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It's all over! Everton beat United 1-0 thanks to Marouane Fellaini's winner.
The outstanding Fellaini goes off to a standing ovation from the home crowd as Heitinga makes an appearance.
Steven Naismith comes on for the injured Jelavic to make his Premier League debut.
Another change for United as Tom Cleverley comes off for Anderson.
Everton's Leon Osman makes way for Republic of Ireland defender Seamus Coleman.
Ashley Young comes on for United, with Nani making way.
Here we go then - what United fans have been waiting for. Robin van Persie steps on for Welbeck to make his Red Devils debut.
GOAL! FELLAINI FOR EVERTON! Well, who else?
@WAdhipE believes the Toffees have got the physical edge over their visitors. He tweeted - 'The whole Everton team is too strong and tall for United. And they are deliberately targeting Carrick because he isnt a CB.'
Paarth Sharma is pleased to see De Gea silencing the critics with his display - 'De Gea - is now proving his worth to Sir Alex - Hope all his doubters keep quiet now!'
@sglenton wants to RVP sooner rather than later - 'United fan here, think we should really bring Van Persie on and start the scoring before the Toffees do.'
Sky Sports' Gary Neville agrees Fellaini has been the main man in the first half, telling MNF - 'I thought he was absolutely magnificent. He's done everything right. He's been a constant threat, a target for Everton.'
The whistle blows and it's goalless at half-time - but there's been plenty of chances, particularly from the Toffees.
There's a late challenge from Paul Scholes on Gibson and that's another Manchester United player with a yellow card in these early minutes.
Nani earns the first booking of the game after a challenge on Baines. A bit harsh, not much contact. Toffees free-kick.
Much of the focus may be on RVP this evening, but Joshua Rance has warned not to forget about the Toffees' main man Jelavic - 'Got a feeling Jelavic will rip the first half but RVP to get an late goal.'
Rupi Lal is disappointed not to see Little Pea on the bench - 'Happy with the starting line up; totally agree with Gary Nev about Van Persie being on the bench in his first game but the big surprise for me is no Chichaito but Berbatov joining him in the subs.'
Gary Neville agrees, telling MNF - 'He's a player that's got that composure in the last third that's so important for the likes of Rooney and Van Persie. I think he'll play off the striker, off to the side. He's got that ability to thread a pass through, he's got his head up. He's going to be a very, very good player and difficult to mark.'
@matthew_platt is predicting another United new-boy, Kagawa, to be a big hit - 'Hoping to see Kagawa starting tonight, expecting big things from him this season... One to watch for sure!'
@WolfHawkWriting has come over all prophetic. He tweeted - 'Rachel, Had a dream Van Persie came off the bench to score a header.......'
Sky Sports' Gary Neville tells Monday Night Football of Robin van Persie starting on the bench - 'The biggest risk of this investment is injury. To let him have a look at it from the bench is probably the sensible thing to do, because you wouldn't want him to get injured.'
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