The Merseyside meets the Manchester in Goodison Park on Saturday in what will prove to be an exciting clash.

Both the teams will hope to get back to winning ways this weekend. Everton, having started brightly, lost two successive games at Southampton and Newcastle and now sit at fourth position whereas their opponents have had a home start to forget where they are winless ein the Premier League.

The only positive for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was their Champions League run after defeating the likes of Leipzig and PSG. But the Red Devils surprisingly lost against Champions League debutants Istanbul Baseksehir 2-1.

If Solsjkaer doesn’t get a result at Goodison, the pressure on him might start to build as they sit a lowly 15th position in the league, nine points behind leaders Liverpool.

Rodriguez and Digne are expected to be back

Carlo Ancelotti’s side has lost just one of their last 15 Premier League games at Goodison Park, winning four this season and scoring 18 goals in that period.

With Lucas Digne and James Rodriguez hopefully back, a more dangerous Everton will be lined up to the one that succumbed to a defeat at Newcastle. If they can get service into Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Ancelotti’s men should be well-armed to bulldoze their way past a flaky United.