Manchester United’s upcoming clash against Everton is set to light up TV screens next month in the UK.
Originally slated for Saturday, November 25th, the match has been rescheduled to Sunday, November 26th, with a 4:30pm start, courtesy of Sky Sports’ broadcasting decision.
Post the November international hiatus, this fixture will set the pace for United as they approach another pivotal match against Galatasaray in the Champions League.
This game will be instrumental in determining Erik ten Hag’s squad’s fate in progressing further in the competition.
For many United fans, this could be a nostalgic visit to Goodison Park, given that Everton is eyeing relocation in the 2024/25 season.
Many still fondly remember United seizing the league title there in May 2003. Moreover, in the previous season, the Reds had a triumphant 2-1 comeback at Goodison, with Cristiano Ronaldo marking his 700th club goal.
As Ten Hag’s brigade prepares for this fixture, there’s much at stake. Currently positioned 10th in the league, they are trailing by five points from a top-four spot and are eight points behind the frontrunners, Tottenham.