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  • Marouane Fellaini gives away late penalty two minutes after coming off bench.
  • Leighton Baines equalises after first-half goal from Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
  • United remain nine points off fourth placed Manchester City.
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85 minutes: Marouane Fellaini comes off the bench.

87 minutes: Marouane Fellaini gives away a penalty.

88 minutes: Leighton Baines scores penalty.

Manchester United drop more points thanks to the Belgium international's moment of madness. They led for 88 minutes but again let a win has evaporated before their eyes.

Full-time: Everton 1-1 Manchester United

We are well into five minutes of added time here, both sides still want another goal.

United lumber forward and Holgate makes a vital challenge to flick away Herrera's cross with Rashford lurking.

Everton are flying now and Baines looks to add another with a fierce drive that De Gea punches away for a corner.

Baines slots home and United only have themselves to blame if they don't win here. Fellaini, brought onto protect the lead, has given it away and United are now facing another draw in the league.

Goal! Everton 1-1 Manchester United (Leighton Baines, 87)

Two minutes after coming off the pitch, Fellaini has given away a penalty!

PENALTY - Everton

Here comes Marouane Fellaini too, he will come onto replace Herrera for the final five minutes.

Leighton Baines stands his ground and watches Ibrahimovic leap across him trying to win the ball. The Swede is briefly down, but is soon back on his feet.

Here comes Marcus Rashford, he'll replace Martial.

Everton denied again! Holgate hooks a cross in from the right but with very little pace on the ball, Valencia can't get any real power on it and nods straight at De Gea.

A promising move for United breaks down when Pogba overhits a pass for his teammate out on the right. Marcus Rashford is getting ready to come on.

Ibrahimovic tries one too many drag backs in his own half and doesn't see the breaking run of Mkhitaryan. Everton win the ball off him and swarm forward, but Herrera gets back and wins a foul for his side.

Holgate flicks on the free kick, forcing De Gea to leap across goal and palm it away. Everton are building towards something here.

Deulofeu cuts inside but Darmian nudges the ball away from him with a clean tackle. Not according to Michael Oliver however who awards Everton the free kick. Another poor call.

Herrera slips and Everton surge forward. The ball falls to Deulofeu who has time to measure his shot against countryman David de Gea. The ball is swerving all over the place, but the United goalkeeper follows it all the way and makes the save.

United need a second or they will be in for a very tense final 15 minutes.

Valencia springs into life down the left flank, needing Jones to race over and intercept with a fine sliding challenge.

They are dropping like flies for Everton. Bolasie hasn't recovered from that challenge from Martial and Enner Valencia will replace him. No Ross Barkley today, then.

Mason Holgate comes onto replace Coleman for the final 25 minutes.

Seamus Coleman is now struggling and looks unable to continue.

Change for Everton, Gerard Deloufeu comes on for Cleverly. Bolasie is okay to continue after receiving some treatment.

Martial chases back and goes shoulder to shoulder with Bolasie and knocking him off the ball., It's a fair challenge and play continues, but the former Crystal Palace man stays down and looks in some pain.

United denied by the post! Mkhitaryan slides a ball down the right for Carrick of all people, who stands the ball up with red shirts rushing into the six yard box. Coleman get a slight header on it to shift it away from Ibrahimovic, but Herrera follows it up, chesting it down before lashing a half volley on goal that rattles off the post. Everton survive.

The Goodison Park crowd rages with Cleverly as he loses the ball in trying a back heel on the edge of the United box.

This is good from United; since that Mirallas chance they have moved the ball around much better and pressed Everton into mistakes whenever they have lost it.

That free kick comes to Ibrahimovic who watches the ball fall out of the sky before hammering the volley, but Funes Mori makes the block.

United now have a free kick over the right hand side of the Everton box after Mkhitaryan is chopped down by Cleverly.

Good save from de Gea! Mirallas plays a one two with Lukaku inside the box and lashes one on goal, but the Spaniard does well to palm it away.

