Team news ahead of Sunday lunchtime's Premier League clash between Manchester United and Everton at Old Trafford (kick-off 12.30pm).
Manchester United midfielders Paul Pogba (ankle) and Anderson (hamstring) are missing for the remainder of the season but were not expected to be involved against Everton anyway.
Michael Owen (thigh) could be available for next week's derby duel with Manchester City, when victory will seal a 20th title if United overcome the Merseysiders this weekend.
Royston Drenthe will once again be missing for Everton.
Drenthe was left out of the Toffees' 18-man party for last Saturday's FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool after being "the subject of a disciplinary matter" and manager David Moyes has confirmed the on-loan Real Madrid winger will not be involved in this weekend's Premier League clash at Old Trafford.
Defender Leighton Baines and midfielder Jack Rodwell are ruled out due to hamstring injuries, but wideman Steven Pienaar is back having been cup-tied for the Liverpool match.
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