Bruno Fernandes admits Everton concern ahead of Manchester United fixture

United return to action following the international break against the Toffees on Sunday and need to get off to a strong start after a terrible start to the season. United sit in sixth place after scraping a 1-0 win over Luton last time out but are in desperate need of a win when they take on Galatasaray on Wednesday in the Champions League.

A win over Everton would be a good confidence booster ahead of travelling to Turkey but it&aposs set to be a volatile atmosphere on Merseyside. Everton supporters are preparing to protest the 10-point deduction their team has suffered during the match.

Everton became the third team in Premier League history to be docked points on Friday after being found guilty of breaching profitability and sustainability rules by an independent commission. Sean Dyche&aposs side were placed 14th but have now dropped down to 19th.

Fernandes believes it will make Sunday&aposs opponents an even harder proposition as they fight to get out of the relegation zone. We have to focus game by game, now we have an away game against Everton and its really difficult to play there, Fernandes told FourFourTwo.

They just lost 10 points, so we know that they need points, they are going to fight for their points, so we just have to find the focus to go to Everton and win the game, because we know that in the Premier League, these kinds of games are always tough.