Everton v Man Utd - Sat 17th Oct - 15:00

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If we play like we always do then we'll lose heavily again. This isn't the fixture for lethargic passing, Everton will attack with ferocity as soon as we slip up.
 

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Big game for two mid table rivals. Logically Everton should win this but don't rule out a lucky goal or two by United. If I had to put a bet I would go for 2-1 Everton win.
 

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Everton will blitz past us like Arsenal did if we set up like we did at the Emirates. It's so important that Schneiderlin starts, van Gaal doesn't seem to fully trust him yet which is odd, he should be starting every game, especially the tough away ones. On the back four I think it's time to reluctantly put the Smalling-Blind partnership on hold, both have been magnificent but the Shaw injury has really set us back and I don't trust Valencia or Young at FB against the better sides. Blind at LB and Jones alongside Smalling is the way forward for me.
 

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Injured right now but you can't shake the feeling that no matter how well he does Van Gaal is just waiting to put him back on the bench.
 
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Everton will blitz past us like Arsenal did if we set up like we did at the Emirates. It's so important that Schneiderlin starts, van Gaal doesn't seem to fully trust him yet which is odd, he should be starting every game, especially the tough away ones. On the back four I think it's time to reluctantly put the Smalling-Blind partnership on hold, both have been magnificent but the Shaw injury has really set us back and I don't trust Valencia or Young at FB against the better sides. Blind at LB and Jones alongside Smalling is the way forward for me.
As long as Schweinsteiger doesn't start, you're in with a chance. I don't think Everton away is classed as a big game so Depay should turn up. 2-0 United.
 

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After spending over 250 million, it is ridiculous how LVG hasn't made that united team strong enough to beat nothing teams like Everton. Scheniderlin and herrera is a must if United want to win.
 
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After spending over 250 million, it is ridiculous how LVG hasn't made that united team strong enough to beat nothing teams like Everton. Scheniderlin and herrera is a must if United want to win.
With Liverpool not being able to beat Everton after spending £300,000,000, yikes...awkward.
 

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After spending over 250 million, it is ridiculous how LVG hasn't made that united team strong enough to beat nothing teams like Everton. Scheniderlin and herrera is a must if United want to win.
Yet he's walloped Liverpool every time.
 

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