Everton vs Man Utd LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news for Premier League clash

STRUGGLING Everton will host Manchester United TODAY with three crucial points up for grabs.

The Toffees have been in abysmal form – only gaining six points from nine league games since Frank Lampard was appointed in January.

Whereas the Red Devils will be eager to close the gap on the their top four rivals sitting above them.

  • Start time: 12:30pm GMT
  • TV/Live stream: BT Sport 1
  • Everton XI: To follow
  • Man Utd XI: To follow

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  • Kieran Davies

    Every game a final

    The Everton manager and players arrive for today's game.

    You can see on every face the importance of the task ahead of them.

    Relegation is unthinkable for a club such as Everton.

  • Kieran Davies

    Goals hard to come by

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin has failed to score in any of his nine Premier League appearances in 2022.

    Richarlison is the club's highest scorer at home this season with 3 goals.

    The forward has failed to find the net at Goodison Park since December.

  • Kieran Davies

    History threatened by failure

    Everton have been part of the Premier League since its inception in 1992.

    They beat Wimbledon on the final day of the 1993/94 season after being 2-0 down to avoid relegation.

    They haven't experienced relegation since 1950-51.

  • Kieran Davies

    Lampard needs fans' passion

    The Everton manager has spoken about how important the fans are in a home game of such importance like today.

    I’ve already experienced some incredibly partisan and passionate atmospheres as manager in this ground. That, at the end against Newcastle, surpassed the lot.

    Frank LampardEverton

  • Kieran Davies

    Head to head stats

    Everton have beaten Man Utd only once in their past 15 meetings in all competitions (D6, L8).

    United have only one victory from their last six Premier League games against The Toffees.

    Man Utd have defeated Everton 37 times in the Premier League, only Tottenham having been beaten more by them.

  • Kieran Davies

    Performances need to be constant

    The Man Utd manager outlined what he thinks they need to do to ensure they push for Champions League qualification.

    I was not surprised. I knew that from the start. When you see the whole process over the last four and a half months, I think we have developed the team in some areas, but as you've said, it's all about being consistent and consistency. This is what we have to start. We have to start today with the best possible performance.

    Ralf RangnickMan Utd

  • Kieran Davies

    Europe or bust

    Ralf Rangnick knows the importance of Champions League football to the club and has vowed to do all he can try and ensure that Man Utd sit in fourth spot come the end of the season.

    United have only won 3 of their past 11 matches in all competitions.

    Victory at Goodison Park is a must with four teams battling for the last Champions League spot.

  • Kieran Davies

    Change in form needed

    Everton have 6 points from a possible 27 under Frank Lampard this season (W2, L7).

    The Toffees have lost 17 of their last 22 Premier League games (W2, D2).

    Lampard’s side have lost 7 home games this season with only the newly promoted teams having lost more.

  • Kieran Davies

    Welcome to Everton vs Man Utd

    Two teams meet today at Goodison Park with three points much needed for very different reasons for managers Frank Lampard and Ralf Rangnick.

    Despite being one of only six teams to never be relegated from the Premier League, Everton find themselves in a real relegation dogfight this season sitting only one point ahead of Burnley in the relegation places.

    Ralf Rangnick knows the importance of Champions League football to the club and will do all he can to keep fighting for the coveted fourth spot currently occupied by Tottenham.

    The race for the Champions League places is wide open with Tottenham, Arsenal, West Ham and Man Utd all pushing each other hard to the final game.

    Everton’s relegation fears worsened on Wednesday when they lost 3-2 at fellow strugglers Burnley despite being 2-1 up at half-time thanks to two Richarlison penalties.

    The Toffees welcome back Michael Keane and Allan from suspension.

    Donny van der Beek is ineligible to face his parent club while Andros Townsend, Tom Davies, and Yerry Mina all remain sidelined.

    Raphael Varane and Scott McTominay are missing with knocks while Edison Cavani is out again with a calf complaint.

    Luke Shaw will also be missing as he has metal bolts are removed from the leg he fractured in 2015.

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