Friday October 3rd, 2014

Manchester United vs. Everton

Manchester United hosts Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday. United is off to a 2-2-2 start that has the club sitting in the middle of the English Premier League table, while Everton is in 15th place. In each team's last Premier League match, United defeated West Ham 2-1 while Everton played Liverpool to a 1-1 draw.

Last season, Everton won both Premier League matches against Manchester United. 

How to watch

Details for Sunday's game: 

Match time: 7:00 a.m. ET

Live stream: You can watch the match online here.

TV coverage: NBC Sports Network

Game Facts

Manchester United facts

Wayne Rooney is leading the Red Devils with three goals in six games—the only player to appear in all six matches for Man U thus far this season.

Manchester United has won 20 First Division/Premier League titles, most recently in 2012-13.

The Red Devils finished seventh in the Premier League last season.

Of the seven goals surrendered by United in Premier League play this season, five came in a loss to Leicester on Sept. 21.

The Red Devils have had a player sent off with a red card in each of their last two matches. Wayne Rooney was sent off in the 59th minute against West Ham United in their last match, and Tyler Blackett went off in the 83rd minute of the loss to Leicester.

Everton facts

Steven Naismith leads Everton with three goals in Premier League play.

Everton finished fifth in the Premier League last season. 

Everton played FC Krasnodar from Russia's Premier League to a 1-1 draw in Europa League group play on Thursday.

The Toffees last won England's first division title in 1986-87.

Everton's lone Premier League win this season was a 2-0 victory over West Bromwich Albion on Sept. 13.

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