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Sunday, 10 February 2013

Manchester United v Everton: Can Moyes stun Sir Alex again?


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I'm sure Sir Alex Ferguson has already sent Southampton's Mauricio Pochettino a bottle of his finest red wine after the Saints' stunning victory over the champions Manchester City last night.

City missed the chance to close the gap on United, meaning victory this afternoon will put the Red Devils 12 points clear at the top. But the title race isn't over until the fat girl sings and I don't see my next door neighbour opening her trap just yet, especially with Everton being today's visitors to Old Trafford.

It was the Toffees who ultimately cost United the title last season by coming back from 4-2 down to level 4-4. Today they are back and David Moyes would like more of the same as Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs all won yesterday in the battle to fill the remaining two Champions League spots.

Manchester United lost on the opening day of the season at Goodison Park but that may have been the slap in the face they needed to concentrate solely on reclaiming their title. Since then RVP and Rooney have been running wild and it doesn't matter how many the opposition score, United will always score more.

Everton haven't won at Old Trafford since 1992 when they won 3-0 thanks to goals from Peter Beardsley, Mo Johnston and Robert Warzycha. Will this be the day they end that record, give their Champions League hopes a boost and give City another chance to catch the leaders? Our pundits have their say.

Manchester United v Everton; Kick Off 4pm February 10 2013

Prediction Panel

Arsenal

Josh Ben Moshe

2

V

1

Aston Villa

Frank Pattison

2

V

1

Chelsea

Apoorva Ankur

2

V

1

Everton

Chris Goodwin

3

V

4

Fulham

Neil Springate

2

V

1

Liverpool

Dave Disciascio

2

V

1

Man City

Callum Rothwell

1

V

2

Man United

Peter Jonstone

2

V

1

Newcastle

Greg Hall

1

V

0

Norwich

Sue Read

3

V

1

QPR

John Jaycock

TBA    

V

TBA

Reading

Jon Keen

2

V

1

Southampton

Andy Saunders

4

V

2

Stoke City

Peter Holland

2

V

2

Sunderland

Tony Ratton

3

V

2

Swansea

Jim Barry

2

V

1

Spurs

Adam Crawford

TBA

V

TBA

West Brom

Andy Wakeman

2

V

1

West Ham

Matt Beeby

3

V

2

Wigan

Jimmy Shine

2

V

2

 

 

 

 

 

OUR EXPERTS

 

 

 

 

Writer

Colin Illingworth

3

V

1

Writer

Steve Coulter

3

V

2

Writer

Hugh Larkin

1

V

1

Writer

Mitch Waddon

3

V

2

Writer

Chris Pettitt

2

V

2

Writer

Sarshar Hosseinnia    

2

V    

1

Blackburn fan

Terry Kennedy

2

V

1

Bolton fan

David Blackburn

2

V

1

Boro fan

Sue Gardener

3

V

0

Pompey fan

Dan Taylor

3

V

2

Pompey fan

Peter Rendle

TBA

V

TBA

West Ham fan

Nigel Telfer

3

V

3

Wolves fan

Chris Cox

2

V

1

Editor

Antony Melvin

2

V

1

Panel Verdict

Home win.

Home: 24; Draw: 5; Away: 2. TBA 3.

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