Everton v Norwich
Everton will definitely be without Marouane Fellaini as the Belgian serves a one-match ban for accruing five yellow cards.
Skipper Phil Neville is out after undergoing knee surgery and Tony Hibbert (calf) and Kevin Mirallas (hamstring) also missed the last game but Darron Gibson made his return from thigh problem for the Under-21s on Sunday.
Norwich have a relatively unblemished bill of health with only defender Russell Martin and youngster Harry Kane likely absentees.
Last outing: 1-0, Manchester United (h), Saturday 17 November
Last five: DWWDW
Norwich are in splendid form at the moment having beaten Manchester United last time out. Their six-match unbeaten run also saw them inflict defeat on Arsenal as they rose to 13th place.
Chris Hughton’s men have only conceded two goals in the last six games, a pleasing stat for ex-Everton man John Ruddy who has been in sold form between the sticks.
Last outing: 1-2, Reading (a), Saturday 17 November
Last five: DDDWL
Everton's defeat against Reading on Saturday was only their second in the league this season. The Toffees do remain unbeaten at home however and have won eight of their last 10 games at Goodison in all competitions.
1) Saturday’s game will be the 200th Premier League match at Goodison for David Moyes as Everton manager. The Scot has won a total of
104 so far, suffering just 46 defeats.
2) Leighton Baines is in line to make his 300th career league start. Of those, 159 will have been with the Toffees.
3) Last time out at Reading was the first time Everton have ever fielded a starting XI of full internationals. There were nine different nationalities involved, with only England represented more than once. The first time we fielded 10 internationals in a starting line-up was as long ago as August 1985, on the opening day at Leicester City. On that afternoon, Derek Mountfield was the only player without a cap.
Norwich 2-2 Everton, 7 April 2012.
Last time the two sides met Nikica Jelavic was in the midst of a sensational scoring run and twice put the Blues ahead, only for first Jonny Howson and then Grant Holt to bring Norwich back into it.
Everton 3-0 Norwich, 27 April 1985.
The rampant Everton heroes of the 1980s continued to conquer all before them with a 3-0 win over the hapless Canaries.
A rare Paul Bracewell strike got things going before Derek Mountfield and Trevor Steven completed the comfortable win.
The Toffees were in the midst of a tremendous run which saw them secure the title by taking 50 from a possible 54 points between December and May.
On 24 November 2007, Everton recorded their joint best Premier League win with a comprehensive 7-1 demolition of Sunderland at Goodison Park.
Roy Keane’s men were put to the sword thanks to two goals apiece for Tim Cahill and Yakubu. Steven Pienaar and Andy Johnson also weighed in, while Leon Osman’s terrific jinking effort for the seventh goal was the best of the lot.
Players who have appeared for both sides include Dave Watson, Ross Jack, Tony Cottee, Joe Royle, Neil Adams, Matt Jackson and current Canaries custodian John Ruddy.
Mike Walker had two spells as manager at Carrow Road, either side of an ill-fated period as Goodison chief.
Current Blues goalkeeping coach Chris Woods also played for Norwich.
Referee: Mr M Jones.
Assistant Referee: Mr M Mullarkey.
Assistant Referee: Mr R Ganfield.
Fourth Official: Mr D Drysdale.
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