Last Updated at 7:29 pm, January 31st 2009
Halsey then brings the game to an end. Van der Sar extends his consecutive clean sheet record to 12 as a workmanlike Man United win 1-0 to take control of the Premier League.
Everton are now 100/1 to win this one and 8/1 to salvage a point.
Fletcher makes way for Man United veteran Ryan Giggs.
Fellaini is substituted. Victor Anichebe - who has scored once in his last 14 matches - comes on in his stead.
Everton are now 33/1 to pull off a remarkable win
Gary Neville makes way for Wes Brown as Ferguson looks to bring on some fresh - and younger - legs.
As I mentioned earlier, Cahill has scored four times in his last eight appearances, so why not back the Aussie to score at 12/1?
If you fancy a flutter why not put some cash on Everton to pull off a what would be a stunning victory at 28/1. A slightly more conservative punt may be on David Moyes' men to draw this match. The odds on that are 13/2.
GOAL RONALDO. Man United's talisman steps up confidently and fires his penalty straight down the middle to make the score 1-0 to Man United.
Carrick wins a penalty after he is caught by Arteta. A tad controversial that as the Spanish midfielder might not have made the challenge inside the area.
A Cristiano Ronaldo goal separated these two teams in the corresponding fixture last season and the Portuguese winger happens to be at a rather tempting 7/2 to open the scoring today. The draw at 7/2 also represents decent value for the punters amongst you.
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