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Where: Goodison Park.
When: Sunday 20 April, 16.10 BST.
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It’s a huge Premier League clash in the determination of European places as Everton host champions Manchester United at Goodison Park.
A surprise midweek home defeat to Crystal Palace leaves the Toffees’ Champions League hopes in the balance, but the Europa League remains a realistic target.
As it also does for United, who could also qualify for Europe’s second tier by virtue of the fact that Manchester City won the League Cup and therefore sixth place is now also a qualification spot.
This will also be the first time Red Devils manager David Moyes has returned to the ground where he spent 11 years in charge and is sure to get a warm reception from the home support.
Things haven’t been quite so positive for the Scot since arriving at Old Trafford however, and they have never looked like defending their title this season.
The last time these two sides met back in December 2013 the Merseysiders recorded a shock 0-1 victory at the Theatre of Dreams in what has since become an all too common scene for United fans.
For the hosts Lacina Traore, James McCarthy and captain Phil Jagielka remain doubts, whilst Steven Pienaar, Arouna Kone, Bryan Oviedo and Darron Gibson are all out.
The away side will be without former Everton ace Wayne Rooney due to a foot injury and Robin van Persie is also out, which means either Javier Hernandez or Danny Welbeck will start upfront.
Rafael and Jonny Evans could return to the side after injury though, Marouane Fellaini remains a doubt and Juan Mata will be back in the starting XI after missing the Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich.