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Focus paramount for United as climax draws near : MU vs Everton

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Manchester United have dropped only two points at home all season while Everton have won their last two on the road.

Manchester United Team News

United boss Sir Alex Ferguson will check the fitness of leading scorer Dimitar Berbatov before deciding whether to include the Bulgarian in his plans.

Berbatov missed Tuesday's goalless draw at Newcastle with a minor groin strain and with the Champions League semi-final first leg clash with Schalke looming, with Ferguson will not want to take any chances even though United are looking to avoid failing to score in three successive games for the first time since 2007.

Paul Scholes serves the second game of a three-match ban and Darren Fletcher (virus) is still out but full-back Rafael (hamstring) returns.

Everton Team News

Key pair Mikel Arteta and Tim Cahill could return. Arteta has missed four games with a hamstring injury while Cahill has been troubled by a foot problem for the past month.

Midfielder John Heitinga is doubtful after hobbling out of last week's win over Blackburn with a hamstring injury.

Jack Rodwell and Seamus Coleman are both pushing to start after substitute appearances last week but Louis Saha and Marouane Fellaini are long-term absentees.

Squad :

Manchester United: Van der Sar, Kuszczak, Rafael, O'Shea, Brown, Ferdinand, Smalling, Vidic, Evans, Evra, Fabio, Valencia, Gibson, Anderson, Park, Carrick, Giggs, Nani, Rooney, Berbatov, Hernandez, Owen.

Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Coleman, Osman, Rodwell, Neville, Bilyaletdinov, Beckford, Arteta, Cahill, Gueye, Anichebe, Mustafi, Baxter, Vellios, Forshaw, McAleny, Nsiala, Mucha.


Everton celeb v Manchester United

Mikel Arteta's injury-time goal secured a 3-3 draw for Everton against Manchester United in September

When Manchester United conceded two stoppage time goals at Goodison Park in September - the second successive away game in which they had thrown away three points in the dying seconds - it appeared as though their bid to regain the Premier League title may have been over before it had really begun. The 3-3 draw when Chelsea were looking down from the summit, dismantling each team that dared step out in front of them with consumate ease.

How times have changed. Now, United are top of the table and even a goalless draw against Newcastle could not dampen spirits at Old Trafford. Sir Alex Ferguson's side are still six points clear of Chelsea and Arsenal with five games remaining and a victory against Everton will extend it to nine before their rvials have even taken to the field. United's home record this season has been nothing short of incredible: unbeaten in 16 and having taken 43 points out of a possible 45, it is perhaps easier to see why they are favourites to win a 19th title.

But Everton should certainly not be underestimated. Though they have won just once at United in 19 years - a 3-0 victory in the sides' very first meeting in the Premier League era in August 1992 - the Toffees are currently second in the Premier League form table, with only Chelsea ahead of them. Despite being ravaged by injuries, David Moyes' charges are unbeaten in seven and have won six of their last nine. Having been in the relegation zone in November, Everton have turned their season around and are now just two points behind sixth-placed Liverpool and a potential Europa League spot.

Everton will fancy their chances even more as United will surely have one eye on next Tuesday's Champions League semi-final first leg in Schalke. Rio Ferdinand and Ryan Giggs are likely to be rested, though boyhood EvertonianWayne Rooney will almost certainly be given the nod to take on his former club. Should he play, there is a good chance that Everton captain and ex-RedPhil Neville may be asked to do a man-marking job on the England forward.

The early kick-off certainly gives United a chance to make a statement of intent before their rivals play, but Moyes' team have spirit in abundance and there will be no walkover for the home side.

Manchester United player to watch: Anderson. With Paul Scholes suspended and Giggs likely to be rested, the Brazilian should line up for a second successive start for the first time in two months. His surging runs and incisive link-up play will be vital if United are to unlock as Toffess' defence that has not been breached in the last two games and though he has struggled to find his feet this season, Anderson now has the opportunity to force his way into Ferguson's plans ahead of several impeding high-profile encounters.

