MANCHESTER UNITED host Everton and under pressure head coach Frank Lampard TODAY in FA Cup action.
The Red Devils head into the clash on fine form while Everton sit in the relegation zone of the Premier League.
However, today's clash offers a much needed break from league action as the Toffees look to progress into the next round of the FA Cup.
Erik ten Hag is looking for his first trophy at Old Trafford and will be hoping to seek FA Cup glory this season.
When is Manchester United vs Everton?
- Manchester United vs Everton takes place TODAY,Friday, January 6.
- The clash is set to get underway from 8pm tonight.
- Old Trafford will play host to the affair as both sides seek progression to the next round of the FA Cup.
Where to watch Manchester United vs Everton?
- Manchester United vs Everton will be shown live on ITV in the UK.
- The channel is FREE for those with a valid TV license in the UK.
- Fans can also live stream the match on the ITV X website for FREE, with the app also available for download on all mobile and tablet devices.
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Axel Tuanzebe remains a long-term absentee for Manchester United, while Jadon Sancho is a major doubt despite returning to training.
Donny van de Beek is also likely to be out after the Dutch international suffered an injury against Bournemouth, while Anthony Martial also went off but is set to return.
Scott McTominay returned to the bench against the Cherries and could be in line for a start after recovering from illness.
For the visitors, Lampard has Amadou Onana back available for selection after serving a suspension and Anthony Gordon could return from illness.
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Everton will definitely be without James Garner and Michael Keane upon their Old Trafford returns.
Andros Townsend and Nathan Patterson are also absent for the huge FA Cup clash.
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