Everton are aiming for back-to-back Premier League wins for the first time this season when Norwich visit Goodison Park on Saturday.
Norwich come into the clash rock bottom of the league, accumulating just seven points so far from 12 games.
The Canaries are four points from safety, they have lost six of their seven games since they beat Manchester City 3-2 at Carrow Road.
The fixture against City was also the last time Teemu Pukki scored after a blistering start to life in the top division, he netted six times in his first five games this campaign.
Everton start the weekend in 15th place, three points separate the Blues from Sheffield United in fifth.
Norwich ran out 2-0 winners on their last trip to Goodison in 2016 thanks to goals from Steven Naismith and Josh Murphy.
One to watch
Despite being on a seven game goal drought Pukki is still Daniel Farke’s main man.
Everton have conceded 18 goals so far this season so the Finland international will have a decent chance of getting a much needed goal.
The hosts will be without Jean-Philippe Gbamin and Andre Gomes, whereas Fabian Delph and Bernard are serious doubts.
Josip Drmic, Grant Hanley and Timm Klose will be missing for the visitors. Christoph Zimmermann and Jamal Lewis will be assessed.
Man in the middle
Anthony Taylor will take the whistle for this one. In 17 games this season he has dished out a whopping 86 yellow cards and three reds.