Everton take on West Ham United at the London Stadium, looking to ease woes relegation in the Premier League.
Everton head to West Ham United today in the Premier League in the hopes of clawing their way out of the relegation zone.
The Toffees were knocked out of the FA Cup in the quarter-finals by Crystal Palace, 4-0, just before the international break.
However, with a 1-0 win over Newcastle United, Frank Lampard’s side moved four points clear of the relegation zone.
Everton had a boost on Saturday as Watford (18th) and Burnley (19th) were defeated by Liverpool and Manchester City, respectively.
It would be a huge bonus if the Blues could get anything from their trip to West Ham, who are now in seventh place.
Lampard will be without the suspended Allan at the London Stadium, while Fabian Delph (thigh) and Yerry Mina (quad) are still sidelined.
But Everton have had the international break with the majority of the squad to get players up to speed.
GK – Jordan Pickford
Had a fine game for England against Switzerland during the international break.
RB – Seamus Coleman
There is growing clamour for Nathan Patterson to finally be given a chance after impressing for Scotland in two games. But Lampard has so far been adamant that Coleman’s experience is key.
CB – Ben Godfrey
Part of a poor defensive display at Palace but most would agree he’s Everton’s best fit central defender.
CB – Mason Holgate
Played in every game bar one of Lampard’s reign as boss.