Last Updated at 12:10 pm, October 30th 2011
FULL TIME. Everton 0 Man United 1.
Saha is off for Everton with Magaye Guaye his replacement.
Apostolos Vellios is on for Osman as Everton boost their attacking options.
Welbeck comes off after an impressive shift down the left as Antonio Valencia comes on.
Coleman is indeed booked for that late tackle on Evra.
Goalscorer Hernandez is replaced by Dimitar Berbatov in a Unitec change.
Cleverley is off for United and Nani will come for in his place.
Ross Barkley is on at the break in place of Bilyaletdinov.
Joshua Battat writes: "Hi there, I really think United will go on to win this! After a devastating result last week, the lads have come out on top and Sir Alex will give them a valuable talking to at half time! Surprised by the choice of starting Jonny Evans after his sending off last week but that just proves the faith Sir Alex has in his players - let's just hope it pays off! Should be a thrilling second half with a 2-0 win for United!"
Harry Long writes: "So far Man U have played well, good passing of the ball and some decent chances .. Score is good I reckon a 4-0 win Two for Hernandez two for Rooney."
Peter Fearon in New York writes: "If Everton continue to take the game to Utd they can win. I would like to see Barkley and Vellios thrown into the fray on in the second half. I'm optimistic."
Ian Rees writes: "Everton have done really well considering cahill, drenthe, and distin are out. Keep up the good work in the second half and we will deserve a point come on COYB's"
HALF TIME. Everton 0 Man United 1.
Park is full of beans as he looks to nip past Osman but eventually loses out to Rodwell who is then booked for unfairly trying to win it back from Jones.
GOAL! Hernandez scores!
Sky Bet have United at 5/6 to win today's game. Everton are 100/30 shots with the draw offered at 5/2. For those who like such stories, Rooney is 4/1 to net first against his former club, with Saha - who has scored in each of his last two games - 8/1 to do likewise.
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