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Nic Ladds 30th Jan 2009 - 17:01

United to break records and Everton in the process

Edwin van der Saar is available at odds of 8/15 to get himself in the record books by not conceding for a further 72 minute and thereby breaking the English record.

United's Dutch stopper has all kinds of records in his sights and the English record for keeping a clean sheet is the only one that can go tomorrow with odds of 11/8 available about him not breaking the record (this is effectively 11/8 about Man Utd conceding against Everton) - and you can see all the van der Saar specials by following the football specials link at the foot of the page.

Whilst this is impressive, it would be best to focus on the matter at hand which is Everton's visit to Old Trafford where they find themselves 8/1 in the betting with Man Utd as short as 4/11 with a draw at odds of 7/2.

While Alex Ferguson's side have gone unbeaten in 11 games, Everton are not doing to badly themselves as they are unbeaten in nine.

The Toffees have drawn their last three matches 1-1 and while Man Utd are overwhelming favourites, a similar score line doesn't look unachievable at odds of 6/1.

This looks like it will be a low scoring affair with Everton 11/1 to nick a 1-0 win or if you fancy United to continue their miserly streak then 1-0 is 11/2 and 2-0 available at 9/2 in the betting. For a real tight game no goalscorer is big at 11/1.

Both Man Utd and Everton seem to have a habit of being level at half time which is 11/8 in the betting.

This could give us an indication of possible double result with draw half time/Man Utd full time at 10/3 or for Everton to be level at half time then go on to win is a whopping 18/1.

Dimitar Berbatov finally seems to be justifying his price tag and is 7/2 to continue his rich vein of scoring form and bag the first goal with Ronaldo favourite at 3/1 in the betting.

Nemanja Vidic has been scoring his fair share and while 16/1 to score first seems very short for a defender the 6/1 about the Serbian scoring anytime will appeal to many.

Tim Cahill has been Everton's hero recently in his attacking role and is 9/1 to net first although there is a slight injury worry about the Australian.

Should he not start scoring responsibilities will fall on Victor Anichebe who is 10/1 to score first but a bigger threat looks to be Mikel Arteta.

The Spaniard is deadly from set pieces and always gets plenty of shots off from range and it is more than possible he could be the man to break Man Utd's defences at 6/1 to score anytime or even 16/1 to stun The Red Devils and score first.

While Everton will put up a good fight it is hard to see them beating a rampant Man Utd. Fergie's side finally seem to have clicked and have readily disposed of all challenges put in front of them recently.

United have scored in every league game at home since the first game of last season and you wouldn't bet against them doing it again.

Set pieces will be The Toffee's best chance of breaking through and the feeling is it will be yet another United victory to nil.

Man Utd to win 1-0 - 11/2
Draw half time/Man Utd full time - 10/3

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