Premier League 13/5/2021

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Premier League 13/5/2021. Two games in the Premier League tonight. At 18:00, on Sky Sports Main Event, is Aston Villa v Everton. At 20:15, also on Sky Sports Main Event, is Manchester United v Liverpool.

Premier League 13/5/2021 - Aston Villa v Everton
Aston Villa v Everton
Premier League 13/5/2021 - Aston Villa v Everton Detailed
Aston Villa v Everton Detailed

Premier League 13/5/2021 – Aston Villa v Everton

  • Aston Villa will certainly shuffle things around given the sharp turnaround between matches.
  • Dean Smith hopes to have Jack Grealish back from injury for the reception of Everton but he may only make the bench after missing the last 12 games.
  • Ollie Watkins is suspended for the hosts after his sending off late on against Manchester United on Sunday. Keinan Davis is poised for his first league start of the season, though Wesley is an alternative now back from injury.
  • Ross Barkley will obviously be keen to face his boyhood club but Jacob Ramsey is an option if fresh legs are required.
  • Marvelous Nakamba also has a decent chance of a start on Wednesday, most likely in place of Douglas Luiz.
  • Abdoulaye Doucouré was back among the substitutes in Everton’s 1-0 win over West Ham on Sunday but didn’t make it off the bench after a long spell out injured.
  • Yerry Mina misses out here but Carlo Ancelotti is hopeful he has not played his final game of the season already.
  • James Rodriguez missed out against the Hammers and will again here, with an eye on returning for their final two games of the season.
  • Mason Holgate, Andre Gomes and Alex Iwobi are pushing for recalls for Carlo Ancelotti’s side.

More Team News / Match Report

Premier League 13/5/2021 - United v Liverpool
United v Liverpool
Premier League 13/5/2021 - Manchester United v Liverpool
Manchester United v Liverpool
Premier League 13/5/2021 - Manchester United v Liverpool Detailed
Manchester United v Liverpool Detailed

Premier League 13/5/2021 – Manchester United v Liverpool

  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should restore his usual starting XI for Thursday’s game with Liverpool after resting them all against Leicester on Tuesday.
  • Harry Maguire will miss Manchester United’s remaining league matches and is a major doubt for the Europa League final at the end of May, potentially even set to miss the Euros.
  • Given Eric Bailly’s injury record and how cautious Solskjaer has been with him, it would be a surprise for him to do 180 minutes in 48 hours. Axel Tuanzebe could therefore start.
  • Ozan Kabak misses out for Liverpool once again, leaving Jurgen Klopp with a problem at centre-back. Rhys Williams had an absolute torrid time against Manchester United earlier in the season so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Fabinho drop back into defence on Thursday.
  • James Milner or Curtis Jones are on standby to step into midfield if Fabinho is required at centre-back for the away side.
  • Roberto Firmino is expected to rotate into the side at the expense of Diogo Jota in midweek after dropping out of the side for the 2-0 win over Southampton at the weekend.

Head-to-head

  • Manchester United have only lost one of their past 15 home games against Liverpool in all competitions (W10, D4), and are unbeaten in eight.
  • Home and away, United have won just one of the past nine league meetings (D6, L2).

Manchester United

  • Manchester United have lost five Premier League games at Old Trafford this season, as many as they had in their previous two campaigns combined.
  • United’s only defeat in their past 13 league matches played on a Thursday came at Middlesbrough in December 2002.
  • Marcus Rashford has scored four goals in his last four league and cup appearances against Liverpool at Old Trafford.
  • Mason Greenwood has scored 29 goals in all competitions since the start of last season, more than any other teenager in Europe’s top five leagues.
  • Liverpool and Arsenal are the two opponents Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has faced more than once in the Premier League as a manager and never beaten. He’s winless in five games against each of them.

Liverpool

  • Liverpool have won just two of their six midweek Premier League games this season, with both victories coming against Tottenham. The Reds failed to score in the other four matches.
  • They have won five of their last seven away league fixtures, more than in their previous 15.
  • Mohamed Salah can become the first Liverpool player to score away to Manchester United in two games within the same season since Harry Chambers 100 years ago.
  • Roberto Firmino has scored just once in 14 matches versus United, while Sadio Mane has one goal in 11 games against them.
  • Jurgen Klopp has managed away at Manchester United without winning more times than against any other opponent in his career, having failed to win on any of his six visits to Old Trafford.

More Team News / Match Report

Other Games

OTHER FOOTBALL – THURSDAY 13 MAY

1:00am COPA LIBERTADORES – Deportivo La Guaira v Cerro Porteno
Canada – beIN Sports 4
MENA – beIN Sports English 1
USA – beIN Sports 4

1:00am COPA LIBERTADORES – Fluminese v Independiente Santa Fe
Australia – beIN Sports 3
Canada – beIN Sports 7
USA – beIN Sports 7

1:00am COPA LIBERTADORES – Junior v CA River Plate
Australia – beIN Sports 2
Canada – beIN Sports
New Zealand – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
USA – beIN Sports

1:30am COPA SUDAMERICANA – Atletico Goianiense v Palestino
Canada – beIN Sports 5
USA – beIN Sports 5

1:30am COPA SUDAMERICANA – Bolivar v Jorge Wilstermann
Canada – beIN Sports 6
MENA – beIN Sports English 3
USA – beIN Sports 6

1:30am COPA SUDAMERICANA – San Lorenzo v Rosario
USA – beIN Sports Xtra

3:00am COPA LIBERTADORES – Atletico Nacional v Nacional
Australia – beIN Sports 2
Canada – beIN Sports
MENA – beIN Sports English 2
New Zealand – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
USA – beIN Sports

3:00am COPA LIBERTADORES – Universitario v Defensa y Justicia
Australia – beIN Sports 3
Canada – beIN Sports 7
MENA – beIN Sports English 1
USA – beIN Sports 7

8:00am ETHIOPIAN PREMIER LEAGUE – Bahardar v Ethiopia Bunna
South Africa – Supersport Football

10:00am AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE – Melbourne City v Adelaide Utd
UK – BT Sport 1
Australia – Fox Sports 505
Malaysia – beIN Sports
New Zealand – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
USA – ESPN+

1:00pm ETHIOPIAN PREMIER LEAGUE – Adama Kenema v Awassa Kenema
South Africa – Supersport Football

2:00pm DANISH CUP FINAL – Randers v SonderjyskE
Malaysia – Fox Sports 3
USA – ESPN+

2:30pm BUNDESLIGA 2 – Holstein Kiel v Jahn Regensburg
UK – BT Sport 1

5:30pm BELGIAN PRO LEAGUE – Antwerp v Club Brugge
Canada – DAZN
Eurasia – Setanta Sports 2
USA – ESPN+

5:30pm SWEDISH ALLSVENSKANLIGA – AIK v Malmo
USA – ESPN+

11:00pm COPA LIBERTADORES – Velez v LDU Quito
Australia – beIN Sports 2
New Zealand – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports

11:15pm COPA SUDAMERICANA – Aragua v La Equidad
Canada – beIN Sports 5
USA – beIN Sports 5

11:15pm COPA SUDAMERICANA – Gremio v Lanus
Australia – beIN Sports 3
Canada – beIN Sports 6
USA – beIN Sports 6

11:15pm COPA SUDAMERICANA – Guabira v EC Bahia
USA – beIN Sports Xtra

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