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The referee brings the game to a close.
Wayne Rooney handles the ball and concedes a free kick.
Clearance made by Phil Jagielka.
Patrice Evra manages to make a clearance.
Ryan Giggs gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Phil Jagielka.
Clearance made by Seamus Coleman.
Shot by Romelu Lukaku missed to the left of goal.
Adnan Januzaj concedes a free kick for a foul on James McCarthy.
The ball is swung over by Antonio Valencia.
Steven Naismith on for Kevin Mirallas.
Clearance by Phil Jagielka.
Bryan Oviedo concedes a free kick for a foul on Adnan Januzaj.
A cross is delivered by Gerard Deulofeu.
Clearance by Bryan Oviedo.
Bryan Oviedo slots the ball left footed into the goal. Man Utd 0-1 Everton.
Romelu Lukaku takes a shot and went wide of the left-hand post.
Kevin Mirallas takes a shot and struck the post.
Unfair challenge on Seamus Coleman by Antonio Valencia results in a free kick.
Nemanja Vidic challenges Leon Osman unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Seamus Coleman takes the free kick.
Handball by Luis Nani.
Free kick taken by Sylvain Distin.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on James McCarthy by Marouane Fellaini.
Javier Hernandez is brought on as a substitute for Danny Welbeck.
Steven Pienaar goes off and Leon Osman comes on.
Centre by Bryan Oviedo.
Clearance by Sylvain Distin.
Adnan Januzaj fouled by Bryan Oviedo, the ref awards a free kick.
Luis Nani crosses the ball.
Free kick taken by Tim Howard.
Foul by Ryan Giggs on Steven Pienaar, free kick awarded.
Bryan Oviedo challenges Adnan Januzaj unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Header at goal by Danny Welbeck hits the bar.
Shot by Marouane Fellaini. Blocked by James McCarthy.
Corner taken by Ryan Giggs from the right by-line.
Adnan Januzaj has an effort at goal. A parry by Tim Howard prevents the goal.
Gerard Deulofeu takes a shot. David De Gea makes a block.
Ross Barkley leaves the field to be replaced by Gerard Deulofeu.
The official flags Patrice Evra offside.
Free kick taken by Ryan Giggs.
Kevin Mirallas concedes a free kick for a foul on Ryan Giggs.
Antonio Valencia crosses the ball.
Shot by Ross Barkley. Antonio Valencia gets a block in.
Nemanja Vidic manages to make a clearance.
Luis Nani takes the chance to get an effort at goal and missed to the right of the target.
Wayne Rooney crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Adnan Januzaj comes on in place of Rafael Da Silva.
Luis Nani is brought on as a substitute for Shinji Kagawa.
Seamus Coleman challenges Patrice Evra unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Clearance by Nemanja Vidic.
Danny Welbeck fouled by Steven Pienaar, the ref awards a free kick.
Clearance by Chris Smalling.
Shot by Romelu Lukaku. Blocked by Chris Smalling.
Bryan Oviedo sends in a cross.
Marouane Fellaini takes a shot. Blocked by Phil Jagielka.
Shot by Shinji Kagawa. Phil Jagielka gets a block in.
Kevin Mirallas takes a short corner.
Foul by Patrice Evra on Seamus Coleman, free kick awarded.
Seamus Coleman manages to make a clearance.
Clearance made by Sylvain Distin.
The second half has started.
The referee blows for half time.
Steven Pienaar gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Antonio Valencia.
Antonio Valencia fouled by Steven Pienaar, the ref awards a free kick.
A cross is delivered by Seamus Coleman.
Wayne Rooney takes a shot.
Romelu Lukaku delivers the ball.
Bryan Oviedo makes a clearance.
Kevin Mirallas takes a shot. Blocked by Chris Smalling.
Romelu Lukaku takes a shot. Parried by David De Gea back into danger.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Romelu Lukaku on Nemanja Vidic.
Patrice Evra crosses the ball.
Antonio Valencia produces a cross.
Shot by Ross Barkley missed to the left of the net.
Marouane Fellaini restarts play with the free kick.
Ross Barkley concedes a free kick for a foul on Marouane Fellaini.
James McCarthy manages to make a clearance.
Header at goal by Nemanja Vidic goes right of the post.
The ball is crossed by Antonio Valencia.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Bryan Oviedo on Rafael Da Silva.