Coleman just about gets the better of Ibrahmovic and in a race for the ball but there is a coming together between the two as the Irishman tries to turn away. While both men are down, Ibrahimovic appears to bring his heel down on the Everton defender's head. Intentional? It looked it, but no action is taken.

Ibrahimovic brings the ball down with a first touch so divine Paul Pogba doesn't even see it coming.

And we are back underway at Goodison Park, no changes from either side.

A very scrappy first half ends and United have the advantage. They could and should perhaps be down to 10 men put a poor decision from Michael Oliver spared Marcos Rojo after his dreadful challenge on Idrissa Gueye, but Zlatan Ibrahimovic's opener has them in control.

Half-time: Everton 0-1 Manchester United

United have the lead! A moment of madness for Stekelenburg and one of genius from Ibrahimovic. The Everton goalkeeper comes charging out of goal to try and get to the ball before the United striker, despite him being well marshalled by Mori. Ibrahimovic gets their first and from outside the box, hooks the ball over the Dutchman and towards goal. It takes a couple of agonising touches of the woodwork before trickling over the line.

Goal! Everton 0-1 Manchester United (Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 42)

Ibrahimovic brilliantly touches the ball off to Pogba who threads a fine ball through for Mkitaryan, but Mori gets to the ball first with a superb sliding challenge.

United have looked pretty toothless so far. Ibrahimovic is persistently dropping deep and any attempts to knock the ball onto the overlapping Martial or Mkhitaryan haven't come off.

Everton vs Man Utd

It's been a full-blooded affair at Goodison Park so far. 10 minutes of the first half remaining.

Plenty of trouble coming down that left side for United, but Martial is back this time to help out and nicks the ball away from the rampaging Coleman.

Gareth Barry is shown a yellow card - he could have two already.

It's a fairly meek effort from Ibrahimovic that is driven straight into the wall and Everton come clear.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been quiet so far but comes alive as he picks up the ball on the edge of the box. He shimmies past Cleverly but is brought down by Mori. United free kick.

Bolasie now turns Darmian with ease with the Italian slipping not once but twice as he tries to get back up to chase him. The ball comes in from the wing but Valencia has shimmied across to help out his teammates in the centre and help clear the danger.

So far this afternoon, Marcos Rojo should have been shown a straight red and Gareth Barry perhaps should have had two yellows.

Carrick gives the ball away carelessly and it invites Bolaise to tear down the right with loads of space in front of him. Bolasie and Lukaku are in the box but Jones does brilliantly to get between them and steer the ball away with a powerful header.

An Everton attack breaks down and United try to move it forward quickly on the counter through Pogba, but Barry sticks out his arm to deliberately block the Frenchman's pass and stop the move. Surely that's a yellow? Nope. Referee Michael Oliver is having a bit of shocker here.

Ander Herrera slips in his own half and invites Gueye to race onto the loose ball. Rojo tries to get to it first and leaps in two-footed in an effort to get there. I's a woeful challenge that could easily earn him a straight red, but Michael Oliver dishes out a yellow.

Funes Mori fails to clear twice in quick succession, rashly pinging the ball straight at a United player. The away side are building pressure here.

Gareth Barry comes in hard and late on Ibrahimovic, wiping out the ex-Sweden international in the process. I'm not quite sure how he has managed to avoid a booking there, but he does.

United string together a fine move with Darmian driving forward from the left and playing the ball inside looking for Martial. The France international dummies it and continues his run while Ibrahimovic picks him out. He's one on one with the Everton goalkeeper, but the offside flag is up.

There's a good battle in the middle of the park between pals Lukaku and Paul Pogba. The United midfielder just about fends him off the ball before shipping out wide to Valencia. Pogba eventually gets it back and decides to take the shot on despite appearing to be off balance, and lashes wide from 25 yards out.

Good start from Everton, this. They have got United pinned back in their own half the moment.

Everton pepper the United box with a succession of corners but at the third time of asking, the away side finally manage to clear their lines.

Lukaku does wonderfully to shrug off Jones and knock the ball over to Coleman who delivers a peach of a ball into the box. Lukaku has continued his run but Carrick does brilliantly to shift it out for a corner.

