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V. Lindelöf
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T. Davies
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Shots On Target 8 3
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Despite being pegged back 13 minutes from time, this has to go down as another positive result for Everton, a week on from beating Chelsea. Caretaker boss Ferguson may well have done enough to land the job until at least the end of the season, with his side now three points clear of the relegation zone. As for United, they are sixth following Tottenham's late win over Wolves. Next up for Solskjaer's men is Wednesday's EFL Cup quarter-final tie with Colchester United at Old Trafford.
Greenwood comes off the bench to rescue United a 1-1 home draw with Everton. An own goal from Lindelof, which the hosts felt should have been ruled out for Calvert-Lewin's contact on De Gea, gave Everton a 36th-minute lead. Solskjaer's men dug deep in the second half and found a way through after 77 minutes thanks to substitute Greenwood's impressive 18-yard finish into the bottom corner. Both teams pressed for a winner but neither could find one.
90' + 3' Everton are not letting United get the ball out of their own half. We are into the final 60 seconds and both teams are still going in search of a winner.
90' + 2' Rashford's cross is a dangerous one, but Martial - tracked all the way by Mina - is unable to make contact and Pickford collects.
90' + 1' SAVE! Mata tees up Rashford and the striker attempts to pick out the far corner with a curler. He does not really get hold of it, though, and Pickford is equal to the low attempt.
90' Kean does not appear to be injured, so that was a big call from Ferguson to substitute the substitute. Will it pay off? We are into four minutes of added time.
O. Niasse
M. Kean
89' Niasse is given some rare Premier League minutes as he replaces Kean, who has only been on the field for 20 minutes.
88' McTominay fouls the impressive Calvert-Lewin around 35 yards from goal. Baines decides to have a go from the free-kick and is well off target.
D. James
86' Mata replaces James for the final stages. Both teams have now made two of their three changes.
86' Wan-Bissaka has been brilliant defensively today, but his attacking play needs improving. He has players to aim for with his cross from the right but fails to beat the first man.
85' SAVE! Iwobi, pretty much out of nowhere, fires in a shot that De Gea needs to deal with. United scramble the corner clear.
84' Iwobi shows a turn of pace to carry the ball a good 25 yards before laying it off for Richarlison. The Brazilian cuts inside but is dispossessed by Wan-Bissaka before he can consider shooting.
82' Only Rashford (13) has scored more goals in all competitions for United this season than Greenwood (7).
81' This match has become incredibly open. Everton have four attacking players on the pitch and are not going to settle for a point. As for United, they are the side with momentum on their side and you would not bet against them finding a winner.
79' That was a very good finish from young striker Greenwood, pretty much from nothing more than half a chance. It sets up what should be a thrilling conclusion, with both teams keen to grab a winner.
D. James
77' James has been a lot more involved in the match in the second half and played a big part in the equaliser by cutting inside and picking out Greenwood.
M. Greenwood
77' GOOOOAAAALLLL!!!! MANCHESTER UNITED 1-1 EVERTON!! Substitute Greenwood drags United back on level terms! James cuts inside and lays it off to Greenwood, who shows just why he is rated so highly by Solskjaer as he picks out the bottom corner from 18 yards.
76' James wriggles free but is slightly off balance when getting away his shot, which Pickford barely has to break stride to keep out. United are going all out for an equaliser.
75' McTominay gives the ball away and Richarlison is given the chance to carry it into the box. He is one-on-one with Wan-Bissaka, but the United defender slides in to win back possession.
74' Everton are sticking with two up top, despite the arrival of Kean. McTominay is adjudged to have fouled Richarlison and the visitors have a free-kick that helps to relieve some pressure.
72' Everton are really holding on now, focusing solely on counter-attacking opportunities. Iwobi leads the charge and has Calvert-Lewin up with him, but he cannot pick out his team-mate.
70' NEARLY! Lindelof, heavily involved in the action today, turns inside the box after a corner is not dealt with but cannot find the target with his shot. The ball skims the bar on its way over.
M. Kean
70' Kean comes on for Bernard in Everton's second change of the contest.
69' EASY FOR PICKFORD! James creates a bit of space for himself just outside the box but his weak shot is collected by Pickford down the middle. United are lacking quality in the final third.
67' Martial shows some fancy footwork and tumbles inside the box, but the referee waves play on. There were no real appeals for a penalty, in truth.
V. Lindelöf
Yellow Card
66' Lindelof barges into the back of Calvert-Lewin and becomes the first United player to be shown a yellow card.
M. Greenwood
J. Lingard
65' Lingard, who took James' shot clean in the face a few minutes ago, is replaced by Greenwood for the final 25 minutes.
65' Calvert-Lewin and Bernard exchange passes in the final third. The former tries his luck from 20 yards but is unable to make the contact he wanted, sending his shot wide.
63' SAVE! Shaw drives forward and opts to drill the ball towards the bottom corner. Pickford pushes it back into a sea of bodies and James reacts quickest, only to blast his shot into the face of team-mate Lingard in front of goal.