Marouane Fellaini challenges Ross Barkley unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Clearance by Tim Howard.
Wayne Rooney takes the chance to get an effort at goal and hits the post.
Gareth Barry makes a clearance.
Chris Smalling has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the goal.
Corner taken by Wayne Rooney from the right by-line.
Clearance made by Danny Welbeck.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Kevin Mirallas.
Romelu Lukaku produces a cross.
Header at goal by Ryan Giggs misses left of the target.
The ball is sent over by Wayne Rooney.
Centre by Antonio Valencia.
Shinji Kagawa takes a shot. A parry by Tim Howard prevents the goal.
Seamus Coleman produces a cross.
Tim Howard takes the free kick.
Phil Jagielka manages to make a clearance.
Shot by Wayne Rooney. Parried by Tim Howard back into danger.
Clearance made by Bryan Oviedo.
Nemanja Vidic takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Shinji Kagawa by Ross Barkley.
Antonio Valencia makes a clearance.
Kevin Mirallas takes the chance to get an effort at goal. David De Gea parries the effort to safety.
Romelu Lukaku takes a shot. Blocked by Nemanja Vidic.
Phil Jagielka makes a clearance.
Romelu Lukaku takes the chance to get an effort at goal and missed to the right of the goal.
Bryan Oviedo manages to make a clearance.
Rafael Da Silva manages to make a clearance.
Ryan Giggs gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Ross Barkley.
Chris Smalling makes a clearance.
The game gets underway.
Martinez: We don't fear United
Everton manager Roberto Martinez insists champions Manchester United hold no fear for his players and he will not compromise his side's style at Old Trafford.
The Spaniard's brand of attacking football has brought a new lease of life to the team since he took over from David Moyes, the man in the opposing dugout on Wednesday night.
In the last couple of weeks - in particular the thrilling 3-3 Merseyside derby and the 4-0 rout of Stoke - the Toffees have been relentless in their approach.
Martinez sees no reason why they cannot take that attitude to Old Trafford, a ground where they have not won since 1992, or even to league leaders Arsenal on Saturday as they seek to end an unwanted record against the top sides.
"If we want to do something special this season we need to break that mentality of going to the big grounds and not being able to get good wins," he said.
"If you look at the last 10 years we have never beaten Manchester United or Arsenal or Chelsea or Liverpool at their own grounds and that for us is something we need to address.
"We need to make sure we are ourselves, we need to know exactly how we are going to play and who we are.
"It doesn't matter who you are playing against or where you are playing you need to be able to perform with great standards and that is a fantastic test and challenge to have on Wednesday.
"We have only had one defeat (at Manchester City) this season and that has given us a great confidence and a great understanding of how we need to approach every game.
"When we went to the Etihad we were ourselves for 70 minutes and that is no way good enough to get a positive result.
"We need to learn from that but we are excited to go to Old Trafford and pay them the respect they deserve as they are champions.
"I do feel the game at Old Trafford is as big a test as we are going to get but after 13 games in the league I feel we are ready for that.
"That's our aim. I don't know how long it's going to take us but if we want to be successful over the course of the season we should be able to go anywhere and be ourselves.
"Will that happen overnight, will that happen in five months? We will have to wait and see.
"But I think the success of a team over the course of a season is measured when you can be yourself wherever you go and whoever you face."
Everton have no new injury worries ahead of the clash and they could face former midfielder Marouane Fellaini.
Phil Jones is suspended for Wednesday's encounter and with Michael Carrick (Achilles) ruled out, Fellaini is the obvious replacement.
Robin van Persie has "a chance" of recovering from a combination of groin and toe problems.
"He (Van Persie) is doing okay," said manager David Moyes, who comes up against his former side for the first time.
Fellaini has yet to impress his new club's supporters and is still to score, despite hitting the net on a regular basis at Everton.
But Moyes is not concerned, adding: "It is the same settling-in process that most Manchester United players go through.
"I don't think it is just Marouane or David Moyes. It is players joining this club.
"Obviously there will be players who hit the ground running and can go right in but there will be others who take a little bit of time.
"There have been quite a few of those here."
Moyes can certainly do without dropping more points after successive draws at Cardiff and Tottenham. Yet, for all the scrutiny on him, the Scot would not wish to be anywhere else.
"I knew the enormity of the job at Manchester United. It hasn't changed for me at all," he said.
"It is the biggest job and for me personally it is a great challenge."
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