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Merseyside meets Manchester on Saturday lunchtime as Everton welcome Manchester United to Goodison Park with both sides seeking a return to winning ways after back-to-back defeats.
The Toffees have seen their bright start to the campaign tail off in recent weeks, while Man United are languishing in 15th place following their joint-worst start to a campaign since 1986-87.
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However, both of those were shattered on Wednesday night as they found themselves on the wrong end of Istanbul Basaksehir’s first ever Champions League win.
Indeed, the Turkish outfit’s first ever Champions League goal served as an example of one of the big question marks hanging over United at the moment, as former Chelsea striker Demba Ba was unfathomably left with a whole half to himself to break the deadlock after only 13 minutes.
The defensive disorganisation which led to the type of goal which would infuriate even a Sunday league manager did nothing to quieten the increasing criticism of a supposed lack of leadership at Old Trafford – criticism which grew in volume following last weekend’s meek 1-0 defeat to Arsenal.
NAME: Everton – Manchester United
DATE: 7 Nov 2020
TIME: 12:30 UTC
VENUE: Goodison Park, Liverpool, England