Van Persie has not featured since his groin injury during the Red Devils’ 1-0 defeat of Premier League leaders Arsenal on November 10.
“Robin is okay,” Moyes said at a pre-match press conference. “He has a chance of playing.”Moyes then commented on his team’s 12-game unbeaten run in all competitions.”The job is to keep it going, keep winning and keep on a good run of form,” added the former Toffees boss.”We’ve done that but as I’ve repeated myself many times we let in a late goal at Cardiff which turned what would have been a really good week into one that wasn’t quite as good as we would have liked.
According to United manager David Moyes, Manchester United striker Robin van Persie may likely make his comeback against Everton at Old Trafford tonight,
“But we still drew two games and won one last week. We’d like that to be a better ratio but nevertheless it’s not a bad one either.”
The English champions trail the Gunners by nine points, while they are two points behind fifth-placed Everton after 13 rounds of fixtures.