Ferguson 7-2 to keep Everton manager role

Duncan Ferguson continues to impress in his role as Everton's caretaker manager and the passionate Scot is a 7-2 shot to get the job on a permanent basis following a 1-1 draw at Manchester United.

A Victor Lindelof own goal put Everton in front but they were unable to match last week's success over Chelsea as Mason Greenwood equalised for the Old Trafford hosts.

Big Dunc had a controversial moment when he hooked off substitute Moise Kean just 18 minutes after bringing on the Italian youngster. He claimed afterwards it was to waste time but Kean was clearly not impressed.

United are out to 7-2 for a top-four finish, while Tottenham are into evens after Jan Vertonghen's injury-time goal saw them beat Wolves 2-1 at Molineux. Adama Traore had earlier cancelled out Lucas Moura's opener.

Manchester City thumped Arsenal 3-0 at the Emirates. 

City raced into a two-goal lead thanks to goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling before the brilliant Belgian added a third. 



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