Swansea v Everton
Swansea will be without winger Nathan Dyer as he serves the final game of a three-match suspension. The hosts are likely to welcome back Ashley Williams after the defender missed the 3-0 win over Fulham with a virus.
Everton could welcome back Darron Gibson (knee), but Seamus Coleman (thigh) and Jack Rodwell (hamstring) are both likely to be missing.
Swansea: WWWLLW. Fulham (a), won 3-0; Man City (h), won 1-0; Wigan (a), won 2-0; Stoke (a), lost 2-0; Norwich (h), lost 3-2; West Brom (a), won 2-1.
Everton: LDLWDW. Arsenal (h), lost 1-0; Sunderland (h), FA Cup, drew 1-1; Liverpool (a), lost 3-0; Tottenham (h), won 1-0; QPR (a), drew 1-1; Blackpool (h), FA Cup, won 2-0.
1. Everton have never lost against Swansea, winning 10 and drawing four of the 14 meetings between the two sides
2. Graeme Sharp, Everton's leading post-war goalscorer, notched his first Goodison goal against the Swans
3. We can record our first double of the season with a win on Saturday, having beaten Swansea 1-0 at Goodison in December
4. Everton's last game at Swansea was a 3-0 win in October 1982
5. Tony Hibbert could make his 300th appearance in all competitions for the Toffees at Liberty Stadium
Everton's Sylvain Distin: "They remind me a bit of Blackpool. They just stick to their game plan and no matter what happens they play the way they want to play. They play really good, attractive football and they're succeeding with it. There are no easy games, just different teams who play different ways."
Swansea's Brendan Rogers: "David (Moyes) has done a consistently good job there over a number of years, and his team is a hallmark of what he has put in place at that club. No matter what structure they play they are very hard to beat and difficult to break down."
December 21, 2011. Everton 1-0 Swansea. Leon Osman netted with a header from Royston Drenthe's corner on 59 minutes as the Toffees recorded victory over the Premier League newcomers. An enthralling contest saw the on-loan Drenthe shine as David Moyes' men gave Evertonians an early Christmas present.
May 1, 1982. Swansea 1-3 Everton. Graeme Sharp bagged a brace and Adrian Heath also registered as the Blues ran out comfortable winners at the Vetch Field. The contest saw former Everton players Dai Davies, Gary Stanley and Bob Latchford all line up for the hosts.
Players who have appeared for both clubs include goalscorer supreme Latchford, goalkeeper Davies, midfielder Stanley and full-back Terry Phelan.
Everton have sold their full allocation of tickets for the game.
Official Betting Partner 188BET have chosen their Top Betting Picks ahead of the game. They are:
Everton to win: 3.05
Everton to win the first half: 3.40 (12/5)
Over 2.5 goals in the match: 2.36
Everton to score first: 2.15
Everton to win 2-0: 12.00 (11/1)
Nikica Jelavic to score first: 8.00 (7/1)
Denis Stracqualursi to score first: 10.00 (9/1)
Victor Anichebe to score first: 9.00 (8/1)