Everton vs Man Utd: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for Premier League clash

STRUGGLING Everton will host top four contenders Manchester United THIS SATURDAY with three crucial points up for grabs.

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

However, they have the chance to improve on that TONIGHT during their trip to Turf Moor when they play Burnley. 

Elsewhere Arsenal’s 3-0 loss to Crystal Palace on Monday has meant that the battle for top four is well and truly back on for United.

But the Red Devils will need a much better performance than their display against Leicester if they are to earn that final Champions League spot.

What time does Everton vs Manchester United kick off? 

  • Everton face Manchester United on Saturday, April 9.
  • It is scheduled to kick-off at 12:30pm UK time.
  • The match will take place at Goodison Park in Liverpool which can hold up to 39,000 spectators.
  • Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw when the sides met in October last year.

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What TV channel is Everton vs Manchester United on and can I live stream it?

  • Everton vs Manchester United will be broadcasted live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 1 HD.
  • The coverage commences from 11:30am UK time – one hour before kick-off.
  • Subscription members can also stream the game live via the BT Sport website or app.

Team news

Everton duo Allan and Michael Keane would have both served their suspensions against Burnley so they should be in contention to start.

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Seamus Coleman and Fabian Delph have returned to full fitness having shaken off their minor injuries.

However Yerry Mina is expected to still be side-lined.

Meanwhile, Luke Shaw is a doubt for Manchester United following the England international's early exit against Leicester on the weekend.

Ralf Rangnick confirmed last week that Edinson Cavani will be out for a minimum of FIVE weeks after sustaining a calf injury away with Uruguay.

However, Cristiano Ronaldo is back in training having missed the disappointing draw with the Foxes due to illness.

Latest odds

  • Everton to win 10/3
  • Draw 11/4
  • Man Utd to win 3/4

*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct as of Wednesday, April 6

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