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Sir Alex Ferguson has reported no fresh injury concerns ahead of Manchester United's Premier League encounter with Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday. Paul Pogba (ankle) and Anderson (hamstring) are missing for the remainder of the season but were not expected to be involved anyway. Michael Owen (thigh) could be available for next week's derby duel with Manchester City, when victory will seal a 20th title if United overcome the Merseysiders this weekend.
Royston Drenthe will once again be missing from the Everton squad. Drenthe was left out of the Toffees' 18-man party for last Saturday's FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool after being "the subject of a disciplinary matter" and manager David Moyes has confirmed the on-loan Real Madrid winger will not be involved at Old Trafford. Defender Leighton Baines and midfielder Jack Rodwell are ruled out due to hamstring injuries, but wideman Steven Pienaar is back having been cup-tied for the Liverpool match.
Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United) on Ashley Young diving: "I have had a word with Ashley. He understands where we are coming from. Hopefully it makes a difference."Last week, if the player doesn't bring Ashley down he is going to score. It was a clear goalscoring opportunity. He caught him and he did overdo the attempt to get a penalty. I am not sure he tried to get the penalty but he certainly went down quickly. But people have reacted because it is Manchester United. I watched Real Madrid and Bayern Munich the other night and it was absolutely ridiculous, players were diving and rolling about, nothing like what Young has been accused of. Then you see the other night in the Chelsea game, we are in an age where you expect it now."
David Moyes (Everton): "We are obviously really disappointed from the (Liverpool) game and it is going to take us a wee while to get over it. It is not the sort of thing you can just shrug off. It was the semi-final of the cup and I think anyone losing a semi-final finds it hard, but when you lose to your neighbours that makes it even worse. So from our point of view, it will take a while, but we have a really good, tough game now and strangely enough, it is one I think I'd prefer to have than not have. I actually think after the game we've just had, this is as good as you can get, because we can go there with a little bit of freedom. We are not kidding ourselves - it will be a tough game, as it is for every team that goes there. But we'll give it a go and try to show the form we have been in, in the main, over the past few months."
Manchester United have won 29 Premier League games against Everton, the joint-most by one team against a single opponent in the history of the competition.
The Toffees won 3-0 at Old Trafford in their first ever Premier League away game (August 1992), but have failed to win any of their other 18 trips to Man Utd in the Premier League (D3, L15).
Wayne Rooney has only scored two goals in 11 league games against his former club.
Javier Hernandez has scored in a 1-0 win in both of his two previous clashes with the Toffees.
Everton have scored just two goals in their last seven league trips to Old Trafford, and have failed to net in their last three.
In this season’s reverse fixture, Everton had 19 shots to United’s seven, but the Red Devils won 1-0.
United have won their last seven league games at Old Trafford, conceding just one goal in the process.
The Red Devils have scored in their last 47 home league games, eclipsing Arsenal’s previous Premier League record of 46.
Since 2009/10, Ashley Young has won more Premier League penalties than any other player (nine).
Victor Anichebe has scored more goals as a substitute than any other player this term (five).
Manchester United (1/3), Everton (10/1), Draw (9/2)
Man Utd: De Gea, Rafael Da Silva, Ferdinand, Evans, Evra, Valencia, Scholes, Carrick, Nani, Rooney, Welbeck. Subs: Amos, Jones, Giggs, Smalling, Park, Hernandez, Young.
Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Jagielka, Distin, Neville, Osman, Heitinga, Gibson, Pienaar, Fellaini, Jelavic. Subs: Mucha, Stracqualursi, McFadden, Cahill, Gueye, Barkley, Anichebe.
Referee: Mike Jones (Cheshire)
Ground: Old Trafford