Ronald Koeman has no fresh injury concerns and welcomes back Ashley Williams who is available after his one-match suspension.
The Everton manager, speaking on Thursday, revealed how he was pleased Muhamed Besic was able to get through 45 minutes for the Under-23s on Tuesday, although the Bosnian is not yet ready for first-team consideration.
Yannick Bolasie (knee), James McCarthy (hamstring) and Seamus Coleman (broken leg) all remain sidelined.
Burnley are expected to travel to Merseyside with Belgian midfielder Steven Defour back in their squad after he missed the goalless draw at the Riverside Stadium last Saturday.
Icelandic international Johann Berg Gudmundsson, a signing from Charlton Athletic last summer, hasn’t played in the league in over a month and although he got a run-out for Burnley’s development squad in midweek, he isn’t expected to have recovered from his knee injury in time.
Everton are searching for an eighth successive home Premier League victory on Saturday which would set a new Club record in the modern top-flight era.
The Blues have already scored more goals in 2017 in the top-flight (26 in seven matches) than they did in the whole of the last calendar year.
Twelfth-placed Burnley have won 10 league matches at Turf Moor this season but none away from home.
Sean Dyche’s team head to Goodison on the back of a stalemate at relegation-threatened Middlesbrough a week ago.
Burnley 1-3 Everton - October 2014
Samuel Eto’o scored four goals during this short spell with Everton - and two of them were netted in the Blues’ trip to Turf Moor a couple of seasons ago.
The striker headed the game’s opener after just four minutes but that was soon cancelled out by Danny Ing’s leveller.
Romelu Lukaku restored Everton’s lead before former Barcelona and Inter Milan forward Eto’o sealed the win with a fine right-footed curler late on.
When Everton travelled to East Lancashire earlier this season, Yannick Bolasie netted his first goal for the Club but the Clarets took all the points through strikes from Sam Vokes and Scott Arfield.
BURNLEY KEY MAN
The centre-back has played in every league match for Burnley this season and the standard of his performances earned him England recognition last month. He made his first two appearances for the Three Lions against Germany and Lithuania.
Keane signed for the Clarets from Manchester United in September 2014 having previously taken in loan spells at Blackburn Rovers, Derby County and Leicester City.
On Thursday it was announced that the defender was on the shortlist for the PFA Young Player of the Year prize, alongside Blues striker Lukaku.
Speaking about Keane’s form, Burnley chief Dyche said this week: “He has developed well over the past two-and-a-half seasons and I'm pleased, because part of my sales pitch to get him here was that he is in a group that will develop and he will be a big part of that.
“Well done to him. He's performed very well this season, and last season, and he's gradually been growing and improving all the time.”
MAN IN THE MIDDLE
The 42-year-old official will be taking charge of his second match at Goodison Park this season - he also oversaw Everton’s 2-1 victory over Arsenal in December.
In 28 matches this season - domestically, internationally and in European club competitions - he has flashed 28 yellow cards and four reds.
Clattenburg refereed the 2015/16 Champions League final between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, and also the final of Euro 2016 when Portugal overcame hosts France last July.
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