The Red Devils are coming into this game on the back of a resounding 5-0 victory over Club Brugge in the second leg of their Europa League R-32 clash with the Belgian side.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would be hoping his Manchester United players carry their form from the previous games when they meet Everton at the Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon.
The Red Devils have turned their poor early-season form around and are yet to lose a single game in all competitions for more than a month. They have defeated the likes of Manchester City and Chelsea in that period to reinforce their credentials for a top-four finish.
Everton, meanwhile, have moved up the league table since they sacked Marco Silva in December and replaced the former Wolves manager with Carlo Ancelotti. Since the start of his managerial stint at the club on Boxing Day, the Blues have won 5 of their eight games domestically.
Furthermore, with the two defeats in his reign coming at Manchester City and Arsenal, it seems clear to everyone that, so far, the 60-year-old has been able to do what his employers would have wanted him to when they gave him the keys to the Goodison Park in late December.