Cristiano Ronaldo Europaklassespieler Report post Posted February 7, 2004 das Spiel wir heute ab 15.55 auf Premiere 2 übertragen einige Infos zum Spiel: Everton v Man Utd Goodison Park Saturday, 7 February Kick-off: 1500 GMT Referee: Neale Barry Everton have doubts over Alan Stubbs and Duncan Ferguson ahead of Manchester United's Premiership visit. Kevin Campbell may return from a back problem and David Unsworth is back, but David Weir (knee) and Joseph Yobo (international duty) are unavailable. Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville are set to return for United from respective back and thigh problems. Kleberson is also in contention after playing for the reserves but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is unlikely to be considered. Everton (from): Martyn, Hibbert, Pistone, Stubbs, Unsworth, Naysmith, Carsley, McFadden, Gravesen, Nyarko, Watson, Kilbane, Radzinski, Ferguson, Jeffers, Rooney, Simonsen, Linderoth, Clarke. Man Utd (from): Howard, Carroll, G Neville, Silvestre, Brown, O'Shea, Fortune, P Neville, Forlan, Ronaldo, Fletcher, Scholes, Butt, Keane, Kleberson, Giggs, Van Nistelrooy, Saha, Bellion. BIG-MATCH FACTS EVERTON and Manchester United meet for the 150th time in League combat. The Merseysiders, four places and five points above the Premiership's trap door, are hoping to emulate Wolves by inflicting a second successive away League defeat the defending champions. But they have not won in 2004, and will need to quickly recover from another FA Cup exit at the hands of Fulham on Wednesday night. Should Everton complete a first win in five League matches, it would bring their Premiership points total under David Moyes to exactly 100. They've not scored in two, but have lost only once in eight League and Cup outings at Goodison Park. United were already champions when they last visited Goodison, won 1-2 and denied the Toffees European football. Everton have lost their last eight encounters with the Red Devils, and not won in 17 since a 1-0 victory in the FA Cup on 20 May 1995. That came three months after an identical result in the equivalent League fixture on 25 February 1995. MANCHESTER UNITED are the Premiership's most winning team this season, but go into the game trailing unbeaten Arsenal by two points at the summit. The Red Devils have won ten and lost one of their last 12 in all competitions. Leading scorer Ruud van Nistelrooy is just one goal away from totally 100 for the Old Trafford club. Sir Alex Ferguson took the risk of leaving out half his first choice team in the reverse fixture, and came out grinning following a 3-2 victory. That puts the champions on course for a ninth successive 'double' over the Merseysiders and 15th against them since they first engaged in League combat in 1892. SEQUENCES/RECENT FORM EVERTON Club stats 14th 25 points Highest achievable at the final whistle: 12th Lowest could fall: 16th Not won in six. Drawn three and lost three League and Cup games since beating Norwich 3-1 at home in the FA Cup Third Round on 3 January. Lost three and drawn two Premiership matches since defeating Birmingham at home 1-0 on 28 December. Lost just three home Premiership games. Conceded one goal in each of the last four at home, in all competitions. The Toffees' 25 Premiership goals have been scored by just eight different players. Only Southampton and Newcastle have fewer Premiership scorers (seven a piece). Gone ten Premiership games since winning by more than a single goal - 2-0 home to Wolves on 22 November. Gone nine Premiership games since losing by more than a single goal - 2-0 away to Bolton on 29 November. One of four clubs to have used the highest number of players in Premiership matches this season (27). The others are Fulham, Leicester and Portsmouth. According to official figures, won more corners in Premiership matches this season than any other club (147). Conceded more penalties in Premiership matches than any other club (six). Next play Birmingham away in the Premiership, followed by Southampton (a) and Aston Villa (h). MANCHESTER UNITED Club stats 2nd 53 points Highest achievable at the final whistle: TOP Lowest could fall: 2nd Dropped 16 points so far. The fewest a Championship winning team has dropped in a 20-club Premiership is 23, the most 39. Won more top division games than any other club (17). Completed fewest draws in the highest League (two). Lost four Premiership games. Only Arsenal can beat that having lost none. Lost just three away Premiership games. Conceded eight away League goals. Only Arsenal can better that (seven). Kept ten clean sheets in the Premiership. Only Chelsea (12) and Middlesbrough (11) have managed more. Unbeaten in 55 top flight games when scoring first. One of two clubs to have conceded the opening goal least often (five times). The other is Arsenal. Two goals short of scoring a total of 100 in all-time home Premier League games. Before the Valentine Day FA Cup derby with Manchester City, there's a home Premiership fixture with Middlesbrough. League opponents after the FA Cup clash will be Leeds (h) and Fulham (a) - the trip to Loftus Road being preceded by a Champions League visit to FC Porto on 25 February. quelle: www.bbc.com 0 Quote Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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