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Predicted Man Utd XI vs Everton (Carabao Cup away, 2020/21)


Our Red Devils have been flying in the league recently, but for now attentions turn to the Carabao Cup. Ahead of our huge quarter-final, it’s time for our predicted Man Utd XI vs Everton.

Sometimes, it’s nice to take a break from the rigorous Premier League, while progressing in cup competitions is always pleasant. The Carabao Cup has offered up a real mixed bag for us Manchester United fans down the years. Though this feels like a real opportunity to win some silverware.

There are some huge names left in the tournament. From Arsenal and Manchester City, to Tottenham Hotspur on tomorrow’s opponent, Everton. That said, if we can get past the Merseysiders, we’ll go into the semi-final with confidence flowing.

Everton will have revenge on the mind, though. We beat them pretty convincingly last time out and they’ll be looking to put that right. It’s down to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to get his tactics spot on and outwit Carlo Ancelotti once more.

These games are notorious for heavy rotation. Why should we expect anything different this time around, particularly with games set to come thick and fast over the hectic winter schedule.

Anyway, enough chatter, let’s get right into the predicted team for this one…

Predicted Man Utd XI vs Everton in full:

Dean Henderson will get another chance to prove his worth in between the sticks, while I reckon he’ll have an extremely busy evening.

Alex Telles will start at left-back with Luke Shaw an injury doubt for this one. Brandon Williams gets a rare start at right-back, allowing Aaron Wan-Bissaka some much-needed rest. Harry Maguire is rarely missing from the team these days and I see no reason to change that here. Axel Tuanzebe is given the chance to play here.

Nemanja Matic will be involved from the off, with Paul Pogba and Donny van de Beek also coming into the side. Fred and Bruno Fernandes will be saved (and wrapped up in cotton wool!) for Leicester City away.

Edinson Cavani starts his first game following injury, with Mason Greenwood on his right. Daniel James was brilliant last time out and he should keep his place in the starting line-up here.

As per usual, there is quality aplenty on the substitutes bench though I’d imagine Solskjaer would prefer to leave them sitting there rather than calling upon them for this one!

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