Everton face a trip to Old Trafford for a return to the top flight after their victory over United at Old Trafford.
The hosts had not won in their last three away games, losing 1-0 at Newcastle and 2-1 to Stoke.
And after their recent win over Manchester City, they were without star striker Romelu Lukaku who is nursing a hamstring injury.
“It’s a very tough game against Everton,” manager David Moyes told BT Sport.
“The way we have played this season has been very pleasing.”
They have a good team and a good spirit.
We are a good side.
It’s very difficult to beat a team like that.
“We have to be patient and be confident.”
That’s what we are.
It’s not easy but it’s been very hard.
“Moyes has won eight of his 10 Premier League games at Old United.
He also won at Everton, but the Red Devils had to be content with a 1-1 draw in their first visit to the Premier League since the 1999-2000 season.
United, who have won just one of their last eight Premier League home games, have lost their last five league games away from home.”
Newcastle have won four of their past five Premier League meetings with Everton, the most recent victory coming at Goodison Park in October 2011. “
That’s very disappointing.”
Newcastle have won four of their past five Premier League meetings with Everton, the most recent victory coming at Goodison Park in October 2011.
Newcastle won the first meeting at Old Glamorgan in November 2010, with the Red Devil claiming a 2-0 win in the FA Cup.
Everton’s players are hoping to avoid another defeat.
“I think it is going to be a tough game,” defender Jordan Pickford said.
A victory for United would also put them six points clear of top spot with six games remaining in the Premier, but Everton will hope they can avoid another disappointing start to the season.