Everton v Stoke City
Roberto Martinez confirmed on Thursday that Leighton Baines is Everton's only fresh injury problem ahead of the game against Stoke.
Baines' fractured toe means he will join Darron Gibson and Arouna Kone on the sidelines for up to six weeks.
But despite a sickness bug affecting training this week, Martinez expects everyone bar the aforementioned trio to be available.
That could mean an inclusion for Antolin Alcaraz, who stepped up his return with a 45 minute run-out in a friendly earlier this week.
Meanwhile, Stoke boss Mark Hughes has been forced to rule out defender Robert Huth and forward Marko Arnautovic with knee and hamstring injuries respectively.
The Potters' double blow may be softened however with the news that midfielder Stephen Ireland is fit again following a shin complaint.
Last week’s enthralling Merseyside derby saw the Blues draw their third game in succession, taking their latest stretch without loss to five games.
It keeps Martinez's men among the leading pack at the top of the Premier League, level on points with Manchester United and just three adrift of second-place Liverpool.
Stoke, meanwhile, are unbeaten in their last four outings but still find themselves in 14th, just three points above the drop zone.
Everton 1-0 Stoke City, 30 March 2013.
Kevin Mirallas lit up Everton’s last meeting with Stoke City by scoring what was later voted the Club’s goal of the season for 2012/13.
The Belgium international netted the only goal of the game at Goodison back in March – a superb run-and-finish in the 28th minute.
Mirallas collected the ball in his own half, dribbled past several Stoke defenders and produced a calm finish past Asmir Begovic in front of a delighted Park End.
The Fan Zone in the Park End car park will be open as usual from 1pm, with your chance to get autographs from the squad in the Players' Parade from 12.30pm.
There'll be plenty of music, guests and giveaways in the Fan Zone in the build-up to kick-off, so head down early and get involved.
The evertontv cameras will be in and around the ground to speak to supporters and beam your views onto the big screens - and you can use #EFCSCFC to get your social media comments and images on too.
There's still time to secure your seat for Saturday's game (3pm kick-off) with tickets available from £32 for adults, £21 for concessions and £16 for juniors. Click here to buy tickets online or here to purchase hospitality in one of the Club's lounges.