Everton sit in the bottom 3 heading into this one and three points is a must.
David Unsworth had a tough second debut to first team management on Wednesday as the toffees were knocked out of the Carabao cup. But, during that performance there was some clear signs of improvement in some key areas, including Attitude, tempo and determination to win the ball back.
Everton’s stand in boss won’t be affraid of playing 11 players he feels will win us a game, regardless of pricetags and names. James McCarthy is believed to be missing with a hamstring injury and either Muhamed Besic or Davy Klassen will replace him on the bench. Dominic Calvert-Lewin could be in for a start if Wayne Rooney is not preferred as the lone striker.
Leicester city are in a managerial situation if their own. After not hanging around when it comes to dismissing managers, they wheeled the axe once again and Craig Shakespeare was the man to suffer. Currently also managed by a temporary manager, Leicester will now be looking to create a path up the table similar to that of Everton.
Jamie Vardy has found a little bit of form since Leicester dull season last time out. Ryhad Mahrez hasn’t performed all that well but has started to regain his link with Vardy and co. Off the bench Okazaki provides a clear threat with strength and pace, possibly one of the most underated players in the league.
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