan-Bissaka should start at right back again, with Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof occupying the center of defense.

Sergio Reguilon may be benched if Diogo Dalot moves to left back.

Mount might get the start following Eriksen’s injury.

With Eriksen and Casemiro out, Ten Hag has a problem in the middle of the field.

With an injury against Luton, Eriksen had to be substituted, and he went with Mason Mount instead of Sofyan Amrabat.

That suggests that Mount will once more begin this time with Amrabat as a sub.

Without a doubt, Alejandro Garnacho will start at wide while captain Bruno Fernandes will start.

Hojlund’s fitness is in doubt, thus Marcus Rashford, who started well the last time out, is probably going to go into the striker position.

While Rashford scored 30 goals in all competitions the previous season, he has only scored one so far this year.

Antony will therefore return to the starting lineup as a winger.









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