Richarlison and Andre Gomes both return to Everton's team at Newcastle United, as boss Marco Silva makes three changes from the side which started last week's Merseyside derby. Seamus Coleman, originally included in the Blues' line-up, misses out through illness, with Jonjoe Kenny stepping in at right-back.
Portugal international Gomes lines up in midfield next to Idrissa Gana Gueye, while Richarlison, starting his 25th Premier League match this term, is poised to play wide on the left.
Bernard will play down the opposite flank – the two Brazilians capable of operating on either side of the field – and Gylfi Sigurdsson will captain Everton from a role through the middle, directly behind striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Jordan Pickford makes it 68 consecutive Everton Premier League appearances in goal.
France international Lucas Digne retains his spot at left-back, with 21-year-old Kenny a battlefield promotion on the right.
Michael Keane and Kurt Zouma continue their partnership in the middle of defence after the two centre-halves had key roles in Everton keeping a clean sheet in Sunday's derby draw.
Manager Silva has attacking options on the bench in the shape of Cenk Tosun, Ademola Lookman and Theo Walcott.
Tom Davies, Yerry Mina, Morgan Schneiderlin and goalkeeper Maarten Stelelenbug complete Everton's complement of substitutes.