Wednesday, 4 December 2013

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Martinez says Leighton Baines is making a better than expected recovery from a fractured toe, although he won't predict when the left-back will return.
It may be just another three points to play for, just another day at the office, but David Moyes would not be human if he didn't feel this was a special day.
His fiery commitment to fight Everton's corner against all-comers for 11 years cannot fail to have left its mark both on him and those who hold the club dear.
It will be a strange thing for Moyes to walk past his former players with a plan for their downfall plotted in his head, strange for them to see him at close quarters in the opposition dugout.
It's a hurdle he and they will probably be glad to get over.
Moyes came close a few times to a win at Old Trafford with his old club, but never quite succeeded.
The 4-4 draw from 4-2 down in 2012 was perhaps the most memorable occasion - it was the day which Sir Alex Ferguson reckoned cost them that year's title.
Could Roberto Martinez steer Everton to a first Old Trafford victory since 1992? If they do, then two players who David Moyes had no part in taking to Goodison are likely to be involved.
Romelu Lukaku is already one of only three players to have scored a Premier League hat-trick against Manchester United and is enhancing his reputation on an almost weekly basis - it's eight goals in nine league games so far for the club.
Gerard Deulofeu was a name few knew and even fewer could pronounce when he joined on loan from Barcelona after a spell with their 'B' team.
He took some rather tentative early steps in England before finding his feet with an impressive cameo from the bench against Liverpool followed by a storming display against Stoke in Saturday's 4-0 win.
Of course, United are favourites and should prove too strong for Everton at Old Trafford, especially with old boy Wayne Rooney at the very top of his game.
But Martinez and his side will not be easily overcome. That's the least Moyes would expect from his old team.

Everton's last victory at Old Trafford came in the first Premier League encounter between the two sides in August 1992. The Toffees ran out 3-0 winners courtesy of goals from Peter Beardsley, Mo Johnston and Robert Warzycha.
Manchester United have won 16 of their 21 Premier League home games against Everton, with four matches drawn.
The Red Devils have scored more goals against Everton (84) than they have against any other Premier League side.

Manchester United
United's tally of 22 points after 13 matches is their lowest since 2004-05 (21 points). They went on to finish that season third.
Wayne Rooney is one shy of 150 Premier League goals for Manchester United. Only Thierry Henry has scored more for a single club (175 for Arsenal).
Rooney has been directly involved in 59% of United's league goals this season, scoring eight and assisting five.
Robin van Persie has scored six goals and assisted five more in 10 Premier League starts against Everton.
On Wednesday, Ryan Giggs could become the fourth outfield player to feature in a Premier League match aged 40, following in the footsteps of Teddy Sheringham, Gordon Strachan and Kevin Phillips.

The Toffees have won two of their last 14 away league games (W2, D7, L5).
Everton have allowed fewer shots on target against them away from home than any other team in the top flight this season (16).
Romelu Lukaku is one of three players to have scored a Premier League hat-trick against Manchester United (along with Dirk Kuyt and David Bentley). 

Competition: Premier League  
Match: Man Utd V Everton                                                                         
Date: Wednesday 4th Dec 2013
Kickoff: 19:45 GMT
Venue: Old Trafford                                  
Live/Repeat: Live

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