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EPL: Everton Manager Speaks On Stopping Ronaldo And Man United Tomorrow

Everton manager, Rafael Benitez has held his pre-match press conference ahead of their clash against Manchester United tomorrow where he talked about his plans for the game and also to nullify Cristiano Ronaldo's threat.

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Everton has had a brilliant start to the Premier League season after winning four games out of their six opening games this season. They lost one and drawn one.

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Manchester United, on the other hand, had an equal run of results like Everton. They won four games also, losing one, and drawing one. Their best player so far, Ronaldo who's on five goals in all competitions will be aiming to pull off more of the trigger tomorrow.

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Manager Solskjaer has confirmed that there is no fresh injury concern from his team as Harry Maguire and Amad Diallo are the players still on the sidelines.

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Rafael Benítez also confirmed that Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison, Séamus Coleman, and André Gomes will all miss tomorrow's game at Old Trafford

So, Benitez on the Manchester United match tomorrow said "Obviously when you win against a good team it's always massive, now it's just to concentrate. It will be a good game, a difficult game. They have so many good players and anyone can make the difference."

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On how he plans to nullify Cristiano Ronaldo's threat, he said he thinks Cristiano is a great professional and they have to keep an eye on him and also keep an eye on the rest of the team. But Everton has to concentrate from the first minute until the last minute.

On plans to stop Manchester United, Benitez was quoted as saying "It will be good to see Ronaldo but away from our goal and If you name any of the other players, I'm sure they can score goals and make a difference on their own. You can't just focus on one player, even someone as good as Cristiano. We have a game plan to try and stop them and score goals."

Nevertheless, everyone expects another entertaining match at Old Trafford tomorrow.

Source: Everton News via Twitter

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