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United 1994-2005; 263 games, 5 goals
Everton 2005-; 166 games, 3 goals
United 2003-07; 45, 0 | Everton 2007-; 123, 0
United 1991-95; 123, 28 | Everton 95-96; 52, 20
United 2004-8; 86, 28 | Everton 2008-; 69, 31
Everton 2002-04; 67, 15 | United 2005-; 191, 92
We recall our top five players who've made big contributions to both of Saturday's teams...
Phil Neville - Everton's current captain faced brother Gary when making his league debut for the Toffees against the Reds. United won 2-0 at Goodison Park.
Tim Howard - The first American to win the FA Cup, with United in 2004, he initially joined Everton on loan in 2006/07 in the wake of Edwin van der Sar's arrival at OT.
Andrei Kanchelskis - The Ukrainian was an unpopular United departure in 1995. But his star waned after a dazzling debut term with Everton and he soon left for Fiorentina.
Louis Saha - Ended his first Everton term by scoring the fastest-ever FA Cup final goal after 25 seconds. Chelsea won the match but Saha's Toffees-star status was sealed.
Wayne Rooney - He was the Premier League's youngest-ever scorer when netting for Everton at 16. That feat has since been surpassed, while Rooney has won medals and acclaim with United.