62' United goalkeeper De Gea has now gone 12 Premier League games without a clean sheet, his longest such run in the competition.
60' Maguire heads a right-sided cross wide. The final touch comes off an Everton player, though, and another corner is awarded. This latest set-piece is poor and Everton can regroup.
59' James is finally growing into the game, helping to win his side another corner. The set-piece is easily dealt with, but the home team are knocking on the door for a leveller.
Yellow Card
57' Richarlison fails to keep the ball in play and boots it into the stands in a sign of frustration.
57' Davies is okay to continue for now, so Ferguson will hold off from making another change.
56' Davies is receiving some treatment to his knee. Ferguson may be forced into another change, with youngster Gordon in line for a first Premier League appearance.
55' McTominay plays the ball in behind Baines and James puts his pace to good use. He gets to the ball first but his cutback is dealt with by Keane. This has been a good spell from United.
53' Baines blocks off Martial's path down the Everton left and the hosts get a free-kick - a slightly harsh call. Pickford, yet again, leaves Fred's free-kick but it goes right through the box without a touch.
51' Rashford tries one of those trademark swerving shots from range, but on this occasion the ball ends well wide of the target.
50' Wan-Bissaka's cross is slightly out of Martial's reach. The ball drops to Fred outside the box but he makes a real mess of the shot. slicing it high and wide.
48' Everton turn over possession and Calvert-Lewin initially does Lindelof for pace, but the United defender does well to keep his opponent away from goal and the attack breaks down.
46' RESTART! Everton get us back under way at Old Trafford! Neither manager made any changes at the interval, so it is as you were.
Everton were forced into making four changes today, while key man Digne limped off after 25 minutes, but they have looked pretty solid and have a one-goal lead to protect. United, who have failed to win any of their last seven Premier League games when trailing at half-time, may well need to change things at the break - Mata and Greenwood are possible options to come on.
Everton take a 1-0 lead into half-time at Old Trafford thanks to Lindelof's rather comical own goal after 36 minutes. De Gea was blocked by Calvert-Lewin from making contact with his attempted punched clearance and the ball went in off Lindelof. That came on the back of a sustained spell of Everton pressure, with United dropping off massively following a bright start that saw Lingard and Rashford come close to scoring.
45' Two minutes have been added on at the end of the first half.
44' Maguire is unable to make clean contact with the corner. The ball runs through to James, but his delivery is poor and goes straight behind for a goal-kick.
43' Everton are looking nice and compact in their 4-4-2 setup. Rashford is still getting on the ball down the left but, unlike in the opening quarter of the game, the visitors are dealing with his threat. A word on Baines, too - he has done very well since replacing Digne at left-back.
41' Solskjaer's men are really struggling to get any sort of attacking momentum. After impressive back-to-back wins over Tottenham and Manchester City, this would be a massive setback for them if it remains this way.
39' Lindelof is the first United player to score a Premier League own goal at Old Trafford since Marcos Rojo v Arsenal in December 2018. It is his second own goal for United, having also put into his own net against West Ham in September 2018.
37' United wanted the goal ruled out as Calvert-Lewin roughed up De Gea, who should have done better by punching the corner clear. After a VAR check, though, it is allowed to stand.
V. Lindelöf
Own Goal
36' GOOOOAAAALLLLLL!!!! MANCHESTER UNITED 0-1 EVERTON!! The visitors have taken control of the match over the last 10 minutes and are rewarded with the opening goal! De Gea gets a slight touch to Baines' right-sided corner and Lindelof cannot readjust in time, the ball hitting his thigh and crossing the line for an own goal.
36' United have become very sloppy with their passing. Everton were second best for the first 20 minutes or so but are now in control of the match. Iwobi's dipping cross is dealt with by Lindelof at the expense of a corner.
35' Baines' wide free-kick is a good one, but slightly too high for Calvert-Lewin to meet at the back post. Shaw heads it as far as Holgate, who miscues a volley wide from 25 yards.
34' Baines plays the ball down the line for Richarlison to get on the end of. Lindelof races over and barges into his opponent to concede a free-kick.
33' Everton have grown a lot more into the game over the last five minutes. Ferguson will be very happy with his side's performance so far, but there is still a long way to go.
32' DECENT ATTEMPT! Shaw's headed clearance drops straight to Calvert-Lewin, who does not need a second invitation to take on the shot from 25 yards. The first-time effort is a good one but, once again, is hit at a nice height for De Gea to deal with.
30' Everton have not offered a great deal in an attacking sense so far. They have had 32 per cent of the ball and have managed just one shot on target, though that does match United's tally in the opening half an hour.
28' SAVE! Rashford hits the free-kick from 25 yards with real venom. Pickford starts moving to his right before readjusting his body to make a one-handed save pretty much down the centre.
27' McTominay brings the ball under control on the edge of the box and is caught by Davies. The Everton midfielder has already been booked and has given away two or three free-kicks since then - he has to be careful.
