Everton and Manchester United meet in the Premier League this weekend in a game that is must win for both sides.
The Toffees are in big trouble under manager Frank Lampard and relegation is a real threat after they lost 3-2 to Burnley in midweek.
United meanwhile are desperate to return to winning ways if they are to have any chance of sealing Champions League qualification this season.
The Red Devils’ 1-1 draw with Leicester last Sunday left the club in seventh, three points behind fourth-placed Tottenham.
This Premier League clash will take place on Saturday, April 9.
talkSPORT have exclusive coverage of the top-flight fixture at Goodison Park which will kick-off at 12:30.
Reshmin Chowdhury will be your presenter while commentary will come from Sam Matterface and former England winger Trevor Sinclair.
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Everton v Manchester United: Team news
The hosts will be handed the double boost of the returning Allan and Michael Keane following the end of their domestic suspensions.
Toffees captain Seamus Coleman and Fabian Delph are both expected to be back as well, but Yerry Mina remains sidelined.
United meanwhile may be without Luke Shaw, who is a major doubt for the contest after he limped out of the draw against Leicester.
Cristiano Ronaldo will be back following a recent illness but Edinson Cavani remains a long-term absentee for the club.
Everton v Manchester United: What has been said?
“The money Everton have put in, you expect the club to making forward steps,” Leon Osman told talkSPORT.
“Not finding the club languishing at the bottom of the Premier League, struggling for points, struggling for form, struggling for any kind of performance really, so it’s a very worrying time for the club.
“I think that’s been a criticism of this team all season, you’re looking round and you’re wondering who are the characters? Who are the leaders?
“You saw the way Alex Iwobi give the ball away [in the defeat to West Ham] just as they got themselves back into the game, and Everton, defensively, are so exposed.
“You’re already falling behind in games, then you’re wondering who’s got the character to get on the ball and try and make things happen.
“And for the majority of this season that’s fell on the shoulders of young Anthony Gordon, which is incredible to say for a guy who’s just broken into the team, really young in age, really young in career [and he’s] carried the fight of such a huge club of such history of characters.”