Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for Premier League clash at Goodison Park – The Sun

MAN UTD make the short trip to Everton looking to put daylight between them and the chasing pack.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s side are in good recent form in the Premier League and can cement a position in the top five with three points on Merseyside.

 Greenwood has proved he can fill in for Rashford at Man Utd

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Greenwood has proved he can fill in for Rashford at Man UtdCredit: AFP or licensors

But victory for the Toffees – who were extremely unlucky to go down against Arsenal last time out – would narrow the gap between the two sides to just two points.

Everton under Carlo Ancelotti have won five of their last 10 top-flight matches to move into European contention.

 Ancelotti was able to turn to the fit-again Andre Gomes for the first time

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Ancelotti was able to turn to the fit-again Andre Gomes for the first timeCredit: Reuters

What time is kick-off?

THIS Premier League clash will be held on Sunday, March 1.

Kick-off at Goodison Park is set for 2pm GMT.

That’s 9am ET if you’re Stateside.

When United visited this ground last, they were thumped 4-0 late last season.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

YOU can catch this game live on Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League and Ultra HD.

Coverage begins at 1pm.

If you’re not a Sky subscriber, grab a NOW TV pass to stream all the action from just £9.99.

Viewers in the USA can watch this live on either NBC SN or Telemundo.

Streaming is also available without cable with a Hulu free trial, or on Sling Blue.

What is the team news?

ODION IGHALO could be in line for his first league start for Manchester United ahead of their trip to Everton on Sunday.

The January loan signing realised a lifelong dream on Thursday when he scored his first goal for the club in the 5-0 thrashing of Club Brugge.

And with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer short of options in attack, the Nigerian international could be tasked with leading United’s attack.

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Ighalo’s last Premier League goal came in September 2016 when he netted in Watford’s 4-2 victory over West Ham.

Marcus Rashford remains absent while Solskjaer will be sweating on the fitness of Anthony Martial.

The in-form Frenchman remains a doubt after picking up a muscle injury in training on Wednesday.

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Match odds

  • Everton to win – 3/2
  • Draw on Merseyside – 11/5
  • Man Utd to take home three points – 9/5
  • Both teams to score – 8/11

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication

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