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After an unlucky last minute equaliser from Ross Barkley and a stale performance against Juventus in the Champion’s League, Manchester United will now host Everton. They are aiming to get back to winning ways, tracking back to the 3-2 win against Newcastle. Everton pulled off their own dramatic win as Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun proved the difference against Crystal Palace on Sunday. Everton have won three league games on the bounce with victories against Fulham, Leicester and Crystal Palace and will aim to snatch something from United, who have such a poor record at home this season.
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