Man United vs. Everton live score, updates, highlights and lineups from FA Cup third round

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OLD TRAFFORD, MANCHESTER — Erik ten Hag gets his first taste of the FA Cup tonight as Manchester United host Everton in the third round.

The Red Devils have won all four of their matches since the World Cup without conceding a goal and will look to progress to round four and keep alive their challenge for a possible four trophies this season.

Standing in their way are Everton, still reeling from a 4-1 home loss to Brighton & Hove Albion that has piled pressure on manager Frank Lampard. However, having held Manchester City to a 1-1 draw in their last visit to the city, the Toffees might believe an upset is on the cards away from the pressures of Premier League football.

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Man United vs. Everton live updates, highlights

2 hrs before KO: Manchester United look to continue their good form since the World Cup and keep their quest alive to challenge for a possible four trophies this season. As for Everton, only a surprise positive result it likely to ease the significant pressure on manager Frank Lampard. We’re live at Old Trafford to bring you coverage of this FA Cup encounter — the first of the third round.

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Man United vs. Everton predicted lineups

Jadon Sancho and Axel Tuanzebe remain out for United, but Antony Martial and Antony should at least be fit enough for the matchday squad.

Defender Diogo Dalot (thigh) could target his comeback in this game, as could World Cup winner Lisandro Martinez, but Donny van de Beek is out.

Man United predicted lineup (4-2-3-1): De Gea (GK) — Wan-Bissaka, Varane, Martinez, Malacia — Casemiro, Eriksen — Antony, Fernandes, Rashford — Martial

James Garner, who Everton signed from United in September, will miss a visit to his former club with a back injury.

Michael Keane and Andros Townsend (both knee) will be unavailable but Amadou Onana could return following his suspension for the league game at home to Brighton on Tuesday.

Everton predicted lineup (5-4-1): Pickford (GK) — Patterson, Godfrey, Coady, Tarkowski, Mykolenko — Iwobi, Gueye, Onana, Gray — Calvert-Lewin

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What time is Man United vs. Everton kick off?

Man United play host to Everton at Old Trafford in Manchester, England. It kicks off at 8 p.m. GMT on Friday, January 6.

Here’s how that time translates across some of the major territories.

Kickoff time
USA
15:00 ET
Canada
15:00 ET
UK
20:00 GMT
Australia
07:00 AEDT*
India
01:30 IST*
Hong Kong
04:00 HKT*
Malaysia
04:00 MYT*
Singapore
04:00 SGT*
New Zealand
09:00 NZDT*

*Game starts on January 7 in these time zones

Man United vs. Everton live stream, TV channel

Here’s how to watch all of the action from this match in some of the major territores:

TV channel
Streaming
USA

ESPN+
Canada

Sportsnet
UK
ITV 1
ITVX
Australia

Paramount+
New Zealand
Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
beIN Sports Connect New Zealand
India
SONY TEN 2
SONY LIV, Jio TV
Hong Kong

myTV SUPER
Malaysia
Astro Supersport 4
Astro Go, sooka
Singapore

UK: The match will be shown on TV and streamed live by ITV.

USA: ESPN+ has live coverage of the game.

Canada: Sportsnet is streaming the third-round match.

Australia: Paramount+ is the place to watch the action in Australia.

Man United vs. Everton betting odds

United are huge favourites to beat opponents who have not triumphed at Old Trafford in eight attempts and are currently six games without victory on the road in all competitions.

Each of Everton’s past three trips to United, however, have finished all-square – and they will be encouraged by their recovery to draw 1-1 at reigning Premier League champions Manchester City on Saturday, scoring their second goal of those six most recent away matches.

UK(Sky Bet)
US (BetMGM)
Canada(Sports Interaction)
Australia (Neds)
Man United win
4/9
-210
1.47
1.50
Draw
10/3
+310
4.20
4.20
Everton win
6/1
+550
6.00
6.80
Over 2.5 goals
4/5
-125
1.76
1.80
Both teams to score
10/11
+100
1.93
1.91

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