49 seconds in and he is ruled offside again. That's surely some sort of record?

Nine seconds in and Zlatan Ibrahimovic is ruled offside.

And United get us underway at Goodison Park.

Before we get underway, there will be a minute's silence to remember those who lost their lives on the plane carrying Brazilian team Chapecoense.

A win for Everton this afternoon will lift them above Manchester United and West Brom into sixth place. Three points for Jose Mourinho would still leave them adrift of the top four, but at least put them back in sight of it, with Manchester City currently occupying the final Champions League place with 30 points.

After his brace against West Ham, Anthony Martial has four goals in his last six appearances in all competitions. Another four and he will trigger a clause in his contract where United must pay Monaco another €10m.

There's no room for Juan Mata in Jose Mourinho's starting XI this afternoon. The Spaniard wore the captain's armband in their last league game against West Ham.

Ronald Koeman has made three changes to his side with Ross Barkley, Phil Jagielka and Aaron Lennon dropping out for out. Funes Mori, Tom Cleverley and Kevin Mirallas in.

Jose Mourinho has made two changes to the side that beat West Ham 4-1 on Wednesday with Paul Pogba returning in midfield as expected. He comes in for the suspended Wayne Rooney, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic flanked by Anthony Martial and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, the latter who starts just his second Premier League game of the season after registering two assists mid-week.

Luke Shaw misses out as expected with Matteo Darmian coming in at left-back instead of Daley Blind. Michael Carrick continues at the base of midfield and Eric Bailly takes a spot on the bench, having completed his recovery from a knee injury sooner than expected.

Everton team to face Manchester United: Stekelenburg, Coleman, Williams, Funes Mori, Baines, Barry, Cleverley, Gueye, Bolasie, Lukaku, Mirallas.

Manchester United team to face Everton: De Gea, Valencia, Jones, Rojo, Darmian, Carrick, Herrera, Pogba, Mkhitaryan, Ibrahimovic, Martial.

Subs: Romero, Bailly, Blind, Fellaini, Lingard, Mata, Rashford

Team news: Manchester United

Chris Smalling meanwhile has also not played since that heavy defeat at Chelsea, with Phil Jones and Marcos Rojo stepping in to fill the void at the heart of defence. That duo are likely to start again today.

Team news: Manchester United

Summer signing Bailly has not played since the harrowing 4-0 Premier League defeat to Chelsea in late October where he picked up the knee ligament injury that has kept him sidelined. The Ivory Coast international returned to training this week however as he edges closer to a return, but Sunday's trip to Goodison Park will come too soon for the 22-year-old.

Luke Shaw has been in and out of the United side in recent months but his likely omission today has nothing to do with form, Jose Mourinho explained on Friday.

The injury [to Luke] is a pity. We were on this process of developing him as a player – he has a lot to learn and great potential to develop so we were giving him 90 minutes. Not consecutive matches but 90 minutes against Feyenoord then, one week later, 90 minutes against West Ham, but he got this little injury.

"In the squad, we are in a very good position with injuries – the two central defenders and Luke is what we have. Everybody is doing really well to keep that record good in such a difficult season with so many matches. Hopefully, we progress in the cup competitions and have more cup games to play in the second part of the season.

Team news: Manchester United

Wayne Rooney was outstanding against West Ham but a yellow card that evening means he is suspended for the return to Goodison Park. Marouane Fellaini and Paul Pogba however are available again after serving one-match bans in that win over the Hammers.

Team news: Everton

Everton have no fresh injuries to contend with this afternoon with Mohamed Besic a long-term absentee. James McCarthy meanwhile could be in contention to come back into the side after recovering from a hamstring problem.

Team news: Manchester United

Luke Shaw joins Eric Bailly and Chris Smalling on the sidelines. The England international was taken off at half-time during Wednesday's EFL Cup quarter-final victory over West Ham United and replaced by Daley Blind. The Dutchman is now likely to make his first league start in over a month on Merseyside.