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September 24 2017, 01:29 | Van Peters
BT SPORTMan Utd news Romelu Lukaku has started the Premier League season in top form
Beating Sir Bobby Charlton's record by becoming United's all-time top goalscorer, the 31-year old will return to Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon with childhood club Everton to face his former team.
Despite drawing against Stoke last weekend, the Red Devils bounced back impressively against Basel, securing a 3-0 victory to mark their return to Europe's elite competition.
Herrera has been restricted to just one start this season following the form of Pogba and Matic, but he still remains a vital first-team player and one who will have a big part to play in the club's race for the Premier League title.
He'll want to score a goal and put on a performance and he'll want Everton to play well.
'When I come back to play football on the field I will be better than before, I am not coming back because I am the one I am, I am coming back to be a better version of the old one. They haven't won the in the league since the opening day, and with four points, they find themselves in the 16 spot.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan should retain his place in the attacking midfield role while Juan Mata could also start once again on the right after impressing during the early stages of the season.
The Belgian global would provide United with plenty of steel in the middle of the park alongside Nemanja Matic.
Those league defeats came at the hands of champions Chelsea and Tottenham, who were runners-up to the Blues last season. The Belgium global has enjoyed a fast start to life at Old Trafford, scoring four goals in four Premier League games thus far.
Last three iterations of this league fixture haven't witnessed more than 2.5 goals.
Mourinho also revealed that Luke Shaw has recovered from a foot injury, though he expects Marcos Rojo to remain sidelined for a "couple of months".
Ronald Koeman will be without Ross Barkley, Funes Mori, Yannick Bolasie and Seamus Coleman for the clash against the Red Devils as they are all out with injuries.
United are trading at [1.37] for the outright win, but they can be backed -1.5 on the Asian Handicap at [2.1]. A draw is available at 17/4 and an away can get you up to 21/2 odds. And if we add the UEFA Champions League into the mix, then we can see they have been quite dominant at home.
Romelu Lukaku continued his fine goal-scoring form with another strike in midweek so the Belgian global should once again lead the line up front. You can get our pick at the best odds of 11/2 at Bet365.