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Manchester United are in a pretty good shape lately and on Sunday they will once again test themselves against Everton at the Old Trafford.

Manchester United are in a pretty good shape lately and on Sunday they will once again test themselves against Everton at the Old Trafford.

For just three days of time the Red Devils successfully won two derbies in the Premier League. First Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s boys prevailed over Tottenham Hotspur at home and just three days later they beat Manchester City at the Etihad. If we add up the 4-0 win against AZ in Europa League we can say that right now Manchester United are in really high moods. Let’s see if they can keep this level in the next few weeks.

After the wins against Spurs and City Manchester United are now 5th in the league with 24 points won. They are still 5 points behind Chelsea and the Top 4, but they still have enough time to reduce this gap, too.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still has some problems with injured players before the next game. Paul Pogba remains sidelined, while Eric Bailly and Diogo Dalot are still injured as well.

For Everton this is going to be a second game with their caretaker Duncan Ferguson at charge. Last week the club legend debuted with a win after the sacking of Marco Silva. He led the Toffees to a 3-1 win over Chelsea at the Goodison Park which was a great performance by Everton.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored a brace for the Toffees against Chelsea, while Richarlison also put the ball in the net. Most likely Ferguson won’t make a lot of changes in his line up after a fine performance like this.

Both Manchester United and Everton won their last games in the Premier League, which is going to boost their confidence. United are still favourites as they have the advantage to play at home, but right now Everton are looking dangerous, too. Don’t underrestimate them.

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