ODDSTRACKER: Saturday’s game between Man United and Everton seemed all but over on more than one occasion yet somehow ended in a 3-3 draw, and we’ve looked back to see how the odds changed throughout.

Tracking the odds as Everton leave it late at Old Trafford

Having lost 20 and only won one of their last 27 matches at Old Trafford, many expected history to repeat itself when the Toffees visited the Red Devils on Saturday in the Premier League.

And the odds compilers agreed with Manchester United just 1.62 for victory with BETDAQ, with Everton 5.0 and the draw a 4.0 chance.

It appeared the misery would continue too for Carlo Ancelotti’s side, with first-half goals from Edinson Cavani and Bruno Fernandes leaving United with what looked a unassailable 2-0 lead.

As the half-time whistle blew, United were just 1.04, with Everton a sizeable 81.0 and an unlikely draw now 19.0.

An early Abdoulaye Doucoure strike four minutes after the restart got the Toffees back in the picture and when James Rodriguez fired home three minutes later, the unlikely comeback was seemingly complete.

United were now 2.1, Everton 6.0 and the draw 2.45 – showing how much of a knife-edge the game was now on.

Not to be denied, United responded in style as Scott McTominay powered home in the 70th minute to restore his side’s slender lead.

The goal saw United once again shorten into strong favourites at 1.13, with Everton now 51.0 and the draw 7.5.

That goal seemed to stem Everton’s momentum as United looked more in control and as injury time loomed, they were just 1.03 to take home the three points.

With an Everton victory now out of the question (251.0), a draw was all they could have hoped for, but they were struggling to create any clear-cut chances with the home defence looking obdurate.

As the fifth minute of stoppage-time begun, a home win was now just 1.2 with the draw out again at 26.0, but that wasn’t the final story.

A Lucas Digne free-kick was swung in and after some questionable defending, Dominic Calvert-Lewin stuck out a leg to divert the ball past David De Gea and in doing so, grabbed Everton the most unlikely of points.

Anyone heard of Fergie time? Everton certainly have.