Everton have a clean bill of health for the trip to West Brom.
The news means that Tony Hibbert has recovered from the neck injury which has ruled him out of the last two games, while Phil Neville is okay after he was withdrawn in midweek with a tight hamstring.
David Moyes rested six players for Wednesday's win over Leyton Orient and they are set to come back into the reckoning for the game at the Hawthorns.
Assistant manager Steve Round was facing the media on Friday, while Moyes attended a work permit hearing for Bryan Oviedo.
Round said: "Phil Neville is fine, he was a little bit sore yesterday. It was a little bit of a concern because he’s had a tight hamstring previously but it looks like he’s okay.
"Everybody is fit, Tony Hibbert is alright."
Should a move for Oviedo be completed he would be unable to play at West Brom.