FULHAM V EVERTON
SUNDAY 22 NOVEMBER
Richarlison is available to make his first Everton appearance since October’s 2-2 draw with Liverpool.
Richarlison was substituted 20 minutes from time in Brazil’s 2-0 win over Uruguay on Tuesday following a heavy challenge by Edinson Cavani, but manager Carlo Ancelotti says the forward does not face an injury layoff. The 23-year-old has missed the Blues’ past three Premier League games through suspension.
Seamus Coleman is out of Sunday's game, however, having sustained an injury in training with the Republic of Ireland. Ancelotti says all of Everton’s other players who were on international duty - including Allan and James Rodriguez - have returned to the Club unscathed.
The Everton manager added midfielder Jean-Philippe Gbamin is “in the last part of his recovery” from an Achilles injury and “will be ready in two or three weeks to train and play”.
Fulham midfielder Mario Lemina (Achilles) faces a late fitness test ahead of Sunday’s lunchtime kick-off. Striker Aboubakar Kamara is suspended.
HOW CAN I WATCH THE GAME?
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2020/21 STATISTICS (PREMIER LEAGUE)
Dominic Calvert-Lewin: 8 (=1st in Premier League)
James Rodriguez: 3
Michael Keane: 717
Allan: 32 (1st in Premier League)
Bobby Decordova-Reid/Aleksandar Mitrovic: 2
Aleksandar Mitrovic: 2
Tom Cairney: 636
André-Frank Zambo Anguissa: 18
KEY FACTS AND MILESTONES
A goal for Dominic Calvert-Lewin would be his 33rd in the top-flight for Everton. He would move to joint-sixth on the Blues’ Premier League all-time goalscoring list, level with David Unsworth.
Everton have won their past two matches in London – against Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace – and are aiming to secure a third successive victory in the capital for the first time since April 1987.
Yerry Mina requires one more appearance to reach 50 in the Premier League for Everton. He would become the 100th player to reach that milestone for the Club.
ONE TO WATCH: André-Frank Zambo Anguissa
A skilful and powerful presence in the heart of the Fulham midfield, Anguissa has been one of the south west London outfit’s key performers so far this term.
The 25-year-old provides important protection for the Fulham backline and has made more tackles (18) and interceptions (13) than any other player in manager Scott Parker’s squad.
He is also a capable of carrying the ball forward at speed to help the Cottagers quickly transform defence into attack.
Anguissa, who joined Fulham from Marseille in 2018, has won 25 senior caps for Cameroon.
REFEREE: Andy Madley
VAR: Lee Mason