Cristiano Ronaldo is fit to play Everton after recuperating from the sickness that forced him to miss the 1-1 draw with Leicester last weekend.
Ronaldo has been training all week and will rejoin the team as United attempts to improve their chances of finishing fourth.
Luke Shaw will be missing as metal bolts are removed from the shattered leg he suffered in 2015.
Scott McTominay is out with a foot injury, Raphael Varane is also out, and Edinson Cavani is still out.
“Cristiano is back,” United interim manager Ralf Rangnick remarked.
“Luke is still hurt. We had to take him off at halftime because he was having problems with his leg, which had surgery in 2015.
“The doctor informed me that they have decided to remove the metal item in his leg; there are two bolts that need to be removed, and this will happen tomorrow, which means he will be out for the next two or three weeks.”
“Cavani is still hurt.” Rapha Varane is still injured and will miss the game tomorrow, as will Scott McTominay, I’m afraid.
“He’s got a problem with the bottom of his foot.” As a result, the four players will be absent.”
Man United’s expected starting lineup is as follows: De Gea; Dalot, Maguire, Varane, Telles; McTominay, Fred; Fernandes, Elanga, Sancho; Ronaldo.