Stoke City entertain Everton in the final Premier League game of the midweek round.
Stoke earned a 1-1 point with Manchester United last time out, having opened the scoring thanks to a Juan Mata own goal.
Wayne Rooney levelled late on for the visitors, to become United’s all time record goalscorer.
Everton are in good form having won four from their last five league games, including a 1-0 success away at Crystal Palace.
A last minute Seamus Coleman goal secured Everton all three points as they moved closer to the top six.
Premier League form: Stoke City W2 D1 L2; Everton W4 D1 L0
Premier League top scorers
Stoke City – Joe Allen 5 goals
Everton – Romelu Lukaku 12 goals
An unfortunate Shay Given own goal earned Everton all three points in the meeting between the two earlier in the season.
Everton eased to a 3-0 success at the Britannia last season, with Romelu Lukaku among the scorers.
Last five Premier League meetings
Everton 1 Stoke City 0 – 27/08/16
Stoke City 0 Everton 3 – 06/02/16
Everton 3 Stoke City 4 – 28/12/15
Stoke City 2 Everton 0 – 04/03/15
Everton 0 Stoke City 1 – 26/12/14
Mame Biram Diouf and Wilfried Bony have returned from Africa Cup of Nations duty but neither are expected to be involved here.
Sadio Berahino is likely to be on the bench here having joined from West Brom.
New signing Morgan Schneiderlin is set to be among the substitutes again following the good form of Tom Davies and Ross Barkley.
Everton are set to keep with 3-5-2, with Phil Jagielka out of favour again likely to be on the bench.
Expected starting XI’s
Stoke City (4-2-3-1): Grant; Johnson, Martins Indi, Shawcross, Pieters; Adam, Whelan; Shaqiri, Allen, Arnautovic; Crouch
Everton (3-5-2): Robles; Holgate, Williams, Funes Mori; Coleman, Davies, Barry, Barkley, Baines; Lukaku, Mirallas
Result: Stoke City (19/10 with William Hill)
Correct Score: 1-0 (17/2 with Bet Victor)
Anytime Goalscorer: Joe Allen (5/1 with Coral)