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Everton began life after Marco Silva with a victory at Goodison Park as Frank Lampard’s high-flying Chelsea were shot down. 

Silva was sacked this week following the Merseyside derby defeat at the hands of rivals Liverpool which consigned Everton to the relegation zone. 

Club legend Duncan Ferguson took charge of the first team as rumours swirled of a return for David Moyes, and his first result was to beat fourth-place Chelsea 3-1 after goals from Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Follow all the action live:

Marcus Rashford’s penalty did the damage as City unravelled in a fit of rage that radiated out from their manager and infected his players to their own detriment 


Reaction from Man Utd midfielder Scott McTominay:

“It was always going to be difficult against a top team and some world-class players but we were frightening on the break.

“That gave us a platform and we withstood some pressure in the second half. We knew we had a plan and that first 30 minutes epitomised everything we spoke about. It was nice to see that pay.

“This year is has not also been the case but that shows how when you work hard it comes off.

“The second half was tough, we had to withstand lots of pressure with the way they play.

“It is a sweet one and celebrating like that in front of the fans is a beautiful thing.”

We run the rule over every player after United’s shock Manchester derby win: 


United midfielder received a barrage of objects thrown at him when attempting to take a corner during Saturday’s Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium:


Duncan Ferguson’s first game in charge of Everton saw the Toffees stun Chelsea at Goodison Park:


Spurs put five goals past Burnley with Son scoring a goal of the season contender:


What a day it’s been in the Premier League. Man Utd win the Manchester derby, Chelsea lose to Everton, Tottenham destroy Burnley and Liverpool cruise past Bournemouth.


Here’s how Liverpool extended their lead to 11 points:



Man City drop 14 points behind Liverpool. Is their run at the title over before Christmas? Who knows.



A blistering 30 minutes saw United out run City and score two goals. The next 60 minutes had United defend, defend and defend.


There was a blip five minutes from time as Otamendi scored to bring it within one but United were strong enough to hold out. 


They move up to fifth, just five points behind Chelsea in fourth. A top four finish for Unied is back on.


Man City 1 – 2 Man Utd


90+5 mins: City win a corner but somehow Man Utd get it away. The full time whistle goes and United have the victory.


Manchester is red. United travel to the Etihad and take the points.

Man City 1 – 2 Man Utd


90+3 mins: Dan James brings the ball forward on the counter attack and gives it to Pereira on the left. United win a corner and Fred tries to keep the ball in the corner of the pitch. 


City eventually win a goal kick and Ederson takes it quickly. The home side get the ball down the pitch but Ashley Young gets possession and puts his foot through the ball to clear. 

Man City 1 – 2 Man Utd


90 mins: Man Utd have almost everyone back in defence. Man City are biding their time looking for the vital opening but they then pass the ball out of play. 


Five minutes will be added on. Five minutes for City to rescue a point. Five minutes for United to hold on. 

Man City 1 – 2 Man Utd


87 mins: Gundogan comes on for Rodri. De Gea makes a save as Mahrez shoots from the right side of the box. Luke Shaw is down with hat looks like cramp. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer makes a double change.


Shaw and Lingard go off with Young and Tuanzebe coming on.


Man City 1 – 2 Man Utd – Otamendi


85 mins: GOAL! That changes things. City win a corner and De Bruyne sends it into the middle of the box. Otamendi throws himself through Wan Bissaka and Maguire. He wins the header and scores! Things are about to get messy.

Man City 0 – 2 Man Utd


84 mins: Lingard brings the ball forward for Man Utd. Wan Bissaka comes to help him out and has his cross blocked. This is better from Utd, not just sitting back and defending but going in search of a definite winner. 

Man City 0 – 2 Man Utd


81 mins: Into the final ten minutes of the 90. Man Utd still lead by two goals but Man City are still threatening the goal. McTominay is brought down by De Bruyne who is booked. 


United win the free kick but don’t put many people in the box. Angelino heads it away and City break. Jesus is almost away but McTominay is taken out. 



Man City 0 – 2 Man Utd


78 mins: Man City win a corner that Mahrez plays short. It then comes into the box and drops for Jesus who tries to lay it off for Mahrez instead of shooting himself. Mahrez isn’t able to shoot but City keep hold of the ball. 


Man City 0 – 2 Man Utd


75 mins: Sterling beats two Manchester United defenders and gives the ball to David Silva. He tries to find De Bruyne but Luke Shaw intercepts and boots the ball away.


Andreas Pereira comes on for Anthony Martial.


Pereira clatters Sterling to the ground by kicking his legs from under him. It was a cynical challenge and he gets put in the book. 

Man City 0 – 2 Man Utd


72 mins: De Bruyne is out on the right side and he plays the ball into Sterling. Maguire comes over to defend and Sterling goes to ground looking for a penalty but he doesn’t get one. 


Man City are chasing the game and they keep getting the ball into the box. Man Utd have held firm for now but it only feels like a matter of time before City break through. 

Man City 0 – 2 Man Utd


69 mins: Jesse Lingard wins a corner. James passes him the ball in the box and he shoots but Ederson palms it behind for a corner. 


The City fans are throwing bottles and lighters at the United players, one hits Fred on the back of the head and David Silva tells the fans to stop it.


Fred sends the ball into the box but it headed away by City and Jesus wins a free kick near the halfway line. 



Everton win – 13/5

Draw – 14/5

Chelsea win – Evens


Everton come into this game desperate to arrest their slide after slipping into the bottom three, but interim manager Duncan Ferguson has quite the job on his hands with a short turnaround before a game against a confident Chelsea side.

The visitors should pick up the three points away from home. Everton 1-3 Chelsea is our prediction.

When is it?

Kick-off at Goodison Park is at 12.30pm GMT.

How can I watch it?

The match will be aired live on BT Sport 1, with coverage beginning at 12pm.

BT Sport customers can watch the game via the online player or via the BT Sport app.

Team News

Everton are set to continue to be without midfielder Fabian Delph and captain Seamus Coleman, while interim manager Duncan Ferguson may also be unable to call upon centre-half Yerry Mina, who picked up a knock against Liverpool.

Tammy Abraham is likely to be fit despite leaving the pitch in pain against Aston Villa this week. Ross Barkley should return to the squad with illness, while Antonio Rudiger is moving closer to action after a longer-term injury absence.

Predicted line-ups

Everton XI: Jordan Pickford; Djibril Sidibe, Mason Holgate, Michael Keane, Lucas Digne; Tom Davies, Morgan Schneiderlin; Alex Iwobi, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Richarlison; Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

Chelsea XI: Kepa; Reece James, Kurt Zouma, Fikayo Tomori, Cesar Azpilicueta; N’Golo Kante, Jorginho, Mason Mount; Willian, Tammy Abraham, Christian Pulisic.

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