David de Gea – Anders Lindegaard may get an appearance or two before the end of season but this is probably United’s ‘biggest’ remaining match meaning the Spanish number one will start.
Phil Jones – With Rafael still injured, Jones is set to continue at centre-back.
Nemanja Vidic – With Jonny Evans still not at full fitness and Rio Ferdinand not very good, Vidic will inevitably start at centre-back on Sunday.
Patrice Evra – Evra is still United’s number one left-back for the time being.
Antonio Valencia – Some decent form of late from the Ecuadorian should ensure his place in the side on Sunday.
Michael Carrick – Overall, Carrick has been disappointing this season and he will be required to step-up at Goodison to compete with a strong Everton midfield.
Darren Fletcher – David Moyes is unlikely to let Marouane Fellaini be the subject of abuse from his old fans, meaning Fletcher may partner Carrick on Sunday.
Danny Welbeck – It will probably be either Welbeck or Kagawa on the left on Sunday, with Welbeck the more likely because of his pace and power.
Juan Mata – Mata is set to continue in the number ten role in the Premier League.
Wayne Rooney -After recovering from an injury, Rooney is set to start at his old ground on Sunday.
David Moyes will be keen to avoid defeat against his old club and therefore hard-workers such as Valencia, Welbeck and Rooney will likely be included. Ashley Young, Shinji Kagawa and Ryan Giggs will also be pushing for places however.