home team
Martial (57') Lingard (81')
away team
Martial (57') Lingard (81')
Monday 01 January 2018, 17:30 Goodison Park

Everton v Manchester United
Premier League
Goodison Park
5.30pm kick-off

Everton welcomed back James McCarthy to the starting line-up against Bournemouth for the first time since the 2-1 Carabao Cup defeat to Chelsea in October. However, the Blues continue to be without Seamus Coleman (broken leg) and Ramiro Funes Mori (knee), although Ross Barkley is in contention after recently returning to training following a hamstring injury.

Romelu Lukaku will not be available to return to Goodison Park after he was taken off on a stretcher with a head injury in Manchester United’s draw against Southampton on Saturday. Ashley Young may also miss the clash after being charged for violent conduct in the 0-0 draw with Saints.

Everton fell to their first defeat under Sam Allardyce at the weekend as they went down 2-1 to Bournemouth. But before that, the Blues had been on an eight-match unbeaten run in all competitions.

United are without a win in four matches in all competitions, drawing their past three Premier League games.

Jesse Lingard is another product of the Manchester United academy, coming through the ranks alongside the likes of Marcus Rashford. Recently, the forward has been in amongst the goals, most notably a brace in the 3-1 victory against Arsenal, and then another double against Burnley, including a stoppage time equaliser.

Having worked within the Football League for five years from 2000, Andre Marriner was appointed as a Select Group referee in 2005 and has officiated in the Premier League ever since. Marriner was a Football League assistant referee for three years before being promoted to the position of referee in 2003.

His first Premier League appointment was in November 2004, when Charlton Athletic defeated Norwich City, and he was added to the Select Group for the following season.

Marriner has taken charge of 18 games this season, including two Everton fixtures, the 4-0 defeat to United, and the 2-0 loss to Leicester City.

As always, there will be free live audio commentary of Monday's contest here on evertonfc.com.

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