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Everton v Man United: Take Paddy to the cleaners with this great new offer

All roads lead to goals in this Super Sunday clash

Manchester United travel to Goodison Park on Sunday in search of only their second win in the last five league games. The bad news, or good news depending on who you ask, is that Wayne Rooney looks to have picked up a knock and is a major doubt for the game. Rooney’s absence could see veteran Zlatan team up with wonderkid Rashford for what would be a pretty lethal attacking duo for a shaky Everton back line to deal with.

Everton are coming off the back of a narrow loss to Southampton and a five goal spanking from Chelsea however they will take heart from their home form. The toffees have scored in every home game this season and are yet to lose at Goodison under Ronald Koeman in the league.

Whatever way you look at it seems like all roads lead to goals in this Super Sunday match up, making it the ideal game to launch our brand new offer!

Bet £/€20 on either Everton or Manchester United to win and we’ll give you a £/€5 free bet for each goal your team scores in the match

To celebrate this new offer we have pulled out the Premier League years archives to relive some of the best Everton v United matches, as well the dulcet tones of Georgie Thompson.

Which installment of this rivalry was your favourite?

Everton 4-4 Man United

This classic in 2012 is still one of best premier league games ever played. Having gone 4-2 down Everton clawed their way back into the game and the draw blew to the title that season.

20 quid on either team would have got you your money back with our new offer, 5 notes back for every goal.

Everton 2-4 Man United

This was a classic Fergie era comeback for Man United in 2007. Two nil down with an hour gone goals from John O’Shea, Rooney and none other than Chris Eagles were complement by a Phil Neville own goal.

Our Bet 20 get 5 offer would have pocketed United backers an extra 20 snots on top of their existing winnings.

 

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