When Manchester United visited Goodison Park back in October they won a game they were second best in for long periods.
Alex Ferguson has always struggled against David Moyesâ€™ Everton teams and this game should be no different.
Despite their FA semi-final loss, David Moyesâ€™ side are on a great run of form and thereâ€™s no reason to believe they wonâ€™t bounce right back with a positive performance at Old Trafford.
In Nikica Jelavic Moyes finally has the goalscorer heâ€™s been yearning for for so long. The Croatian knows how to put the ball in the back of the net but heâ€™s also been working hard and linking up well with his relatively new team-mates. He can also play more than two games in-a-row without picking up an injury. Jelavic has hit four in his last five games and is well worth a bet at 11/1 to score first and 7/2 to score anytime.
Only the two Manchester teams have conceded fewer than Everton this season, which suggests this is going to be a low-scoring affair. Everton are a massive 8/1 to win, which given their record against United is worthy of a small punt at least. A 1-0 Everton win pays out at 22/1.
Being away from home the draw will be the more popular option amongst Everton backer and at 15/4 youâ€™ll still get a good return if it clicks. You can take 0-0 at 13/1 or the more likely 1-1 at 8/1.
With the title on the line from the home side a solid Everton start could see some nerves creeping in to the United side. Perhaps that could explain Ashley Youngâ€™s balance issues. Either that or some kind of inner ear infection. Everton have proven a thorn in Unitedâ€™s side before and they could really stick it to them and their title hopes with a win at 8/1.