Everton player to watch: Jermaine Beckford. His brother, Travis, won the first series of reality TV show Wayne Rooney's Street Striker , but the elder Beckford will not feel he has anything to prove to the Manchester United star. As recently as February 26, they had both scored the same number of Premier League goals (6), though since then Rooney has added four while Beckford has scored just one. The Everton frontman oozes self-confidence, nonetheless, and will certainly back himself to demonstrate his pace, anticipation and finishing at Old Trafford, where he scored a famous winner for Leeds United in last year's FA Cup third round.

Key Battle: Antonio Valencia v Leighton Baines. Some players never return to their best after serious injuries, but Valencia is certainly not one of those. He has settled seamlessly back into the side since making his comeback last month and his electric pace, neat passing and pinpoint crossing have added an exciting new dimension to United's attack just in time for the run-in. His battle against marauding full-back Baines will be waged the length of the pitch and the Ecuadorian will be required to do his share of tracking to quell the threat of the Everton man's sweet left-foot, which is as dangerous from open play as it is at set-pieces. Baines has been in devastating form this season and has contributed 11 assists and four goals in the Premier League.

Trivia: Everton's visit to Old Trafford in February 2001 saw neither team manage a single shot on target during the whole game, though United won 1-0 courtesy of a Steve Watson own goal.

Stats: Manchester United have won 12 Premier League home games in a row - the third time they have reached that total - but they have never made it 13.

Odds: Manchester United (1.44), Everton (7.50) and the draw (4.32) are on offer at bet365, while United to win by a single goal is at 3.40.

Prediction: Ferguson may have the Champions League clash with Schalke on his mind, but he knows the importance of sending out a message by winning the weekend's first game. His side will do just that, though the victory will be a narow one.

My Prediction : Manchester United (2) - Everton (0). Glory2 Manchester United!!!!!

Credit : [espn.soccernet]

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Focus paramount for United as climax draws near : MU vs Everton



Manchester United have dropped only two points at home all season while Everton have won their last two on the road.

Manchester United Team News

United boss Sir Alex Ferguson will check the fitness of leading scorer Dimitar Berbatov before deciding whether to include the Bulgarian in his plans.

Berbatov missed Tuesday's goalless draw at Newcastle with a minor groin strain and with the Champions League semi-final first leg clash with Schalke looming, with Ferguson will not want to take any chances even though United are looking to avoid failing to score in three successive games for the first time since 2007.

Paul Scholes serves the second game of a three-match ban and Darren Fletcher (virus) is still out but full-back Rafael (hamstring) returns.

Everton Team News

Key pair Mikel Arteta and Tim Cahill could return. Arteta has missed four games with a hamstring injury while Cahill has been troubled by a foot problem for the past month.

Midfielder John Heitinga is doubtful after hobbling out of last week's win over Blackburn with a hamstring injury.

Jack Rodwell and Seamus Coleman are both pushing to start after substitute appearances last week but Louis Saha and Marouane Fellaini are long-term absentees.

Squad :

Manchester United: Van der Sar, Kuszczak, Rafael, O'Shea, Brown, Ferdinand, Smalling, Vidic, Evans, Evra, Fabio, Valencia, Gibson, Anderson, Park, Carrick, Giggs, Nani, Rooney, Berbatov, Hernandez, Owen.

Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Coleman, Osman, Rodwell, Neville, Bilyaletdinov, Beckford, Arteta, Cahill, Gueye, Anichebe, Mustafi, Baxter, Vellios, Forshaw, McAleny, Nsiala, Mucha.


Everton celeb v Manchester United

Mikel Arteta's injury-time goal secured a 3-3 draw for Everton against Manchester United in September

When Manchester United conceded two stoppage time goals at Goodison Park in September - the second successive away game in which they had thrown away three points in the dying seconds - it appeared as though their bid to regain the Premier League title may have been over before it had really begun. The 3-3 draw when Chelsea were looking down from the summit, dismantling each team that dared step out in front of them with consumate ease.

