Frank Lampard is sticking with the captain Seamus Coleman at right back, but the change is out on the wing where Anthony Gordon has been lacklustre recently and has been replaced by Dwight McNeil.
The calendar has turned to November and there’s just two more league games on Everton’s schedule before the World Cup winter break. Today is the Toffees’ last home game before that, with Leicester City the visitors.
Everton held on for a goalless draw away at Fulham last weekend in a bit of a letdown performance following a resplendent win at home against Crystal Palace the weekend before that. It’ll be interesting to see if Frank Lampard sticks with the same starting XI and looking to get a more attacking showing to resemble that game.
The Foxes have recovered after an utterly awful start to the season, and will be looking to pick up more points as they try to keep climbing away from the bottom.
Competition: Premier League Matchday 14
Date and start time: Saturday, November 5th at 10:30 a.m. PT / 1:30 p.m ET / 5:30 p.m. BST
Weather: 51°F/11°C, clear, 2% chance of precipitation, 8 mph winds
How to Watch/Listen
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Radio: evertontv, BBC Radio 5 Live
Gamethread: There will be no live blog for this game.
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The Blues have had some decent results against the Foxes in recent years, with their last loss coming back in 2019 when Marco Silva was still in charge. Everton drew 1-1 at home against Leicester in a topsy-turvy game in a rescheduled fixture in April, with Richarlison getting the late equalizer after spurning a handful of chances before that in an open, attacking game.