Bet365 Preview: Manchester United vs Everton: Back Romelu Lukaku to score anytime

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The 24-year-old has registered six goals this term and will be expected to increase his tally against his former employers

Manchester United welcome Everton to Old Trafford on Sunday's English Premier League encounter.

Stoke City dented the winning streak of Jose Mourinho’s men as Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting’s brace produced a 2-2 draw last week. However, a 3-0 bashing of Basel in the Champions League on Tuesday will be expected to boost their confidence. As such Bet365 is offering (1.33) for them to come out on top in this clash.

Manchester United Champions League 2017

The last three meetings between both sides have ended in a deadlock and the betting firm prices (5.50) for the same outcome.

Everton have only recorded just one win in the  Premier League this season and suffered a 3-0 defeat in the hands of Atalanta in the Europa League on Thursday. They don't look to be a match for the Red Devils and are massive underdogs at (11.00).

United have plundered 14 goals in the league this term and will likely add more in this engagement. Therefore, odds of (1.72) are on offer for more than three goals to surface at Old Trafford.

Wayne Rooney Everton

The odds do not favour both sides to score at (1.66) understandably so because the Toffees have been shy in front of goal having failed to register a single goal in their last three games.

Romelu Lukaku has racked up four goals for the men in red since making his big money move from Goodison Park this summer. The big Belgian forward is on offer with Bet365 to turn up against his former side by scoring anytime at a price of (1.72).

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