Dominic Calvert-Lewin returns to Everton’s starting line-up for today’s friendly clash with Sevilla following his match-winning impact from the bench against Ruzomberok.
There are just two changes to the side that lined-up in Thursday’s Europa League victory in Slovakia – with Mason Holgate selected at right-back.
Idrissa Gana Gueye and Ashley Williams are the men to drop out, with Tom Davies – who starred at wing-back during the week – restored to his more familiar midfield role for the Spaniards’ visit to Goodison Park.
Jordan Pickford retains his place in the Blues’ goal and will play behind a back four consisting of Holgate, captain Phil Jagielka, Michael Keane and Leighton Baines.
Davies is partnered by Morgan Schneiderlin in midfield. Manager Ronald Koeman looks poised to deploy Calvert-Lewin and Wayne Rooney on the flanks – with Davy Klaassen assuming his customary role in behind the team’s lone striker, on this occasion, Sandro Ramirez, seeking to continue his impressive scoring record against the Andalusians.