Manchester United news: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will match a losing streak last achieved in 1996 if his side are beaten by Everton
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is facing his first real test as Manchester United manager with his side in the middle of a poor run of form.
The Red Devils have lost five of their last seven games in all competitions after a sensational start under their new manager.
They won 14 of his first 17 games in charge and suffered just one defeat in that time.
In their last league match at home, they scraped through 2-1 against West Ham United thanks to two Paul Pogba penalties.
They have also lost their last two Premier League away matches, suffering losses to Arsenal and Wolves 2-0 and 2-1 respectively.
United have not lost three away games in a row in the league since 1996. On that occasion they lost 2-0 to Liverpool, 3-1 to Leeds and 4-1 to Tottenham.
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United have a good record at Goodison Park, though, and have won two of the last three league meetings there.
Anthony Martial will be relishing playing against Everton as he has netted in the last three games between the side.
The last player to score four in a row against the same opposition was Wayne Rooney against Hull in November 2014.
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