Manchester United vs Everton: Head-to-head, stats and form guide

Rajdeep Saha
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Manchester United vs Everton: Head-to-head, stats and form guide
Manchester United vs Everton: Head-to-head, stats and form guide

06 Feb 2021: Manchester United vs Everton: Head-to-head, stats and form guide

Manchester United will be aiming to maintain the pressure on leaders Manchester City when they take on Everton in gameweek 23 of the Premier League 2020-21 season.

Second-placed United are fresh from beating Southampton 9-0 and have another test at Old Trafford.

Everton beat Leeds United and have played two games fewer than their opponents.

Here we look at the statistical preview.

Form guide: A look at the form guide of both sides

In their last eight league games, Man United have registered five wins, two draws, and one loss.

They have collected 17 points.

United have scored 16 goals and conceded four in this phase.

Meanwhile, the Toffees have won five, lost two, and drawn once in their last eight.

They have scored 19 goals in this phase, besides conceding four.

Head-to-head: Man United vs Everton: Head-to-head facts

The two sides have met on 57 occasions in the Premier League.

United have sealed 37 wins, besides 11 draws and nine losses.

Overall, United have scored 105 Premier League goals, besides conceding 54.

United have lost just one of their last 27 league home games against Everton and are unbeaten in six (W4, D2).

United have beaten Everton twice this season across competitions.

Man United: Notable stats of Manchester United

The Red Devils are on a run of 11 wins and only one defeat in 16 league games.

Notably, United have accumulated 19 goals in their past five home games.

Bruno Fernandes has 12 goals and nine assists in the Premier League this season.

He could become just the fourth United player to reach double figures for goals and assists in a single campaign.

Everton: Notable stats of Everton

Everton, who have racked up 36 points after 20 games, had just 25 last season.

As per Opta, they are aiming to win five successive away matches in the top flight for the first time since 1970.

The Toffees have won seven away league games this season.

Carlo Ancelotti could follow Jose Mourinho to win at Old Trafford with three different clubs across competitions.