L. Baines
L. Digne
25' Digne is unable to shake off the injury and is replaced by Baines in a like-for-like change.
24' United are having a lot of joy down their left through Rashford and Martial. There is a stoppage in play as Digne, a fitness doubt ahead of today's match, has pulled up.
22' The tempo of the match has dropped a bit over the last five minutes or so. United are still the side on top, with their attackers involved in some nice link-up play, but clear-cut chances have been hard to come by.
20' Everton won their last Premier League meeting with United - 4-0 at Goodison Park in April. They have not won consecutive league games against today's opponents since completing the double over them in 2013-14.
18' Martial attempts to jink past Keane but is sent crashing to the floor right on the edge of the box. The France international looks at the referee but Keane got some of the ball first - good defending.
16' Lingard tries to block Keane's clearance and is rather out of control when lunging in. The referee Michael Oliver gives the United midfielder a talking to and play resumes.
15' Everton are not really coping with United's pace down the flanks. The home side have been on top so far and have already had a few sights of goal, with Lingard coming closest to scoring inside the first minute.
13' Pickford is unsure whether to come off his line or race towards the ball and in the end does a bit of both. James nearly profits as he gets to it first and shoots across the face of goal. Coleman and Digne are not happy with their hesitant goalkeeper.
11' NEARLY! Rashford has his first sight of goal. The England international latches on to Lindelof's pass and takes the ball away from Everton's covering defenders, only to flash his shot wide from a tight angle.
9' It is difficult to work out exactly what formation Everton are using. It looks to be a 5-3-2 when defending and a 4-4-2 when in possession, with Holgate shifting into midfield depending on the situation.
7' SHOT! Richarlison lays the ball off for Holgate, who gets in a first-time shot from outside the box. The attempt is far too central, though, and De Gea has an easy stop to make.
T. Davies
Yellow Card
5' McTominay tries to launch an attack through central midfield but is clattered by Davies, who is shown an early yellow card.
4' United defend Everton's first corner but struggle to deal with the second one. The ball drops to Bernard outside the box, the Brazilian midfielder miscuing his shot horribly off target.
3' It has been a fast start to the match. De Gea takes no risks as he helps Holgate's cross over the crossbar for a corner, seemingly injuring himself in the process. He seems to be okay to continue, though.
2' CLOSE!  Rashford wins an aerial duel to play in Martial, who lays the ball into the path of Fred. The ball then drops to Lingard 12 yards out, but he shoots wide on the turn.
1' KICK-OFF! United, aiming to make it three Premier League wins in a row for the first time since January, get us up and running at Old Trafford!
The teams are coming out onto the pitch at Old Trafford, with kick-off just moments away.
United have won 36 of their 54 Premier League games against Everton - more than any side has won against another in the history of the competition. Everton have won just one of their last 26 top-flight away meetings with United - a 1-0 victory in December 2013.
Everton show four changes from last week's victory over Chelsea. Coleman returns from an injury that has kept him out of his side's last few matches to skipper the visitors, while Mina has also recovered from injury to take a spot in the backline. Gylfi Sigurdsson and Djibril Sidibe both miss out on squad inclusion due to illness, so Davies and Bernard are recalled in midfield. Elsewhere, teenager Gordon is named among the subs and could make his first top-flight appearance today given the lack of midfield cover.
Solskjaer has named an unchanged starting line-up and bench on the back of last week's Manchester derby victory at the Etihad Stadium. Fred and McTominay have impressed in holding midfield of late and retain their place in the side today, while in-form Rashford - who has already equalled his best ever Premier League goal tally in a single season - will start on the left of a three-man attacking midfield. 
Everton subs: Oumar Niasse, Anthony Gordon, Moise Kean, Leighton Baines, Cenk Tosun, Cuco Martina, Maarten Stekelenburg.
EVERTON XI (5-3-2): Jordan Pickford; Seamus Coleman (c), Michael Keane, Yerry Mina, Mason Holgate, Lucas Digne; Alex Iwobi, Tom Davies, Bernard; Richarlison, Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Subs: Brandon Williams, Mason Greenwood, Ashley Young, Axel Tuanzebe, Sergio Romero, Andreas Pereira, Juan Mata.
MANCHESTER UNITED XI (4-2-3-1): David de Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire (c), Luke Shaw; Scott McTominay, Fred; Daniel James, Jesse Lingard, Marcus Rashford; Anthony Martial.
Everton picked up a much-needed victory last time out by overcoming Chelsea 3-1 at Goodison Park, ending a three-match losing streak that led to the departure of head coach Marco Silva. Duncan Ferguson masterminded the surprise win last weekend and remains in charge for this trip to Old Trafford, with the visitors sitting just two points above the relegation zone ahead of kick-off.
United head into this match on the back of three successive wins in all competitions, including back-to-back victories in the Premier League against Tottenham and Manchester City over the past 11 days. Having revived their flagging campaign, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men can climb into fifth place and within two points of the top four with another win today.
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