Manchester United have won their last 7 home games in a row, and will look to make that 8 today against an Everton side who have little to play for besides pride after crashing out of the FA Cup at the semifinal stage earlier this month.
United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has selected a very strong side today, with the only change from the last outing against Aston Villa being Luis Nani replacing the under fire winger, Ashley Young. Danny Welbeck, rumored to have recently signed a new contract at the club starts alongside Wayne Rooney in attack.
Everton will be looking to finish the season strongly though, and manager David Moyes has put out a strong, if defensive looking side which moves John Heitinga or Phil Jagielka into a midfield five as they look to stifle the home side at every opportunity. On the bench there's room for hot young prospect Ross Barkley after a lengthy injury spell.
The game kicks off at 12:30pm local time, and 7:30am ET. The game is televised live on Sky Sports 1 in the UK, and on Fox Soccer Channel in the USA.