Everton host 3rd placed Leicester City on Wednesday evening hoping to keep alive the hope of a late push for European qualification.
Leicester come into the game on the back of exiting the FA Cup in a 1-0 defeat to Chelsea on Sunday.
Prior the defeat to Chelsea, since the restart Leicester have drawn 0-0 away at Watford, and 1-1 at home to Brighton.
There have been 112 meetings between Everton and Leicester in all competitions since 1908 – 42 Everton wins, 33 draws, and 37 Leicester wins.
The last time we played Leicester at Goodison Park was the league cup quarter final in December. Leighton Baines‘ last gasp equaliser to make it 2-2 forced extra time, but Everton lost 4-2 on penalties.
Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed Yerry Mina is available, but Djibril Sidibé, Theo Walcott and Fabian Delph continue to be sidelined.
For Leicester, James Maddison is a doubt and Ricardo Pereira and Daniel Amartey remain out with serious injuries.
🗣 | @MrAncelotti says Yerry Mina is available for #EVELEI on Wednesday.Sidibe and Walcott also nearing returns. #EFC 🔵 pic.twitter.com/3b5zh6UijM— Everton (@Everton) June 30, 2020
🗣 | @MrAncelotti says Yerry Mina is available for #EVELEI on Wednesday.Sidibe and Walcott also nearing returns. #EFC 🔵 pic.twitter.com/3b5zh6UijM
David Coote will oversee affairs at Goodison Park on Wednesday evening.
Coote was the man in the middle for Everton’s 1-0 victory over Brighton in January, and Everton’s 3-1 victory over Crystal Palace in February,
Coote has refereed 12 Premier League games in 2019/20, issuing 40 yellow cards, 2 red cards and awarding 4 penalties.
Referee: David Coote. Assistants: Marc Perry, Nick Hopton. Fourth official: Matt Donohue. Replacement official: Robert Merchant. VAR: Craig Pawson. Assistant VAR: Simon Long.
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