Three Everton Changes For Tottenham Clash

Marco Silva makes three enforced changes for Everton's final game of 2018-19 at Tottenham Hotspur.

Cenk Tosun, Theo Walcott and Yerry Mina all start in the capital, with right-back Seamus Coleman joining attacking duo Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin in missing out injured.

Striker Tosun last started on February 9 at Watford, while Walcott – a scorer from the bench in last month's victory over Manchester United – plays from kick-off for the first time since March's Goodison Park Merseyside derby.

Centre-back Mina has recovered from a hamstring injury for his first football since the 2-0 success over Chelsea two months ago.

He is likely to be part of a back three also featuring Michael Keane and Kurt Zouma.

Jordan Pickford completes his second successive ever-present Premier League campaign in goal – and is aiming for a ninth clean sheet in 11 matches.

Walcott seems poised for a role down the right, immaculate Frenchman Lucas Digne occupying the left-sided role.

Morgan Schneiderlin and Idrissa Gana Gueye are deployed as Everton's midfield two for the fourth game on the spin.

Tosun, on his 10th Premier League start this term, leads the line, with support from Bernard and captain Gylfi Sigurdsson.

Andre Gomes is available again following his three-match ban and the midfielder is named on the bench with Ademola Lookman and Tom Davies.

Manager Silva also includes Phil Jagielka, Leighton Baines, Jonjoe Kenny and goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg among his substitutes.