“We may just see that recovery take
place on the field against Everton this Saturday.”
Draw/Manchester United – 7/2
United are hoping to redeem their pride when they meet Everton in their
upcoming Premier League match, scheduled for Saturday, October 29th.
by Renee Israel
United are now five points behind Manchester City, while Everton are 10
points behind United on the table. In the history of Manchester United this is another
day and we will recover. As
such, he will be more than determined to prevent another disastrous loss in the
next Manchester United vs Everton showdown on Saturday.
Manchester United’s disgraceful 6-1 loss against its neighbourhood rivals,
Manchester City last Saturday dealt the team a blow that they are keen to
Ladbrokes has all the latest odds on this game.
However, the player to watch this week is United’s Wayne Rooney, who didn’t
give of his best in the City match and will be itching to prove his worth this
week. Having scored nine goals this year, we know what he is capable of when he
puts his mind to it.. He will need to be on his
guard against a no doubt highly determined United.
United’s Tom Cleverley may be back on the field after suffering an ankle
injury, but Everton’s Johnny Heitinga – who is nursing a knee injury – and
Victor Anichebe – who has a groin injury – won’t be playing this week.
“We have to recover,” said Sir Alex. This means the Red Devils need to come back
fully focused with a clear intention to bounce back – or they might just find
themselves slipping even further down the table.
Manchester United/Manchester United – 6/4
Speaking about the defeat against City, he said on the day: “I can’t believe
it, it’s our worst day ever. There’s a lot of embarrassment in that dressing room and quite rightly
Manchester United/Draw – 14/1
Draw – 12/5
Everton/Everton – 7/1
Half time/Full Time
Manchester United – 5/6
Manchester United/Everton – 25/1
Draw/Draw – 9/2
Everton/Manchester United – 22/1
Manchester United vs Everton Odds at Ladbrokes:
Sir Alex Ferguson is not used to losing, and certainly not with score lines
as demonstrated in last weekend’s clash between Man United and Man City.
Everton – 7/2
Everton/Draw – 14/1
Everton’s Tim Howard has scored 11 goals this season and has 19 saves under
his belt, and is another player to watch out for. But that kind of defeat will make an impact on the
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