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Marcus Rashford vs. Manchester United: Everton’s £16 million “diamond” might hold the answer to stopping him.

To the excitement of its supporters, Everton are back in Premier League action today, and they will give Manchester United a rough and turbulent welcome.

Though their expected response would be explosive, it isn’t directed at them as a team; rather, it’s about the recent events involving the Toffees.

 

There will be a large-scale demonstration during the match where the home support will air their complaints about the ten-point deduction they received last week.

It’s going to be one of the season’s most memorable atmospheres, complete with flags, banners, a plane, and more.

The athletes’ ability to live up to the boisterous reception they are anticipated to get is their only hope.

 

However, today is not a day for either of those two ageing aces.

Although the former could have been trusted if he had been fully fit, Patterson’s membership in the U21s makes him the superior pick due to his younger physicality than the 38-year-old.

Not to mention, according to Sofascore, the defender, who was previously called a “diamond” by analyst Danny Murphy, averaged 2.6 tackles and 1.9 clearances per game during the previous league season.

 

These numbers are likely even more amazing given his positional issues and inexperience, which he will have to eliminate from his game after working with Dyche for several months.

Since Rashford is taller and faster than the former Burnley player, Patterson, who is also quick, is the only viable substitute.

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