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Both Man United and Everton have a chance to top the table when they meet in Old Trafford This lunch time.

United entered the weekend in fourth place, with the Toffees leading fifth on goal difference, but crowding is the top end of the season. Premier League Only one point divides the top six.

However, with Liverpool and Manchester City facing each other tomorrow in yet another showdown between the two northwestern cities, there is a chance for someone to win a career against their rivals.

United needed an injury-time winner from Cristiano Ronaldo to come from behind and beat Villarreal in the Champions League in midweek, and while that goal sparked raucous scenes at Old Trafford, anything other than a win today will see more questions raised about Ole’s suitability. Gunnar Solskjaer. To lead the club forward.

You can catch all the action live with the Standard Sport blog below…

Live updates


33 minutes: Another chance for Everton! Gray raced through the middle and fired a low shot past United but De Gea equaled it.


32 minutes: This is not a bad chance for Everton! Gordon enters to the left and passes through the sideline but neither Rondon nor Townsend can reach him and the opportunity goes to beg.


30 minutes: Game break here after some handbags after the Dinge Challenge by McTominay.


27 minutes: Some clever play from United as Greenwood makes a massive diagonal cut to Martial, a quick-back Fernandes backslide to Wan-Bissaka but he swerves, misses and takes off a goal kick.


21 minutes: That was imminent! Cavani runs away from Kane and has a free header into the corner but Pickford does really well when he comes down and turns it back for a corner. Maybe Cavani should have done better there.


16 minutes: Good look for Everton there. Townsend won a free kick from the right after it was brought down by Shaw and a cross was found by Kane, who sends his header off the far post.


15 minutes: Everton are starting to see more of the ball now that Greenwood has to come back and clear a cross from Gray. Wan-Bissaka looks sharp for United so far.


9 minutes: Another good move from United, Brom Greenwood finishes with a cross past Everton but no one is betting on the finish.


6 minutes: That should be 1-0 United! Wan-Bissaka does a great job pasting Dinge and hoisting a superb ball to the back post for Martial, but I saw him mistimed and off target. He should have done much better.


3 minutes: Manchester United plays football better very early on. Shaw returned to the side and entered the area via a clever exchange of passes with Fernandes, although his last ball has plenty of passes and Pickford collects them.


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