Marco Silva will send out an unchanged Everton side to take on Manchester United at Old Trafford this afternoon.
The Blues are pursuing a fourth straight Premier League victory against Jose Mourinho’s side, with boss Silva promising Everton will adhere to their attacking principles on their visit to the 20-times English champions.
Richarlison is set to operate at the tip of Everton’s exhilarating front four, the Brazilian flanked by countryman Bernard and Theo Walcott, with Gylfi Sigurdsson occupying his familiar spot behind the striker.
Andre Gomes continues in midfield following his assured debut in last week’s 2-0 success over Crystal Palace, the Portuguese again partnering Idrissa Gana Gueye in Everton’s engine room.
Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford plays his 48th consecutive Premier League match for the Blues. He lines up behind a back-four comprised of captain Seamus Coleman, Kurt Zouma, Michael Keane and Lucas Digne.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun, the match-winning pair against Palace, are named among Everton’s substitutes.
That striking duo are joined on the bench by goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg, Ademola Lookman, who teed up Calvert-Lewin for his goal seven days ago, defenders Leighton Baines and Yerry Mina and 20-year-old midfielder Tom Davies.