How times have changed. Now, United are top of the table and even a goalless draw against Newcastle could not dampen spirits at Old Trafford. Sir Alex Ferguson's side are still six points clear of Chelsea and Arsenal with five games remaining and a victory against Everton will extend it to nine before their rvials have even taken to the field. United's home record this season has been nothing short of incredible: unbeaten in 16 and having taken 43 points out of a possible 45, it is perhaps easier to see why they are favourites to win a 19th title.

But Everton should certainly not be underestimated. Though they have won just once at United in 19 years - a 3-0 victory in the sides' very first meeting in the Premier League era in August 1992 - the Toffees are currently second in the Premier League form table, with only Chelsea ahead of them. Despite being ravaged by injuries, David Moyes' charges are unbeaten in seven and have won six of their last nine. Having been in the relegation zone in November, Everton have turned their season around and are now just two points behind sixth-placed Liverpool and a potential Europa League spot.

Everton will fancy their chances even more as United will surely have one eye on next Tuesday's Champions League semi-final first leg in Schalke. Rio Ferdinand and Ryan Giggs are likely to be rested, though boyhood EvertonianWayne Rooney will almost certainly be given the nod to take on his former club. Should he play, there is a good chance that Everton captain and ex-RedPhil Neville may be asked to do a man-marking job on the England forward.

The early kick-off certainly gives United a chance to make a statement of intent before their rivals play, but Moyes' team have spirit in abundance and there will be no walkover for the home side.

Manchester United player to watch: Anderson. With Paul Scholes suspended and Giggs likely to be rested, the Brazilian should line up for a second successive start for the first time in two months. His surging runs and incisive link-up play will be vital if United are to unlock as Toffess' defence that has not been breached in the last two games and though he has struggled to find his feet this season, Anderson now has the opportunity to force his way into Ferguson's plans ahead of several impeding high-profile encounters.

Everton player to watch: Jermaine Beckford. His brother, Travis, won the first series of reality TV show Wayne Rooney's Street Striker , but the elder Beckford will not feel he has anything to prove to the Manchester United star. As recently as February 26, they had both scored the same number of Premier League goals (6), though since then Rooney has added four while Beckford has scored just one. The Everton frontman oozes self-confidence, nonetheless, and will certainly back himself to demonstrate his pace, anticipation and finishing at Old Trafford, where he scored a famous winner for Leeds United in last year's FA Cup third round.

Key Battle: Antonio Valencia v Leighton Baines. Some players never return to their best after serious injuries, but Valencia is certainly not one of those. He has settled seamlessly back into the side since making his comeback last month and his electric pace, neat passing and pinpoint crossing have added an exciting new dimension to United's attack just in time for the run-in. His battle against marauding full-back Baines will be waged the length of the pitch and the Ecuadorian will be required to do his share of tracking to quell the threat of the Everton man's sweet left-foot, which is as dangerous from open play as it is at set-pieces. Baines has been in devastating form this season and has contributed 11 assists and four goals in the Premier League.

Trivia: Everton's visit to Old Trafford in February 2001 saw neither team manage a single shot on target during the whole game, though United won 1-0 courtesy of a Steve Watson own goal.

Stats: Manchester United have won 12 Premier League home games in a row - the third time they have reached that total - but they have never made it 13.

Odds: Manchester United (1.44), Everton (7.50) and the draw (4.32) are on offer at bet365, while United to win by a single goal is at 3.40.

Prediction: Ferguson may have the Champions League clash with Schalke on his mind, but he knows the importance of sending out a message by winning the weekend's first game. His side will do just that, though the victory will be a narow one.

My Prediction : Manchester United (2) - Everton (0). Glory2 Manchester United!!!!!

Credit : [espn.soccernet]