Each day our exclusive MATCH OF THE DAQ service previews the big match of the day – usually a televised game.

As well as the preview we also bring you the head to head records of the two teams as well as a recommended bet on BETDAQ for the match.

Everton v Manchester United
Premier League
K.O 20.00, Sky Sports 1


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22 Apr 2012 League, Man Utd 4 Everton 4
29 Oct 2011 League, Everton 0 Man Utd 1
23 Apr 2011 League, Man Utd 1 Everton 0
11 Sep 2010 League, Everton 3 Man Utd 3
20 Feb 2010 League, Everton 3 Man Utd 1
21 Nov 2009 League, Man Utd 3 Everton 0
19 Apr 2009 FA Cup, Man Utd 0 Everton 0
31 Jan 2009 League, Man Utd 1 Everton 0
25 Oct 2008 League, Everton 1 Man Utd 1
23 Dec 2007 League, Man Utd 2 Everton 0

Having seen their biggest rivals for the Premiership title crown, Manchester City, fumble their way to an unconvincing win over newly promoted Southampton yesterday afternoon, Sir Alex Ferguson will be desperate to see his Manchester United side steal a march and set out a marker for their own title aspirations tonight.

They face an Everton side at Goodison Park renowned for their poor starts to the season – they lost eight of their first 14 Premier league matches last term – and David Moyes will be without influential midfielder, Tom Cahill, who has often been a thorn in the side of United over the years. The Australian has moved to the US but Steven Pienaar has returned to the club for another spell having made his loan deal permanent.

Ferguson finally saw Robin van Persie sign for the club after a protracted transfer saga with Arsenal and the Dutch hitman is expected to start, as he bids to continue the run of form that saw him win the Golden boot last season. Nemanja Vidic’s presence was sorely missed at the back during 2011-12 and his return will be greatly welcomed.

The Toffees have got a bit of a reputation as being a bit of a bogey team for the Red Devils but the stats don’t really back that up. Everton have won just two of the past 10 Premier League matches at home between the two teams and, considering United’s strengthened squad, Ferguson’s men should have enough to get off to a winning start.

RECOMMENDATION: (1-10 points)
Back Man United at around 1.94 on BETDAQ: 6 points

Sunday: -5.00 points
AUGUST RETURN TO DATE: -11.32 points

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