Erik ten Hag urges Man Utd to prepare for test from Everton

Erik ten Hag has warned Manchester United to expect a stern test from fired-up Everton on Sunday in the aftermath of their 10-point deduction. Ten Hag’s side travel to Goodison Park for Everton’s first match since they were plunged into the Premier League relegation zone following the sanction for breaking Premier League profitability and sustainability rules.

Everton are set to appeal against the verdict, with Toffees boss Sean Dyche vowing his players would not be derailed. United’s trips to Merseyside are always volatile occasions and Ten Hag is well aware that his team will face the wrath of both the Goodison faithful and Dyche’s team.

“It’s always about us, I can see the opposition and I can see they are mad, but then finally it’s about us,” he said on Friday.

“If they are mad and that’s their fuel, we have to match those standards. When we match the standards we have a very good chance to win the game.”

Beaten in three of their past five games in all competitions, United are boosted by the return to training of England left-back Luke Shaw, sidelined since August. Goalkeeper Andre Onana has overcome a knock suffered on international duty with Cameroon, but Ten Hag said a decision would be taken on Saturday about whether Denmark striker Rasmus Hojlund can feature after his muscle strain.

Source: Supersport

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