Everton will be looking to head into the international break on the right note as they aim to get the three points against Crystal Palace.
The Blues travel south to take on Roy Hodgson’s side at Selhurst Park on 11 November and Sean Dyche may opt to make some changes.
They got a respectable point against Brighton but some quarters believe that it was two points dropped at home.
Ashley Young’s own goal and his general struggles to deal with pacey wingers and good dribblers are a cause of concern for Dyche.
He was even labelled “Stupid” by Alan Shearer on The Rest is Football podcast and perhaps a few games away from the limelight will be beneficial for him.
Seamus Coleman featured for the under-21s on Tuesday, but may not be ready yet to start a Premier League game.
Amadou Onana has been given a 50 per cent chance of being fit and he’s expected to come into the lineup at the expense of Idrissa Gueye.
James Garner has been good in recent games and dropping him will not make too much sense so Gueye needs to be the one moving to the bench.
Apart from that, the rest of the team virtually picks itself and Dyche will be delighted to have a core group of players to start every game that they’re fit for.