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If the pressure was not on Frank Lampard before, it certainly will be now and with Everton suffering a 3-2 defeat to Burnley on Wednesday, there is just one point separating the two sides near the bottom of the Premier League table.
While this Saturday lunchtime sees Everton play host to Manchester United and if ever the Toffees needed a response to get them out of this sticky situation, this weekend must be the time in which they get one.
Continue reading for our full match preview and expert football betting tips.
After such a woeful performance on Wednesday, Everton simply have to bounce back and if they are to halt their continual slide down the Premier League table, then even a point would be a good start on Saturday.
Which is why their clash with Manchester United is such an interesting one and it is fair to say that all the leading betting sites will be ready to take whatever weekend wagers come their way.
While when it comes to my own weekend wager, I am going to plump for Everton to get at least a point. If only because of one simple reason, that they have to and if you also think they will, you can join me in backing this at odds of 11/10 (bet365).
Although Everton’s recent trip to Burnley was labelled as a must win encounter for both sides, it is fair to say that the Toffees could have come away with a draw and still have been happy - if only because they would still be four points ahead of the Clarets.
However, the one thing they did not want, is to come away from Turf Moor empty handed and after a shocking defensive display, that is exactly what happened to Frank Lampard and his group of disheartened players.
Because now life will get really tough in the blue half of Merseyside and if the trip to Burnley was a fixture considered winnable on paper, there remaining league encounters do little to suggest the same,
Which begs one question, just where will Everton find the necessary points to survive this season? An answer that their recently installed manager is going to have to find and not only that, but he is also going to have to find a way to motivate his players.
Because after trying the stick method recently, a switch to the carrot was then attempted instead. Two defeats, two different messages and still a lack of inspiration at Goodison Park. If their season has not already started, then it must start on Saturday.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Manchester United, things are getting worse for manager Frank Lampard both on and off the pitch and with Nathan Patterson having undergone ankle surgery, he joins the trio of Fabian Delph, Tom Davies and Cenk Tosun on the sidelines.
After dropping two points at home to Leicester, Manchester United have slipped further down the Premier League table and although their recent win over Manchester United seemed like something of a watershed moment, they failed to build on that against the Foxes.
Although excuses can always be levied when points are dropped and for United, they range anywhere from a lack of attacking prowess or ring rust after the international break. However, those excuses will not wash at Old Trafford.
Especially as United now find themselves lying 7th in the Premier League at the time of writing and that position could change to 8th before they even take to the field on Saturday lunchtime.
Because if Wolves get the better of Newcastle the evening before, it will see Bruno Lage’s men temporarily leapfrog both West Ham and Manchester United and in doing so, intensify the race for sixth.
Which in itself is a measure of United’s slide down the table, because no longer are they truly in the race for a Champions League invite, but they are having to deal with Europa League entry instead.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Everton, it is attacking power that interim manager Ralf Rangnick is running short on and with continual doubts over Cristiano Ronaldo’s fitness, it will be interesting to see if he joins Edinson Cavani as an absentee.
When it comes to the rivalry between these two sides, it is fair to say that it is a rather storied one and Everton fans may well feel that they are due a win on Saturday, especially as the Toffees have failed to win any of their last six clashes with the Red Devils.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Everton have won on 70 occasions, Manchester United 90 and there have been 47 draws
Goodison Park opened in 1892 and holds up to 39,571 supporters.
Goodison Park has been in operation for 130 years and although Everton has an incredible amount of history attached to it, it is arguably going through one of the worst periods that the club has ever seen.
Because although Goodison Park can be an incredibly inhospitable place to visit, it is that same level of tension that is currently working against Everton right now and if they do not deliver against Manchester United on Saturday, things could get very ugly indeed.
When it comes to the current Premier League odds, Everton have slipped down to just Evens and at the same odds as Burnley, it seems a literal toss of a coin for who gets relegated out of these two.
While in the race for a top six finish, Manchester United are still well placed to achieve this. However, failure to earn a win against Everton and their odds in this market will then begin to lengthen.